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Fabio Mercurio, born of Sicilian origins, but Bolognese for adoption, graduated of Class of ‘77 at the Academy of Fashion and Costume. From 2003 to 2005 he worked with several fashion showrooms.

Juliana Andrade is Brazilian, graduated in Visual Communication in Belo Horizonte/MG. In 1996 she moved to Seattle/Wa, to study photography. She worked as a baby sitter of a very cute boy and she used to practice photography with him all the time. They had so much fun together and right there, the passion for photographing children was coming to life. Later on, already back to Brazil, this would be the area that she would specialize. Juliana is an artist who uses the camera to capture special moments that tell the story of a family, in a very natural and playful way. She only shoots in external environments, to ensure the spontaneity of their little models.

It is commonly said that eyes are the mirror of the soul. Geoffrey Guillin's eyes reflect poetry. A shadow would be seen by some as a hidden mystery. For Geoffrey, it is meant to reveal the complexity of a personality.

Miguel Angel Reyes was born and raised in Colima, Mexico and has been an Angelino since 1984.

2006 he was a designer for well known fashion houses as a handbag and accessories designer. Fabio was also responsible for a Marie Claire Magazine’s campaign. In 2008 he worked as a freelance fashion stylist for magazines editorials, photographers and T V commercial spots. He boasts prestigious collaborations in Spain, Italy and Denmark with leading photographers and fashion brands. He is mostly known for his styling, set design.

He plays on the range of "spleen" as a virtuoso while avoiding sadness. Details become a whole through the lens of his camera and his ability to capture a particular moment is an invitation to travel at the discretion of a wave of melancholia just when dawn enlightens us with a bluish glow.

Taking pictures of Wander Aguiar, her childhood friend, was a great challenge. Perhaps one of the greatest in her career. The mission was to reproduce what he already had in his mind. “Shooting someone who knows exactly what he wants, it is not easy. And when this person is Wander Aguiar, the mission is even more difficult…” But as the saying goes in Brazil: “Given mission, mission accomplished…”

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Gradusted Otis Collage of Art and Desigh. Besides being a Lifestyle Illustrator, Miguel is a self-discribed Sketch-a-holic, Exhibitionist Scout and Preserver of the Male Beauty for the Ages. A portrait and figurative painter, muralist, printmaker and illustrator. Miguel incorporates expressionist brushwoek and a saturated palette in celebration of the classic latin tradition.


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Magazine. Issue XLV is filled with men's style and design from around the world. We have five amazing photographers and artist gracing our covers of this

issue who are Carlos William Rossi and Eugenio D'Orio, Julia Andrade, Geoffrey Guillin, Alejandro Garcia and Miguel Angel Reyes. The new offerings for Y-3 Sport photographed in Venice, CA. Styled, a round up of

some essential men's items every guy must have. Photography exhibits of new work by Eric Lanuit in Paris

and past work of Robert Mapplethorpe in Los Angeles. For that meat lover there is an awesome recipe for a

smoked turkey leg that can't be beat. We also take you to the Beautiful California desert to view the amazing

home built by architect Jim Jennings. You are going to want to add Jerry Bouthier's new offering of music to your collection.

We hope you enjoy the issue as much as we did putting it together.

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photography MAX FARAGO styling JULIAN DARTOIS casting LIZZY WEINRAUB at Castpartner At the beginning of this century, Yohji Yamamoto partnered with adidas to form Y-3, a label that went on to single-handedly define the now-ubiquitous “athleisure” segment of the clothing market. Y-3’s first move into sportswear was classic Yamamoto: Paint it black. Black was a break from traditional white tennis clothing, but it was also a way of fusing fashion with sport. It instantaneously freed sportswear from the gym and the tennis court, making it the international language of contemporary urban dress. For Y-3, sportswear is a site of experimentation. It is a proposal for what clothing in the future will look like. In his new Y-3 SPORT line for men and women, Yamamoto turns his attention to highly functional performance clothing. With signature dark tones and cyberpunk silhouettes, the line utilizes adidas innovations such as BOOST cushioning, seamless constructions, lightweight adizero and Primeknit fabrics, and fatigue-reducing Techfit technology. To celebrate the debut of the Y-3 SPORT collection, photographer Max Farago shot a group of futuristic wanderers amidst the ruins of a deserted Venice Beach sports complex. Y-3.com SSENSE.com S AT E L L I T E - MAG. COM

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Born in 1965 in Paris Eric Lanuit has always been interested in the image, fashion and photography. his room as a child was full of old vVogue magazine and Harper's bazaar, and at the age of 13 Eric put together his first photo session. In 1987, Eric graduated with expertise in marketing and communication, there between the FIF (French Institute of Fashion) where it chooses to direct his career in the picture, the communication and media relations. After 15 years past to communications and media relations of several houses haute couture, 8 years in which to John Galliano, Givenchy and Alexander McQueen he decided to take another direction and incorporates in 2003 the

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ince 2012 Eric Lanuit photography CLOWNS the series that regularly updated new portraits to chance his meetings in Paris and Lyon. The series was born from the observation of almost inexistence of blacks clowns in circus history. Aesthetically, it is the contrast between the bright colors of the costume archive and the velvety beauty of black skin that motivated the choice of models. Portraits of his CLOWNS emerge from the melancholy of innocence, sensuality, eroticism and a certain naive. the show is at Casa Lola, 5 rue Pizay - 69001 Lyon

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ilver Army Men is an exercise in finding value in the mundane. Just because something is abundant to the verge of oblivion, doesn't mean that it is without profound value. Billions of small green army men have been embedded in joyful battle around the world for over 50 years. You would be hard pressed to find a person who hasn't had some interaction with these inanimate warriors of imagination. Their value is in nostalgia, memory and association, and we have reinvigorated these virtues. We’ve reintroduced this squadron to a generation of enthusiasts who may have long since forgotten about them. Opposite is the classic flaimthrower sterling silver army man. which, just like the original green plastic one, stands at about 2 inches tall, but weighs 1.25 ounces. Sometimes a work of art just needs to be re-imagined in a new medium. A little bit of weight, glint and tactile satisfaction can go a long way in reminding us of something’s value. This new squadron has been rendered in sterling silver to exacting specs and detail true to those of the original Vietnam era Louis Marx & Co toy creations. Think adult sized Big Wheel made in the Harley Davidson factory and you'll get an idea of what we've done here... Starting with about an ounce of silver and a heaping dose of Americana. Silver Army Men are a product of GOOD ART HLYWD. Since 1990, GOOD ART has operated as an icon of American craftsmanship. The world-renowned foundry is located in the heart of Los Angeles and meticulously designs, produces and distributes handcrafted, high-end luxury goods.

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hen we were young, trips to Disney World were met with much fanfare: The time off from school! The rides! The characters! Mickey Mouse! Goofy! And. THE FOOD!!! Okay, before you label us all, and me in particular, as gluttonous fools, it was really just one food item in particular: The Smoked Turkey Leg. (Because that definitely deserves some capitalization.) Ahhh smoked turkey legs–those cases full of deliciously salty, slightly hammy turkey legs, smoked to a dark and glossy perfection. We’d pay the astronomical $8 to $10 for one and pass it around like a meaty peace pipe, tearing off hunks of turkey like the tacky ravenous tourists that we were so okay with being at that moment. A lot of the other food in Disney World, Universal, Epcot, etc. etc. is just alright in our eyes…This turkey leg, on the other hand, was one of THE main attractions for us.

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So imagine our excitement when a couple of years ago, my aunt started making smoked turkey legs in a charcoal grill in her backyard! The taste is almost exactly the same, and you can make them in a big batch with relative ease. We headed over to their house in Western New York for the July 4th weekend and absolutely INSISTED that we eat these and document the process. There are some tastes that make such an indelible mark on your memory that you become a tiny bit obsessed, and this is definitely one of those tastes. If you share my crazed ardor for this form of smoked poultry in particular, read on! Ingredients For the brine: 1 gallon water

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charcoal and light the coals with a piece of newspaper. Let heat for a solid 15-20 minutes or so--until the coals are slightly white hot. Also, take 1-2 handfuls of wood chips and soak them in water while the coals are heating. Pour the coals into the grill and scatter the wood chips around the coals. Lay your grill rack over the coals. Place the turkey legs on the grill rack and close the grill. One chimney-full of coal is enough to start for an averagesized charcoal grill. Add another chimney of coal every 20-30 minutes, depending on the kind of charcoal you're using. Periodically add additional wet wood chips to make more smoke as needed. More wood chips makes more smoke, increasing the "hammy" smoked flavor of the turkey legs. You can cater this to your personal preferences. I like a very hammy smoked turkey leg; my aunt prefers more of a natural flavor. Take your pick! The slow cooking method is key here. Periodically check the turkey legs, turning every once in a while, and make sure the grill maintains a temperature of 300-325 degrees. There is some element of trial and error to this if you're a first-timer; make observations and adjust amounts of charcoal, wood chips, and heat over the course of the cooking time. Maintain the grill, charcoal, and wood chips, letting the turkey cook for 3 ½ to 4 hours--until the turkey legs have a nice, dark smoky color that a young Chinese girl once thought only existed within the walls of Disney World. Serve immediately and let your inner caveman / inner Disney World fanatic dig in! TheWoksOfLife.com p .

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ioneer of the French electronic scene, part of the Kitsuné family, sound designer of Vivienne Westwood and other fashion labels, DJ/ producer Jerry Bouthier unleashes the 8th volume of his HEART & SOUL mixtape series, which joins the dot between catwalk and dance floor. “Inspired by the soundtracks I produce for fashion shows, I felt the urge to create mixes above all based on melody and emotion, sensual and moving, essentially feminine, yet funky and danceable without missing a beat.” A Parisian long established in London, Jerry Bouthier is a ‘fingers in many pies’ dj/ p r o d u c e r / s o u n d - d e s i g n e r, strikingly passionate about music in its many forms and applications. His ties with Kitsuné, Vivienne Westwood, east London’s infamous BoomBox club night as well as his JBAG productions/remixes and A&R duties for his Continental records label have made his name a regular fixture in the worlds of music and fashion. Always morphing, bouncing off genres and etiquettes, blending multitude variations of house, disco, indie-dance, edgy pop and revamped nuggets into one seamless, inspiring mix that never fails to rock the party, the enthusiastic dj is generous

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here is always a bit of anticipation when going to a Robert Mapplethorpe exhibit. No matter how many times you have seen his work you go in knowing your going to see the infamous fisting shot, the bullwhip and some beautiful cock. With two concurrent shows going on in Los Angeles, one at the J. Paul Getty Museum and the other at Los Angeles County Museum of Art along with a very in-depth HBO documentary, Mapplethrope: Look at the Pictures, it peaked my interest for all things Mapplethorpe. LACMA’s presentation focuses on Mapplethorpe’s working methods, sources, and creative processes—the experimental and per formative aspects of his work— while the J. Paul Getty Museum highlights the artist’s disciplined studio practice, figure studies, and legacy. Between the two museums, more than 300 works by Mapplethorpe will be on view, making this one of the largest-ever presentations of his work. The objects on view in Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Medium are drawn almost entirely from the landmark joint acquisition of art and archival materials made in 2011 by the J. Paul Getty Trust and LACMA from The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. As I starred at the beautiful stark and fragile flower images, including “Poppy” 1988, I could not help but compare it to “Cock”, 1981. The luminosity of his prints and the structure and organization are so precise, it is clear his aesthetic has an almost geometric architecture. The same construction with his stunning portraits of Actress “Isabella Rossellini” 1988 yet they show her vulnerability and confidence in his edit. Model/ actress Marisa Berenson, 1983 carries the same perfection and structure shows Mapplethrope’s passion for the ethereal beauty. After watching the documentary, I couldn't help thinking was Mapplethorpe a brilliant photographer of a self absorbed narcissist, maybe a bit of both, his eye was refined and ambitions very high. Did he shock us with his lifestyle and legitimize elite status with celebrity portraits and flowers in a time when gay lifestyle was not widely accepted? There is no doubt he is a true artist and pioneer that pursued photography when it wasn’t considered an art. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, make the decision yourself but don’t miss one of the three below. Los Angeles County Museum of Art (March 20–July 31, 2016) LACMA.org/Mapplethorpe J. Paul Getty (March 15–July 31, 2016) Getty.edu/art/exhibitions/Mapplethorpe

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Discover the latest canvas and leather styles for Spring/Summer 2016 as well as rope and jeans inspired bag designs, crafted in Italian leather. Only available on acnestudios.com and in selected Acne Studios stores.

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he Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715–2015, a major survey exploring the history of men’s fashionable dress from the 18th to the early 21st century. Reexamining the frequent association of “fashion” with “femininity,” the five thematic sections of the exhibition’s 300-year survey—Revolution/Evolution, East/West, Uniformity, Body Consciousness, and The Splendid Man—reveal that early fashion trends were informed by what men were wearing, as much as they were by women’s dress. In the 18th century, the male aristocrat wore a three-piece suit conspicuous in make and style and equally as lavish as the opulent dress of his female counterpart; the 19th century dandy made famous a more refined brand of expensive elegance; the 20th century mod relished in colorful and modern styles; and the 21st century man—in an ultra-chic suit by day and a flowered tuxedo by night—redefines today’s concept of masculinity. Reigning Men makes illuminating connections between history and high fashion, tracing cultural influences over the centuries, examining how elements of the uniform have profoundly shaped fashionable dress, and revealing how cinching and padding the body was, and is, not exclusive to women. The exhibition, featuring 200 looks drawn mostly from LACMA’s renowned permanent collection of costume and textiles, celebrates a rich history of restraint and resplendence in menswear. Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715–2015 is curated by Sharon S. Takeda, Kaye D. Spilker, and Clarissa M. Esguerra from LACMA’s Costume and Textiles department. “Through major acquisitions and generous gifts over the past 10 years, LACMA now has the strongest European and American menswear collections in the western United States,” says Michael Govan, LACMA CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director. “Reigning Men is an exciting and rare opportunity to examine the comprehensive history of men’s fashion, and we are thrilled to share the collection and scholarship with Los Angeles and beyond.” Sharon Takeda, senior curator and head of LACMA’s Costume and Textiles department, notes, “Reigning Men takes us on an intriguing 300-year journey of sartorial splendor of aristocrats, dandies, mods, punks, and so many others. Through examples of historical and contemporary ensembles, viewers can encounter the evolving nature of menswear and contemplate the future of men’s fashion.” The exhibition is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue co-published by LACMA and Prestel/ DelMonico and features essays by Tim Blanks, editor-at-large of The Business of Fashion (businessoffashion. com), and Peter McNeil, professor of design history at University of Technology Sydney, Australia, and distinguished professor at Aalto University, Finland. The exhibition installation is designed by Commune, an award winning Los Angeles-based design group. Reigning Men debuts several rare surviving ensembles from the collection, including fashions worn by men from different levels of society during the French Revolutionary period, such as an aristocrat’s athome robe (banyan) and a revolutionary’s sans-culottes pants and carmagnole jacket. Additionally, LACMA curators have secured important ensembles representing other key moments in the history of menswear, such as an authentic 1940s zoot suit that took more than a decade to locate. Reigning Men also includes a selection of shoes, accessories, and textiles that complement the featured ensembles. Over 50 contemporary designers and fashion houses are represented in the exhibition. LACMA 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 90036 lacma.org

Walter Van Beirendonck (Belgium, born 1957), Ensemble, Fall/Winter 200-1, Los Angeles COunty Museum of Art, gift of Walter Van Beirendonck. Photo Museum Associates/LACMA

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At-home Robe (Banyan) (detail), England, c 1880, LACMA, Purchased with funds provided by Suzanne A. Saperstein and Michael and Ellen Michelson, with additional funding from the Costume Council, the Edgerton Foundation, Gail and Gerald Oppenheimer, Muaureen H. Shapiro, Grance Tsao and Lenore and Richard Wayne; Slipper Probably China for the European market, c.1870, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Costume and Textiles Acquistion Fund. Photo Museum Associates/LACMA


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Johnson Hartig (United States, born 1962) for Libertine, Ensemble (detail), Fall/Winter 2012-13, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, gift of Johnson Hartig. Photo Museum Associates/LACMA


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This is a celebration of the designermanufacturer relationship and a unique insight into the world of two of the most promising designers on the contemporary international design scene. Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings established their Amsterdam-based studio Scholten & Baijings in 2000, and are now widely regarded as one of the most exciting, innovative and dynamic design duos in Europe. Renowned for their sensitive and subtle yet functional products, their striking and often unexpected use of colour and their exquisitely crafted objects, they have applied their distinctive style to everything from ceramics and silverware to textiles and even a concept car. The debut book from Mexico's greatest chef, Enrique Olvera, pioneer of contemporary Mexican food and global gourmet influencer. Olvera's restaurant Pujol was ranked best in Mexico and 16th best in the world at the World's 50 Best Restaurant Awards this year. The book includes over 65 recipes, each beautifully photographed, from the sophisticated dishes served at Pujol to the more accessible casual dishes that Olvera enjoys with his family at home. His restaurant Cosme, opened in 2014 in New York, and has built a considerable following among discerning foodies and has been much celebrated by critics, recently receiving a 3-star rave review in The New York Times. More than 100 atmospheric photographs capture the vivid mosaic of the Mexican landscape while tip-in pages bring the reader up close to Enrique's vision and his philosophy around food. Phaidon.com

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