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IN THIS ISSUE
The Training Movement
46 The Most Influentail People In Fashion
Taking The Lead
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The Scent Of A Man
Joseph Abboud: One Fine Day
37 West Coast Easy
Austin Style Featuring Midland
64 Zachary Prell: Refresh & Remixed
Brett Johnson: Operation: Urbane
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR SETH TRAVIS
Todd Snyder: The Eclectic Gentleman
CEO, Founder and Editor-in-chief
100 Spring Break To The Max
OUR FIRST SPRING FASHION ISSUE It’s a new year, so we wanted to try something new for our first publication of 2017. We’re kicking things off with our first-ever Spring Fashion Issue. It’s not just a picture book, either: We have interviews galore, some with American designers like Joseph Abboud, Todd Snyder, Zachary Prell, and Brett Johnson. Others are with the year’s biggest breakout talents, like Fences’ Jovan Adepo, who talks with MM about his role in Denzel Washington’s film. We also introduce you to actor Gino Pesi, who stars in the NBC drama Shades of Blue opposite Jennifer Lopez, as well as Tim Jo, star of Fox’s drama Pitch. And since this is a Spring Fashion Issue, we traveled to New York, LA, Austin, and Miami to inspire you with warm-weather looks and the latest trends in menswear. One feature showcases the guys who most prominently influence fashion—you know, those digital dandies who remain at the center of what’s cool. They’re young, scrappy, and hungry; we’re prettttty sure they’re the people who will soon inherit the earth. They got our attention, and we’re certain this issue of MM will get yours, too. Seth Travis 5
Photographer: Michael Becker
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RISING STAR BY SETH TRAVIS
TIM JO JOINS THE MAJORS When Tim Jo was in third grade, he became wholly aware of his “otherness” as an Asian American. His family was living in Mesquite, TX, and television was Jo’s only escape from the homogeneous surroundings. Once they moved to Poland—for a job his father took—he channeled his energy more creatively, by joining a punk band and auditioning for a musical in high school. It started as a joke, but once he was cast, a career path made itself clear.
After landing featured roles in TV’s The Neighbors and Glory Daze, Jo auditioned for FOX’s Pitch, from producers Dan Fogelman and Rick Singer—and was offered the job on the spot. In Pitch, Jo stars alongside Kylie Bunbury, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mark Consuelos, and Ali Larter. Bunbury plays the first female pitcher in the MLB; Jo’s savvy, sophisticated Eliot manages her social media presence as all eyes turn to her. (A modern-day drama, if there was one.)
“‘Asian American’ is one of the quietest male voices in this industry,” Jo says. “Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan are heroes of mine, but it’s 2017 and we still don’t have our Tom Cruise or Denzel Washington.” If it isn’t going to be Jo—and it still could be Jo—then his presence on a major network show is a milestone towards that. Somewhere, perhaps in Texas, or maybe in Minnesota, some third grade kid is scanning the television, aware of his “otherness” and looking for a role model.
Photographer: Joshua Pestka / Stylist: Beth Hitchcock / Groomer: Rebecca Cleary
AUSTIN STYLE featuring Midland
Hat: Vintage / Jacket: Lee / Shirt: New Look
Cam: Jacket: Zadig & Voltaire / Jess: Vest: L.B.M. 1911 / Jacket and Shirt: Vintage 9
MARK WYSTRACH Hometown: Sonoita, Arizona Role in Band: Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar Favorite cocktail/drink/beer: Gem and Bolt Mescal rocks with lemon What were you doing before Midland formed: Writing, playing music solo, performing, and creative directing a mission based footwear company that I co-founded called www.MOVMT.com CAMERON DUDDY Hometown: San Ramon, CA Role in Band: Bass, Harmonies Favorite cocktail/drink/beer: Mescal Mule What were you doing before Midland formed: I’ve been directing documentaries, music video and commercials sense I was 20 years old. Still do it on the side! JESS CARSON Hometown: Sheridan, Oregon Role in Band: Guitar, Background Vocals Favorite cocktail/drink/beer: Tequila and grapefruit juice What were you doing before Midland formed: I was working on a couple different music projects. When we formed Midland, it was clear that this was the only thing I needed to do.
How did you guys meet? MARK: We all met back in LA days thru the music scene. Jess and Cam used to have a band and after Jess left LA, Cameron and I formed a band. Midland came about when Cameron asked Jess and I to be groomsmen in his wedding for a week up in Jackson Hole over 3 years ago. That was the first time the three of us had played music together as a trio and the result was pure magic. The commonality was our love for country music and for the harmonies which were such a huge part of it in the 70’s and 80’s…it took off from there. Mark: Jacket: Krammer & Stoudt / Shirt: Vintage / Jeans: Levis / Boots: Ranch Road Boots Cam: Jacket: Vintage / Jeans: Levi’s / Shirt: Krammer & Stoudt Jess: Jacket: Saint Laurent / Shirt: Eton / Jeans: Levi’s / Boots: Ranch Road Boots 10 MAN OF METROPOLIS : SPRING FASHION 2017
Describe your sound to our readers? JESS: We’re lovers of classic country so I think that comes through in the music. But we write about what we’re experiencing in the modern world. Come see us live, we like to rock out. Tell us about the record, inspiration for the songs came from? CAMERON: All of our music is an amalgamation of our musical inf luences. Throw in some rock n roll, some soul, and a heavy dose of country music and your got yourself a Midland Stew (copyright pending).
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Favorite thing about being on the road / favorite thing about being in the studio? JESS: There’s a lot of laughs on the road. Pranks, hi-jinx, and slapstick -sort of like the Three Stooges. The studio experience on the other hand, is so important because that is where you shape the sonic landscape of the songs. It is where you create a world that hopefully listeners will want to exist in for a few moments.
What is coming up for you in 2017, where can our readers catch you? CAMERON: Come see us on the road! We’re playing across the east coast and through the south this January and February. We’re also selling our music online - visit www.midlandofficial.com for music, tour info etc. We also (try to) do a facebook live every Friday. Its called “The Midland Happy Hour” (copyright pending). Again, all social media info is on our website. Would love to see all you Men and Women of Metropolis out there this year.
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JOVAN ADEPO HARNESSES A RISE TO FAME BY ADAM HURLY
As the limelight careens his way, Jovan Adepo—lighthearted as he is—tightens his grip on the principles that got him here: Hard work comes first. The sparkly stuff, like accolades, elbow-rubbing galas, and onthe-street recognition, is all a privilege; it’s secondary to the work. His morals echo the obligation-versus-desire thread at the heart of Fences. In Denzel Washington’s film adaptation of August Wilson’s play, Adepo stars as Cory, the son of Troy and Rose (Washington and Viola Davis). Troy’s worth comes from loyalties—namely that to his family—and believes that responsibilities keep one from falling prey to aimless distractions. He preaches this to his youngest son Cory, who wants to pursue a football scholarship. Dad thinks it’s frivolity. Mom thinks it’s harmless fun. Adepo plays rope in a tug-of-war match between the two silver-screen steamrollers; his storyline foreshadows an explosive revelation that threatens his parents’ hard-earned stasis. Prior to Fences, Adepo’s only notable credit was a recurring role on HBO’s The Leftovers. However, his next film might be even bigger than Fences: He stars in Darren Aronofsky’s 2017 Darren Aronofsky’s yet-untitled 2017 film, joining Jennifer Lawrence, Michelle Pfeiffer, Javier Bardem, and Ed Harris. It’s a meteoric rise between no-name and A-List, one that rightfully has Adepo grappling with his obligations. Like Fences’ Cory, however, his own parents have instilled in him a certain set of values (if less dramatically) to retain balance. “My mom and dad have reminded me to stay focused, to remember why I chose to pursue art,” he says, reflecting on the five years spent with very few audition callbacks. “There’s a reason we get in the business. Of course it’s fun to go on the press tours and meet all these people. But that’s noise. It’s extra stuff. I can enjoy the things that come as a byproduct, but the focus is the work. For some people, the call never comes. You can’t take it for granted.” When Adepo moved to LA after college, he contacted a fellow churchgoer, Diane, from back home in Maryland. She had seen him in the church’s Easter production a few years earlier, and encouraged him to pursue acting fulltime. She even volunteered to connect him to her sister: “She just told me ‘My sister works in the business. That’s all I knew,” Adepo says. Nevertheless, he needed guidance navigating Hollywood, so he asked Diane for an introduction. As it would turn out, Diane is the oldest sister of one Viola Davis. And luckily, Davis agreed to meet with Adepo, to give him some starting-out advice. “Viola and her husband were the ones who told me what I needed to study,” Adepo says. “Like, ‘Forget being famous and wanting to be a star; you need to work on your craft. Study theatre, study everything.’ I respect and relish in the fact that they pointed me in the direction I needed to go.
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“But it was like a mother bird encouraging the baby out of the nest: You gotta flap your wings or else you’ll hit the ground. She said, ‘Maybe if you’re good we’ll get to work together.’ She by no means handed me anything.” It was a few years before anything panned out—before his break came with The Leftovers. And, after Washington saw Adepo’s audition tape for Fences, everything materialized. Davis and Adepo would get to collaborate after all, and in a major way (alongside Washington, no less). On set, the two stars taught Adepo another major lesson; this time it came by example. “The emotional scene between Troy and Rose that you see in the trailer, that was a particularly difficult day,” says Adepo. “All day, they are just filming that one scene, with different camera angles. Since her part is so intense, Viola grew very exhausted. But she worked through it, and just blasted it. There wasn’t a clear eye on set. It’s uncomfortable subject matter, but they handled it beautifully and professionally.
[Denzel and Viola both] showed me that the learning doesn’t stop. At that level, the people who are the elites of this industry are taking a lot of time to explore their characters, and to take roles that challenge them.”
Photography: Rick Day & Steve Benisty Styling: Mike Stallings Grooming: Tiffany Oliver for Giorgio Armani / Wilhelmina Artists 15
Credits: Adidas and Nike
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The Training Movement Photographer: Frederic Pinet Stylist: Wendy McNett Groomer: JIllian Halouska at Bryan Bantry Model: Arthur Kulkov, Re:Quest
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The Most Influential People In Fashion TALK NEW YORK, INSPIRATION, AND MORE BY KYLE SCHAFFLER The word “influence” means to directly have an effect on something. It holds the power to shape or even reshape some of most powerful names in fashion. Take Dolce & Gabbana’s Men’s Fall/ Winter 2017 fashion show in Milan this year. The brand decided to forgo using only professional models and instead mixed in dozens of millennial influencers to debut the latest collection. We selected seven of our favorite social powerhouses—“influencers”, if you will. More than just bloggers, these ambassadors have become entrepreneurs, taking over an industry once ruled by magazine editors. They’ve collaborated with some of the most prestigious brands, starred in advertising campaigns, sit front row at the shows, and now, they even walk the runway: At Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall/Winter 2017 men’s show in Milan, D&G skipped out on professional models, and instead mixed in dozens of millennial influencers to debut its latest collection. They take these digitally adored men and women seriously, as should the rest of us. Suddenly, influencers are writing the rules, and millions of people are following suit.
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What is your favorite landmark in NYC? Chrysler Building.
Who is your favorite menswear designer? Ralph Lauren
Adam Gallagher Describe your personal style. It’s ever changing. But I try and draw all my inspiration from classic silhouettes or people. What is one “signature” thing about your personal style? Lately, it’s been sneakers, sneakers, sneakers. What is your favorite fragrance? Acqua di Gio by Armani. It’s a classic. Where is your favorite place to shop in NYC? Club Monaco. Where is your favorite place to eat or drink in NYC? The Back Room in LES for drinks. La Esquina for food. What is one thing you would wear every day if you could? Ray-Bans and/or sneakers. What is your favorite magazine? Cereal. Where do you find inspiration? The past. Who is your Style Icon? I have many. Frank Sinatra, James Dean, Marlon Brando, Andy Warhol. What is one of your favorite trends for Spring/Summer 2017? Influences from the 70s. www.iamgalla.com Intagram: @IAMGALLA Twitter: @IamGALLA Facebook: @AdamGallagher
Andrea Denver Describe your personal style. It depends on the occasion. If it’s a regular day, I like to dress casual but sophisticated at the same time. I like wearing a certain kind of boot, a cool pair of jeans, and a designer jacket, depending on the weather. Who is your favorite menswear designer? Right now I like Olivier Rousteing, at Balmain. What is one “signature” thing about your personal style? I like to experiment with different types of shoes and match pairs with certain outfits. Where is your favorite place to shop in NYC? It really depends on what I am looking for, but mostly Barney’s. What is your favorite landmark in NYC? One World Trade Memorial. It’s just beautiful and, of course, has history. What is the one thing that you would wear everyday if you could? Athletic clothes. They’re just so comfortable! Where do you find inspiration? From the city that I live in, from blogs, magazines, and some of my friends. Who is your Style Icon? Mariano De Vaio. He’s from Italy like I am and I love his effortless style. What is one of your favorite trends for Spring/Summer 2017? I’m loving jewelry and earth tones like tan, taupe, and khaki. I also love light wash denim for the spring and summer. www.andreadenver.com Instagram: @andreadenver3 Twitter: @andreadenver3 Snapchat: @andreadenver
Where is your favorite place to eat or drink in NYC? Since I am Italian, I like going to Cipriani’s in SoHo. 24 MAN OF METROPOLIS : SPRING FASHION 2017
What is your favorite fragrance? Paco Rabanne, One Million. No doubt about it. I personally love it and people always ask me what I’m wearing.
Where is your favorite place to shop in NYC? I am always on the hunt for unique items, so I really love to shop at the consignment shops. I love INA, Tokio 7 and Buffalo Exchange. For retail I love Barney’s, Acne Studios, and Scoop.
Who is your style icon? David Bowie, Prince, and James Dean. Together they really taught me to be myself and own my personal voice in whatever I do.
Describe your personal style. A modern day version of classic garments. I am very concerned with certain details like fit, silhouette, and a modern touch. Who is your favorite menswear designer? Timo Weiland. He pushes boundaries and always stays true to himself as well as his concept in every collection. What is one “signature” thing about your personal style? I like to think my signature is ashy and funky items, mixed with classic or vintage aesthetics. What is your favorite fragrance? Le Labo Santal 33. How does something smell so good? I also love Chanel Bleu. Where is your favorite place to eat or drink in NYC? Charlie Bird in West Village. It’s modern Italian, and it has a very cool downtown hiphop vibe. What is your favorite landmark in NYC? There are too many. I love walking the Brooklyn Bridge and looking back at the vast skyline of downtown. It makes you realize how big NYC is, because we all often find ourselves thinking this place is so small. What is the one thing that you would wear everyday if you could? A leather jacket, comfy sweater, and slip-on sneakers. What are your favorite trends for Spring/Summer 2017? Prints, patches, and COLOR! I am so happy menswear designers are playing with fun details. www.Everything-Everett.com Instagram: @EverettWilliams Facebook: @IAmEverettWilliams Twitter: @EverettSW
What is your favorite accessory from Spring/Summer 2017? My Timo Backpack! I have traveled all over the world with it. 25
What is your favorite accessory from the Spring/Summer 2017 collection? The Petrvs Bee Signet pinky ring from David Yurman. way you look at tailoring. What are the “signature” things about your personal style? Well-tailored patterned suits, knit ties (that I wear almost exclusively), white jeans, minimal sneakers, and aviators. Where is your favorite place to shop in NYC? ONS Clothing, for an espresso and to cop so high-quality heritage menswear staples. Then I’ll pop over to Freeman’s Sport Club to get suited properly. Where is your favorite place to eat or drink in NYC? Malaparte. An Italian classic. What is your favorite landmark in NYC? The Flat Iron Building. What is the one thing that you would wear every day if you could? A leather jacket. I often wear one as an alternative to a blazer with my favorite suit pants. Who is your style icon? Sammy Davis Jr. He carried himself with a swagger that is unmatched to this day.
Sabir M. Peele
www.MensStylePro.com Social Media: @MensStylePro
Describe your personal style. There are many layers to my personal style. Many people know me as the suited type or the hybrid sporty guy. In the end, my overall style is tailored. From my jeans to my suits, the fits are the same. Who is your favorite menswear designer? Michael Bastian. He’s given American menswear a much-needed injection of Italian design with an overtly American tailored sportswear heritage. The pieces he creates are so easy to wear and they can change the
What is one of your favorite trends for Spring/Summer 2017? Patterned camp shirts. They’re easy, breezy, and can be effortlessly paired with a suit for a twist. 26 MAN OF METROPOLIS : SPRING FASHION 2017
What is your favorite fragrance? Tom Ford Tobacco Oud. The deep woodsy undertones and soft vanilla are seductive, inviting, and work all damn day. It’s the sexiest scent that I’ve ever worn.
Saul Raso Describe your personal style. My style has a laid back aesthetic with mixes of high fashion and commercial brands. What is one “signature” thing about your personal style? I like to invest in key pieces and integrate them into my daily style. Where is your favorite place to shop in NYC? Stock Vintage. It’s a really cool vintage store that has been there forever. It has everything from cool tees to army gear to old school athletic wear. Where is your favorite place to eat or drink in NYC? Minetta Tavern is my favorite restaurant, especially when they have truffles in the winter. My favorite place to drink is The Back Room, a super cool speakeasy in the Lower East Side. What is your favorite landmark in NYC? Brooklyn Bridge. I used to run the bridge every morning when I first moved to NYC, so it’s always had a special place in my heart. What is the one thing that you would wear every day if you could? A black leather moto jacket. The current one I have from Diesel has gotten an endless amount of use out of it. What is your favorite accessory from the Spring/Summer 2017 collection? Timo Weiland Suede Backpacks! They came in navy and in brown and instantly caught my eye when I saw them at his show. A serious favorite. Where do you find inspiration? From my friends. Who is your style icon? Tom Ford. I’ve
What is your favorite fragrance? Le Labo Santal 33. I constantly get stopped by strangers asking what I’m wearing. always looked up to his aesthetic. I’m not a suit guy but his tailoring and styling is “goals”! What is one of your favorite trends for Spring/Summer 2017? Bold prints. Everyone from Tommy Hilfiger to David Hart uses bold patterns, bringing some fun to a sometimes monochromatic fashion week. www.TrendStyled.com Instagram: @saulrasco Twitter: @trendstyled Facebook: trendstyled
What is your favorite tech item? My camera. I never leave home without it.
Marcel Floruss Describe your personal style. Always changing. I don’t like to lock myself into any singular category. One day I might walk around in a suit and tie, and the next in combat boots, ripped jeans, and an over-sized top. Who is your favorite menswear designer? Currently, Thom Browne, Stuart Vevers, and Kris Van Assche. What is one “signature” thing about your personal style? Mixing dapper elements with street style. What is your favorite landmark in NYC? Rockefeller Center. I can never get enough of the view from up there. What is one thing you would wear every day if you could? My Coach shearling jacket. Where do you find inspiration? Everywhere. From museum strolls to a random guy walking down the street. And obviously Instagram! www.onedapperstreet.com Instagram: marcelfloruss Twitter: onedapperstreet Facebook: One Dapper Street
What is your favorite fragrance? Valentino. I love the masculinity without coming off too harsh. Plus, I GET a lot of compliments from pretty girls, so that’s always a good thing!
Where is your favorite place to shop in NYC? Barneys.
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Where is your favorite place to eat or drink in NYC? I love Caracas, a tiny Venezuelan spot in the Lower East Side.
What is your favorite accessory from the Spring/Summer 2017 collection? I can’t stop obsessing about Carolin Holzhuber’s SS17 NO-NO3 shoes.
Anna Maria Sandgren Describe your personal style. Effortlessly elegant and filled with color. Who is your favorite menswear designer? I love Diaboli Kill’s jewelry for men, truly made for people who are not afraid to stand out. What is one “signature” thing about your personal style? I always add an emerging designer to my outfits. It add freshness and surprise to anything I wear. Where is your favorite place to shop in NYC? Since I am always on the go, I do most of my shopping online nowadays. I find new emerging designers on Instagram and then shop them on sites like Precious7.com or on their own sites. What is your favorite landmark in NYC? Public Library. What is the one thing that you would wear everyday if you could? Hats.
Where do you find inspiration? My son. He inspires me to meet the world with curiosity rather than habit. Who is your style icon? Ingrid Bergman. What is one of your favorite trends for Spring/Summer 2017? I don’t do trends. I dress in what I like and if it’s “in”, then great. And if not, then maybe it will be “in” soon, and I will have been the first to wear it. www.precious7.com www.theseventhstyle.com @precious7mag @theseventhstyle
Where is your favorite place to eat or drink in NYC? I love Saturday brunch at Bagatelle. You never know what’s going to happen there.
Photographer: Gary Copeland Styling: Callista Wilson Styling Assistant: Teresa Marie Madrigal Grooming: Evy Power Model: Cheyne, LA Models
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Duvin Designs gray hoodie
Christopher Lowman rain jacket / Vince silk wool sweater / TT 227 white denim / Olukai black sandals 33
Dr Collectors drop crotch pant /Alexander Wang long sleeve tee / Triton necklace / Adidas sandals
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“The very essence of the Joseph Abboud brand is our tailored clothing,” says Abboud. This year, the designer’s label celebrates its 30th year. His Spring 2017 inspiration focuses on seasonal fabrics. “You will see soft shoulders, almost beach-like deconstruction, natural linens, and ivory.” The collection captures masculinity and a sense of adventure.
AMERICAN DESIGNERS BY SETH TRAVIS
JOSEPH ABBOUD ON DESIGNING “As a designer we don’t always get the best reviews. It’s hard not to be sensitive about those issues when someone doesn’t fully understand the essence of what they may not like. What I always want to be is me, you may like me or may not like me; you may hate my clothes but you can’t be defined by what people want you to be.” ON SUCCESS “Survival is a form of success.” ON PARIS “I was lucky enough to get a scholarship to go to Paris in 1977. There was no internet, no McDonald’s, no Starbucks. I was in a different country with different shopping experiences, and it was like a world of beauty that I never saw before. I lived on the left bank. You would see the most elegant people sitting at cafes. I remember when I was at the metro and a guy walks in with a tuxedo, and a woman walks in with a long gown and they get on the metro. It was the most unbelievable thing I have ever seen. I would see so many well-dressed men but they weren’t in the fashion business. Paris really opened my eyes to a world of style I had never seen before.”
ON BOSTON “I have always considered myself a Bostonian. Boston, and New England, grounds me. I love the colors of New England in the fall. You can’t do red like nature does red.” ON AUSTRALIA “My mother was always trying to figure out who our family was. When I was a little boy, she had a picture next to her night table. It was a woman in riding crops, and it feels very aristocratic. [We knew she was in Australia.] In the early 90s I was launching the brand in Australia, and my sisters challenged me to find our family. I was given the name of a man that might be able to help me. This guy brought out a photo, the same one my mother had on her night stand. We realized we were cousins, and that my great grandfather started the largest tailored clothing company in Australia.”
INSPIRED BY AMERICANA JOSEPH ABBOUD DRAWS INSPIRATION FROM THE “ERNEST HEMINGWAY” YIELDING A SOFT YET MASCULINE STYLE.
ONE FINE DAY
Photographer: Matt Albiani Style Director: Gregory Wein Talent: Filip Wolf at Soul Artist Management Fashion Assistants: Frankie Barone and Higorvaz Alexandre
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Filip wears all Joseph Abboud / Jewelry: Luis Morais
Filip wears all Joseph Abboud / Jewelry: Luis Morais
Ahead of a second-season premiere, NBC’s Shades of Blue star Gino Anthony Pesi talks Hollywood, health, and playing Jennifer Lopez’s small-screen love interest. (No big deal.)
TAKING THE LEAD Gino Anthony Pesi Photographer: Nina Duncan Fashion Director : Michael Fusco Grooming : Melissa DeZarate
Pants: PT01 / Cardigan: David Hart / Blazer: J Hilburn / Watch: Spectre and Co.
Man of Metropolis: You went to Point Park University in Pittsburgh, a very respected theater arts school. When did you know you wanted to act? PESI: I was about 6 years old, watching The Goonies on repeat. That movie made me feel a lot of emotions. It made me feel like anything was possible if you believed in it and were willing to fight for it. For those kids, they were fighting for their home, their families, and their friendships. Plus they went on this awesome adventure to make it happen. People told them no. They said, screw you and your “no”. And I loved that. If a movie could inspire me at such a young age, I guess a part of me felt like maybe I could offer that feeling to someone through storytelling. How has it been, getting to where you are? Which nerves have you had to overcome? Not being enough…that is a common feeling. I’ve felt it many times in my life. And when I break it down, it’s such a bullshit feeling because we’re all enough. Because, I mean…enough for who? Enough for what? I don’t know about you, but I gotta get rid of that. I can be fully aware of it and believe in that concept, yet still manage to be overcome by that very human insecurity. What do you look for in a project? I’m all about making projects that I love, with people that I love, and hopefully finding a way to make a living doing that. If I can get two out of three of those things that’s great, and all three is ideal. Under those qualifications, some the best experiences I’ve had doing this have been the guerrilla shoots with friends where we are doing what we are passionate about, on our creative terms, and figuring out how to be better storytellers. Those rarely see the light of day, but I’ve always found them fulfilling.
How did you get cast on Shades of Blue? I was being considered for two different roles, one of them was for this character, James Nava [which I got]. On my last audition for the show, I walked into an abnormally long conference room. It felt more like a hallway than a room. There was a long table and about 15-20 people were sitting on the other side of it, including a camera and Jennifer Lopez. I had to read for both roles and I remember my entrance and introduction was a little bumpy. Jennifer spoke up. She said, “You from Boston?”. I look at her, disoriented, and pissed at myself. The only word I could muster was, “Pittsburgh.” “You sound like you’re from Boston, some of the things you say, I don’t know what exactly, but they have a Boston ring to them.” I look at her, and again, the only word I could muster was, “Pittsburgh.” And everyone laughed. For whatever reason, that one word broke the ice. I relaxed. And everything from that point went very well. I got out of my head and focused back on what I wanted in the scene. So, Jennifer kind of saved me that day. Has it been intimidating, working with an icon like Jennifer Lopez? She is an icon. A strong, talented, intelligent woman. The boss on set. And...my character is her love interest. That is a lot of pressure on so many levels. I have an incredible amount of respect for the things Jennifer has creatively accomplished in her life. But my approach to working with her is not far from my approach to working with any other actor. I am more interested in who you are, not what you’ve done. I’m going to prepare for my role the same way regardless of the actor’s resume. So, like any job, I do the work. I do my best under my given circumstances. And I then I do my best to find peace in that. She is smart, talented, and works very hard. It’s easy to respect those qualities. But I can’t go into work telling myself that my scene partner is an icon. Like any scene partner, she is a teammate and an opponent at the same time. We collaborate to create conflict. By putting your opponent on a pedestal, you immediately hand them the scene. I don’t think that would make for very interesting storytelling. So… while I absolutely maintain respect for Jennifer, I also keep respect for myself. And that’s necessary to do this job.
“I have an incredible amount of respect for the things Jennifer has creatively accomplished in her life. But my approach to working with her is not far from my approach to working with any other actor.”
What’s been the toughest gig to date? Several years ago, I shot Battle: Los Angeles. It was the job that first allowed acting to be my primary source of income. So, you can imagine how stressed out I was when, after a couple weeks of shooting, I go down with an injury. We still had three and a half months to shoot. I’ll never forget it. I rolled my ankle badly and had two severe, herniated discs, one burst. I couldn’t walk. My legs went out from under me. I couldn’t even stand. I was so afraid at that time in my life that they would fire and replace me. The doctors wanted to do surgery. That would have meant the end of the movie for me right there. I wasn’t going to let that happen, so I did the rest of the movie, severely injured, on pain killers, never giving that injury the proper time it needed to heal. Did you heal? I did my best to go to treatment every day after work and on off days, but more than anything, I felt like I was probably a burden. I would tell myself that I was most likely being perceived as a problem because I got hurt. I took pain killers and muscle relaxers for three and a half months. At the time, I did what I felt like I had to do. I wouldn’t carry that same stress now as I did then. And I would not recommend doing what I did to anyone else. Ever. I believe a person’s health comes first. If you are not at optimal health, you cannot function properly, physically, mentally, emotionally. It has to come first. And if you miss out on a role because of it, then you miss out. But if you don’t have your health, you don’t have anything.
Any hints at what is happening in the new season? There is little I can reveal. I can tell you that there is more character development all around. More Nava and Harlee, but in what dynamic, I cannot divulge. Overall, it’s intense, suspenseful, and we really go for it. The writers did a great job with the challenges they faced and we are blessed with a killer crew that help make us look and sound as strong as we can. For our reader, what do you think are the best tenets to being a good man? I’d start with the Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz: Be impeccable with your word, don’t take anything personally, don’t make assumptions, and always do your best. From my own heart, I’d say, be honest, be true—with oneself and with others. Your vulnerability is not a weakness. It is one of your greatest strengths. It is a part of everyone’s personal truth. You are the only one who has to live with yourself. So, if you’re not living your truth, well, what’s the point of living?
Blazer, Pants: Hickey Freeman / Tank: American Apparel 49
Polo: David Hart / Pants: PT01 /Watch: Spectre and Co.
Jacket: Max & Chester Tee: Selected Homme
Blazer and Polo: David Hart / Pants: PT01 /Watch: Spectre and Co.
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Photographer: Matt Albiani Style Director at Large: Gregory Wein Talent: Taylor and Patrick at Ford Phil at One, Carson, Ethan, Franky, Jae, Oraine and Vitor at Soul Artist Management and Franky, Jacob and Stefano at Wilhelmina Hair: Adam Maclay at ABTP.com Make-Up: Dillon Pena at ABTP.com Fashion Assistants: Frankie Barone and Higorvaz Alexandre Location: Jack Studios, NYC www.jackstudios.com Special Thanks: Christophe Sanchez-Vahle, Earnest Williams, Dorian Lowe and Ron Fillman
THE SCENT OF A MAN
Franky wears Noir Extreme Tom Ford 55
Carson wears Oud Eau De Parfum Polo Ralph Lauren
Taylor wears Bleu De Chanel
Patrick wears Unnamed Eau De Parfum Byredo
Phil wears Guilty Pour Homme Eau de Toilette Gucci
Oraine wears Obsession for Men Calvin Klein 61
Jae wears Sacred Wood Perfume by Kilian
Ethan wears Sauvage Dior
Jacob wears Uomo Cologne Salvatore Ferragamo
Vitor wears Ã‰l Eau de Parfum Arquiste 65
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ZACHARY PRELL Leading by Design: Before he was Zachary Prell the designer, he was Zachary
Prell the investment banker, and the venture capitalist. At the time, Prell discovered a creative calling through his daily wardrobe: “All the shirts I wore every day to work felt like bed sheets; they were too long, too baggy, the cuffs were too tight, and they didn’t transition well from day to evening.” He enrolled in Columbia Business School to reimagine the sport shirt from start to finish.
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The journey to a better sport shirt didn’t start with sketches; it started with numbers. His unconventional background meant he would approach his new endeavor like a businessman, by visiting China to investigate sourcing options. He also visited Italy to learn about fabric quality from some of the world’s top mills, and once he was finally ready to design, Prell’s apartment became a studio: “It was the warehouse for the first few years, floor to ceiling with boxes. My friends in school were the first fit models.” Prell’s thesis was to create a versatile day-toevening, week-to-weekend collection, one incorporating the world’s most premier fabrics from Italy, but at a competitive price point. It would become the cornerstone of his eponymous brand. In 2008, Zachary Prell (the brand) was carried in a single Nordstrom. It was a victory at the time, but now its product is carried in 92 Nordstrom stores. In 2010, Neiman Marcus began its Zachary Prell merchandising, and in 2015, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdale’s followed. The consistent success is built on two simple ideas. First, of the clothes: “Fit is so central to everything we do.” And secondly, of the company itself: “My team. As a venture capitalist, the importance of ‘the team’ was hammered into me. I had to surround myself with rock stars, with veterans who have more experience than me.” Today, Zachary Prell has expanded into a full lifestyle collection, with outerwear, knitwear, swimwear, and more. The brand continues to grow based on a commitment to quality, fit, and a sophisticated aesthetic that embraces contemporary luxury. The collection is available at over 200 retail locations. This spring, Prell adds a soft suiting category, focused on fabric, texture, and stretch. Linen also plays a big role, with the introduction of linen sports shirts and tees. The theme for Prell’s 2017 spring collection is “renew”—a fitting word, given his brand’s impact on the industry.
Photographer: Matt Albiani Style Director at Large: Gregory Wein Talent: Dan Oâ€™Brien at Wilhelmina Hair: Adam Maclay at ABTP.com Make-Up: Dillon Pena at ABTP.com Fashion Assistants: Frankie Barone and Higorvaz Alexandre Location: Jack Studios, NYC www.jackstudios.com Special Thanks : David Gruning and Ron Fillman
INSPIRED TO CONVEY THE CONCEPT OF RENEWAL, MENSWEAR DESIGNER ZACHARY PRELL DRAWS INSPIRATION FROM THE EIGHTIES AND MIAMI VICE .
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Entire Look: Zachary Prell Jewelry and Tie: Title of Work Footwear: To Boot New York 69
Entire Look: Zachary Prell Jewelry: Title of Work Footwear: To Boot New York
Entire Look: Zachary Prell Jewelry: Title of Work Hankerchief: Patagonia Footwear: To Boot New York 73
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Brett Johnson is just 27, but has shown his eponymous menswear collections since 2013. His Florence-based label reimagines classic menswear staples, then modernizes them. The result is an effortless sophistication, one that Johnson says speaks to the businessman who “admires quality and tailored goods while also embracing the outdoors.” The Brett Johnson man is a hybrid. In modern fashion, Johnson got his start by customizing Air Force Ones. He owned a pair and wanted his to be unique. So, he sourced unique leathers and fabrics while on trips to Italy. (Johnson’s mother is Sicilian, so his family travels there frequently). A cobbler helped him re-imagine the sneaker, which became the first of many customizations.
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BRETT JOHNSON This was chapter one for the aspiring designer, who would launch his first collection in 2013. As a self-driven man who wakes each day at 4 a.m.— to take calls with his Italian production team— Johnson owns one philosophy: “Forward ever, backward never.” His father—also his mentor— impressed this upon him as a young man. Johnson says that, because in fashion there are a lot of followers, the only following he allows himself is to follow instincts.
Johnson’s SS17 Collection is inspired by what the designer would wear in Sedona, on breaks from his studies at the University of Arizona. He fuses reality with fantasy to paint a vivid picture of beautiful landscapes, red rocks, tangerine sunsets, and a feeling that Sedona is the intersection between east and west. The collection is a study on extracting colors and textures, and formulating a western-inspired line for the Brett Johnson man. His hybrid guy is both rustic and urbane, so the collection is both sophisticated and wearable.
NSPIRED BY SEDONA, ARIZONA MENSWEAR DESIGNER BRETT JOHNSON DRAWS INSPIRATION FROM PAUL NEWMAN’S “ COOL HAND LUKE. ”
OPERATION: URBANE Photographer: Taylor Miller Style Director: Gregory Wein Talent: Ivan Kozak at Re:quest Grooming: Peter Matteliano using Phyto for hair and Sisley for skin at ABTP.com Fashion Assistant: Higorvaz Alexandre Photo Assistant: Brian Salemi
Ivan wears all Brett Johnson / Footwear: Donald J. Pliner 79
Ivan wears all Brett Johnson 81
Ivan wears all Brett Johnson 83
Blazer: Perry Ellis / Mesh Weave Jacket in Army-Availability: Perryellis.com / Polo Shirt: Ralph Lauren / Paisley Pants: ASOS / Sandals: Birkenstock
SPRING AWAKENING PHOTOGRAPHER: SHANE LAVANCHER CREATIVE DIRECTION: LEAH SNOW WARDROBE STYLIST: NIC ADEDOKUN AKA THE URBAN DRYFTER ASSISTANT STYLIST: JAHMEL GREEN
Button Down Collar Paisley Print Cotton Shirt: Alexander McQueen available at Mrporter.com Pants: Perry Ellis / Linen Denim: Trousers in Indigo-Availability: Perryellis.com / Belt: Aldo
Hat and Shirt: Topman 87
Bomber: Topman / Denim Shirt: Brooklyn Industries / Jeans: Rollaâ€™s Jeans
White slim-fit cotton poplin shirt: Jil Sander available at Mrporter.com Floral-Embroidered Gingham Neoprene Sweatshirt: Gucci available at Mrporter.com Slim-Fit Cotton-Twill Trousers: The Elder Statesman available at Mrporter.com
Bomber: Topman / Denim Shirt: Brooklyn Industries / Jeans: Rollaâ€™s Jeans
White slim-fit cotton poplin shirt: Jil Sander available at Mrporter.com Floral-Embroidered Gingham Neoprene Sweatshirt: Gucci available at Mrporter.com Slim-Fit Cotton-Twill Trousers: The Elder Statesman available at Mrporter.com
Iowa native Todd Snyder launched his menswear label in the Fall of 2011, and in a few shorts years, earned some of the fashion world’s top honors: He won the CFDA Swarovski Menswear Award three years in a row (2012-2014), and was selected as a 2013 CFDA/ Vogue Fashion Fund finalist. In 2016, he was nominated as the CFDA Menswear Designer of the Year, one of five contenders for fashion’s top honor. Equally impressive is his ongoing collaboration with Champion; every season, Snyder releases sharply structured essentials with the American heritage and activewear label, anchored by his signature triangle-gusset sweater. Most CFDA darlings would kill for that kind of accessibility. But it wasn’t overnight or unearned success. After studying textile design at Iowa State, Snyder moved to New York in 1992 and began interning at Ralph Lauren. He started out with petty tasks like getting coffee and cleaning closets. He would occupy idle time by doing sketches. Snyder couldn’t afford to buy designer clothes so he would go to fabric stores and purchase leftovers to craft his own daywear. During a meeting, someone asked Snyder who made his shirt. “Well, I do,” he replied. Everyone in the room was spellbound. His days of getting coffee were done.
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TODD SNYDER After refining his tastes at Ralph Lauren, Snyder would move to GAP, where he designed for 10 years. There he met Mickey Drexler, the thenCEO who was responsible for an impressive era at the retail brand in the late 90s. He also worked alongside Jimmy Olsson, who is now the CEO of Snyder’s company, allowing Snyder to focus on the creative operations. “My philosophy has always been to make sure I have a balanced business plan, and having somebody like Jimmy is the secret to my success,” Snyder says. He credits Drexler with this acumen of needing to surround oneself with brilliant people. When Drexler left for J.Crew, he brought Snyder aboard to lead menswear. Snyder studied Drexler’s mannerisms as a leader: He listened to his team on all levels, he emphasized customer service as a core value. “He would tear down the barriers between him and everyone else,” Snyder says of Drexler’s grounded leadership. It would be the foundation of Snyder’s own brand—he holds town hall meetings with his own employees now. One of the label’s biggest moves came in 2015, when American Eagle Outfitters acquired Todd Snyder (the brand) for $11 million. It’s a new
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playbook, but one with proven success, particularly in the hands of Chad Kessler, American Eagle’s Chief Merchandising and Design Officer. Kessler came from Abercrombie, where he helped Hollister grow into a billion-dollar business in six short years. Already, AEO has opened a retail shop— Todd Snyder Madison Park, in NYC—in addition to four collegiate-wear shops called Tailgate, which recall some of the notes that have made Snyder’s Champion collaboration so successful. Midwest boy takes to NYC, fetches coffee, serendipitously starts designing, works for three of the country’s most successful retailers—one as menswear director—starts own business, wins accolades, partners with one major label, is acquired by another, four years after launching… Todd Snyder’s momentum cannot be stopped. SPRING 2017 COLLECTION “This was a transition for us, as we blend casual lifestyle with our tailored product,” Snyder says of his latest collection. “This season we really wanted to make a big departure, and move to the sport world, because it’s become such a huge part of today’s culture.”
The result is “Getaway”: an exploration of Monaco at mid-century, the charm of a gentleman’s seaside holiday, and the allure of European road trips. It started as a tour through subdued colors, natural fabrics, and classic styling of time and place. Soon, however, it was revving with the energy of the Monaco Grand Prix, motoring through a Technicolor vision of the 60s and 70s, and ultimately cruising into the richly hued hijinks of a Wes Anderson film. It is an elegant, eclectic collection that mixes street style with playboy sophistication. Classic double-breasted linen suits, nautical sweaters, and genteel performance fabrics collide cheekily with bold racing aesthetics and insouciant athletic looks. Exuberant colors, graphic stripes, and slick satins capture the cinematic swagger of larger-than-life personalities, with retro appeal recast for today. Contrasting elements are harmonized through tonal styling and a nonchalant mix of formal and informal, tailored and casual, all paired back to the fresh city sneaker—Todd Snyder’s answer to the racing shoe.
THE TODD SNYDER SPRING 2017 COLLECTION CAPTURES A MIX OF STREET STYLE AND PLAYBOY SOPHISTICATION FOR TODAYâ€™S MAN ON THE MOVE
THE ECLECTIC GENTLEMAN Photographer: Taylor Miller Style Director: Gregory Wein Talent: Mark Conte at Re:quest Models Grooming: Peter Matteliano using Phyto for hair and Sisley for skin at ABTP.com Fashion Assistant: Higorvaz Alexandre Photo Assistant: Brian Salemi
Ivan wears all Todd Snyder / Watch: Timex X Todd Snyder 93
Ivan wears all Todd Snyder / Watch: Timex X Todd Snyder 95
Ivan wears all Todd Snyder / Watch: Timex X Todd Snyder 97
PHOTOGRAPHER: ZEKE RUELAS STYLIST: AARON WILLIAMS GROOMING: MARI BOWRING MODEL: DEVON SPENCE, LA MODELS
Sweat Shirt:KENZO Swim Short:ONIA Sash, Bracelets, Sandals: STYLISTâ€™S OWN
Sweat Shirt: KENZO T-Shirt: SCOTCH & SODA Swim Brief: SPEEDO Sunglasses: CARRERA Necklace, Sandals: STYLISTâ€™S OWN 99
Shirt: ENLIST Swim Short: PAUL SMITH Hat, Bolo Tie, Sash, Sandals: STYLISTâ€™S OWN
Hat, Shawl, Brooch, Necklaces, Cuff: STYLISTâ€™S OWN 101
Sweat Shirt: MCQ ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Swim Short: ONIA Sunglasses: RAY-BAN Scarf, Sandals: STYLISTâ€™S OWN
Sweat Shirt: SCOTCH & SODA Braceletts, Sarong, Sandals: STYLISTâ€™S OWN 103
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ON MATT: HAT: VILEBREQUIN SUNGLASSES: THOM BROWNE POLO SHIRT: DAVID HART SWIM TRUNKS: FRESCOBOL CARIOCA RING: 203 JEWELRY BRACELETS: ETON
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ON TREVOR: SUNGLASSES: DITA NECKLACE: SKAGEN SHIRT: KRAMMER & STOUDT SWIM TRUNKS: EVEREST ISLES BRACELETS: ETON RING: SKAGEN
ON DEVIN: SUNGLASSES: HYDROGEN BACKPACK: LACOSTE SWIM TRUNKS: 2(X)IST SHOES: LACOSTE ON WALTER: SHIRT: ETON BRACELETS: FOSSIL SWIM TRUNKS: C. P. COMPANY SHOES: LACOSTE 111
ON WALTER: NECKLACE: 203 JEWELRY TANK TOP: MATIERE SWIM TRUNKS: THORSUN BRACELETS: ETON
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