SPARKLING DECEMBER

Posted on Dec 1, 2019 in Editorial, Olivier Desarte, Womenswear | No Comments

Fast Management’s Olivier Desarte photographs the stunning Sokhna Niane for the December issue of L’Officiel Belgium.

HUGO x LIAM PAYNE

To honour their commitment to music, HUGO teamed up with their new global brand ambassador and singer-songwriter Liam Payne, previously from One Direction, in this latest exclusive photoshoot for Esquire Magazine by Diego Merino.

  

FEMENINE MASCULINITY

Tailored masculine attire with irreverent femininity in Olivier Desarte’s latest shoot for Belgian weekend supplement Le Vif Weekend.

 

MAGICAL ART NOUVEAU

Posted on Oct 19, 2019 in Editorial, How to Spend It, Womenswear, Yuval Hen | No Comments

Charleston, the hallowed Sussex haven of the Bloomsbury Set, provides the backdrop for the latest shoot by Yuval Hen for the Financial Times’ How to Spend It Magazine.

CENTURION MAGAZINE

Posted on Sep 17, 2019 in Diego Merino, Editorial, Menswear | No Comments

Curated for the discerning, Diego Merino shoots for the latest issue of Centurion Magazine from American Express.

MILITARY RANKS

Military inspired fashion, photographed by Diego Merino, where relaxed takes on military cuts and hues that command attention this season. Out in this weekend’s How to Spend It Magazine.

   

THE DISCREET CHARM OF THE BOURGEOISIE

Like a muse in a Luis Buñuel film, model Marlijn Hoek graces the cover of the September issue of L’Offiel Belgium photographed by Olivier Desarte.

 

CARAMEL DREAM

For his latest shoot with American Express’ Departures Magazine, Diego Merino immerses himself in a palate of caramel and toffee.

THE RETURN OF MARK VANDERLOO

Probably the most recognizable male model of the noughties as the face of Hugo Boss, Donna Karan and DKNY, iconic Mark Vanderloo, returns to fashion in the latest photoshoot by Diego Merino for The Rake Magazine.

A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS

English poet, artists, vocalist, composer and musician, Benjamin Clementine photographed for the latest issue of Esquire Spain by Fast Management’s Diego Merino.

Clementine’s debut album At Least for Now won the 2015 Mercury Prize. Considered by The New York Times as one of the 28 geniuses who defined culture in 2016, Clementine’s compositions are musically incisive and attuned to the issues of life but also poetic, mixing revolt with love and melancholy, sophisticated lyricism with slang and shouts, and rhyming verse with prose monologues. He moved to popular art music, breaking free from traditional song structure, inventing his own dramatic and innovative musical territory. In February 2019 he was named a knight of the Order of Arts and Letters by the French government, in recognition of his contribution to the arts.