Colour blocking all the way in the latest shoot from Until Chan for the September issue of Vogue Man Hong Kong.
Dive with us into the watery depths of Until Chan’s latest set for the September issue of Vogue Man Hong Kong and discover this season’s most coveted menswear accessories .
Step out with confidence this season with the most desirable shoe trends in the latest work by Until Chan for the Vogue Man Hong Kong.
Jon Kortajarana is a veritable powerhouse having appeared appeared in campaigns for Karl Lagerfeld, Salvatore Ferragamo, Valentino, Giorgio Armani, Roberto Cavalli, Chanel, Hugo Boss, Balmain and more. He is the official ambassador for Bulgari’s watch collections.
In his latest shoot with Fast Management’s Richard Ramos, Jon Kortajarena proves, with his smouldering good looks, why he has been one of the most in demand faces in the fashion industry during the past 15 years.
With a Global Vogue theme of “New Beginnings”, Rui Faria shoots the latest beauty pages of the September issue of Vogue Thailand featuring British/Irish model, Bianca O’Brien.
With an irresistible location overlooking the Chao Phraya River, Sven Ellsworth photographs the stunning Four Seasons Bangkok.
Model of the moment, Alberto Perazzolo, features in the latest editorial from Diego Merino for Mens Magazine, Codigo Unico.
Photographer, Diego Merino captures the elegance of neutral menswear with relaxed, sun-kissed images which complement fashion editor, Jesus Cicero’s choice of styling.
With a collection Inspired by inclusiveness and connection, Italian fashion label, ANTEPRIMA launches their latest campaign images photographed by Fast Management’s Until Chan.
Eugenio Recuenco photographs, pop-soul recoding artist, Imany.
Described as an artist who represents the rise of femininity in modern-day Africa. Imany, in her latest work, reinterprets some of the great moments in the history of pop, with her voice and eight cellos.
Imany first gained notoriety after the release of her first two albums , The shape of a broken hearth, 2011; and The wrong kind of war, 2016, and for composing and performing the soundtrack for Audrey Dana’s film Sous les jupes des filles [French Women; 2014]. The artist has so far explored soul, folk and blues, but now she is focusing on pop and, reminding us with her voice of the increasing role of women on the present-day African continent, she does a rather unusual review of pop songs, reinterpreting themes by artists such as Cat Stevens and Radiohead, as well as music from similar genres by artists such as Donna Summer and Bob Marley. She relives these great songs in a special way: with her fascinating voice accompanied by the music of eight cellos on stage. This makes for a performance and musical experience that involves symphonic orchestration, conducted by the artist, who is well known for her artistic perfectionism and ambition.