Man About Town #07 F/W 2010.11 : Pharrell Williams by Alasdair McLellan

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  1. Pedro

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    Source : colette.fr
     

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    I like it. A great photo of Pharrell, and an unconvential, but really nice layout.
     
  3. Urban Stylin

    Urban Stylin ɐʎ ʎǝɥ

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    i like it, very clean
     
  4. TeeVanity

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    I said the same thing very clean, I like it too!
     
  5. Thefrenchy

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    I love him but that outfit is meh. Can't wait to get this issue, I love this magazine.
     
  6. Pedro

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    ^ Terrible styling indeed, don't like the cover
     
  7. mikel

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    I love it. Great layout!
     
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    don't like the cover.
     
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    love this...I like the thick border that makes it feel very clean
    and it has nothing whatsover to do with my undying love for this man :blush: :P
     
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    Very simple. I like it. I love how Man About Town always makes their subjects look refined.
     
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    I really like it. Love the 90s vibe of it!
     
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    They've had better covers.
     
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    It's a nice simple cover. The content in always good though...so I hope they have something nice up their sleeves.
     
  14. crosidan

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    From colette.fr:

    Life's a Beach - The Winter Sun Issue
    Babes, bikes, battleships, booze, burgers, boards, and beastly behaviour

    Contents :

    - Hervé Le Tellier
    - Swinging Sixties
    - My Oh Maier !
    - Doggy Style - Richard Buckley
    - Plastic Fantastic
    - Sexy Seydoux - Mario Sorrenti
    - Modern Suburbia - Kacper Kasprzyk
    - Lost Highway - Nicolas Bourriaud
    - Night Surfing - Damian Kelleher

    248 pages
     
  15. Pedro

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    I welcome the return of Mr. Richard Buckley to fashion magazines, which can be noticed also at Pop magazine masthead (as "copy editor & le dogg", whatever that means...).
     
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    Man About Town F/W 2010.11
    Ph: Paolo Roversi
    Styled by Jacob K
    Models: Clement Chabernaud and Valerija Kelava,

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    models.com
     
  17. crosidan

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    The editorial in #16 is not so distant in mood or story to the most recent Prada ad campaign although I think this editorial captured something that ad campaign failed to.
     
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    ^I totally agree. The Prada campaign looks forced by comparison. This looks authentic.
     
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    "Modern Suburbia"
    Ph: Kacper Kasprzyk
    Styl: Jay Massacret
    M: Zach King

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    THEFASHIONISTO.COM
     
  20. ad041715

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    ^ How beautiful is that editorial? I'm also in love with Roversi's ed. I might just pick this issue up. ^_^
     

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