The Fast and the Furious Gets an Inevitable Clothing Line Vanity Fair

The Fast and the Furious Gets an Inevitable Clothing Line Vanity Fair

by Adriano B.

Sebastian Sauve shot by Sven Bänziger and outfitted by Isa Petereit with pieces from Jil Sander, Burberry Prorsum, Lanvin and many more, for the Men’s Health Best Fashion Germany’s latest coverstory.

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The jury of the LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers that includes eight artistic directors from Houses of the LVMH group, have named Masayuki Ino for Doublet as the recipient of the 2018 LVMH Prize.

— News

Madior Fall, Mattia Giordano, Stefano Fucina, Gabriel Thiam, and Felipe Marque, shot by Valerio Nico and styled by Fabio Princigallo, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online.

— Editorial. Exclusive

Philippine-based designer Carl Jan Cruz has spent his time building a brand that is based on more than just another fashion hype.

— Interview

Jack H, Guy, Alex B, Vivien Lawson, Omari Phipps, Dominic Baderin and Luis Toledo, shot by Sarah Tahon and styled by Ellet Weir, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online.

— Editorial. Exclusive

A collection inspired by the works one of Pop-Art’s most iconic artists.

— Accesories. Capsule

CORNERSTONE unveiled its Fall/Winter 2018 collection, inspired by visual artist Carsten Nicolai’s use of cymatic patterns (modal vibrational phenomena) through digital media. The designer Sun Yun interpreted this concept by using a combination of colors and stripe… »

— Collection. Fall/Winter

The signature CDLP yellow boxes and distinctive visual narrative, as captured through the lens of co-founder filmmaker Larson, has seen this underwear pop up in all the right places.

— Campaigns

Qasimi and War Child UK are collaborating to highlight the plight of children in war-torn countries.

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Designers Virgil Abloh, founder of OFF-WHITE, and Kim Jones, artistic director of Dior Homme, partnered with Nike to approach the beautiful game from two distinct perspectives.

— Capsule

Gucci unveiled the Fall/Winter 2018 campaign for its Men’s Tailoring collection, featuring Harry Styles captured by the lens of Glen Luchford and art-directed by Christopher Simmonds.

— Campaigns. Fall/Winter

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A basic one for everyday. You need it. Included in Jil Sander latest collection, the Crewneck T-Shirt features visible stitching, straight hem… »

The new Wekafore SS18 campaign is dedicated to the documentation and visibility of modern African immigration and integration in Spain.

— Campaigns. Spring/Summer

HELATOMIC unveiled the campaign for its first collection, featuring Cyprien, Maxence, and Tristan shot by Estelle Chauffour.

— Campaigns. Fall/Winter

Oisín Hunt is a menswear brand produced for the contemporary man unafraid of exploring changes in classic silhouettes.

— Collection. Fall/Winter

FIGURA‘s DNA pays tribute to 70’s and 80’s Mediterranean sport & casual wear mixed with criminal fraternities and European resistance movements.

— Campaigns. Spring/Summer

Anthony Vaccarello unveiled new visuals from his Fall/Winter 2018 collection for Saint Laurent, featuring Lennon Gallagher shot by David Sims.

— Fall/Winter

American actor Evan Peters captured by the lens of Gus & Lo, for MR PORTER.

— Editorial

Alvaro Silveira at Elite Spain photographed by KAPTURING and styled by Juan Camilo Rodríguez, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online.

— Editorial. Exclusive

Alessandro Michele showed his Cruise 2019 collection for Gucci at the Alyscamps, a large Roman necropolis outside the walls of the old town of Arles, France.

— Collection. Runway

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Max Torresal at Blow Models captured by Ernesto Sampons and styled by Angela O. Ibáñez in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online

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With inspiration from the Tom of Finland legacy and together with Tom of Finland Foundation, Eytys presents the new limited-edition Magnum sneaker.

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Dajé at Bang Management photographed by Manuel Zúñiga and styled by Nayeli de Alba, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online.

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