Numéro Homme 42
Numéro Homme 42 Fall-Winter 2021-2022 features the confessions of Garry Kasparov, the Russian chess champion who is strongly opposed to his country's repressive policies, as seen through the lens of Juergen Teller.
Also included: a no-holds-barred interview with Chicago artist Theaster Gates, who is building the foundations of a more equitable world in his hometown; a guided tour by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei of his major retrospective in Portugal; an inventory of objects and personal archives of refugees and activists photographed by Guido Mocafico, who reminds us of the importance of the LGBTQI struggle today, ex-stand-up star Stéphane Bak, who intends to shake up the stereotypes of French cinema adulated by the American industry and who has just released his second album, and the Mode series signed by Jackie Nickerson, Sølve Sundsbø, Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Carlotta Manaigo and Charles Fréger.
Numéro Homme 40
Numéro Homme celebrates its 20th anniversary.
To celebrate this milestone, the magazine invited twenty of the most influential designers in men's fashion, all of whom took Polaroid self-portraits for this exceptional edition. For its anniversary, Numéro Homme looks back at how each, in his own way, has shaped the allure of the contemporary man.
Highlights of Numéro Homme 40 include confessions from Raf Simons, Miuccia Prada's new collaborator, and a meeting with Virgil Abloh, artistic director of Louis Vuitton's men's line.
Also included are portraits of Virgil Abloh, Haider Ackermann, Paul Andrew, Dean and Dan Caten, Tom Ford, Jean Paul Gaultier, Véronique Nichanian,Rick Owens, Pierpaolo Piccioli, Riccardo Tisci, Kris Van Assche, Silvia Venturini Fendi, Donatella Versace and Matthew M. Williams. Williams; a behind-the-scenes look at the Zegna Group, now one of the world's leading menswear companies, and the Fashion series by Pierre Debusschere, Horst Diekgerdes, Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Carlotta Manaigo and Charles Fréger.
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Men's Spring-Summer 2019 Fashion at Palais de Tokyo in Paris by La Mode en Images.
With offices in Europe, the United States, the Middle East and Asia, La Mode en Images designs and produces fashion shows, brand exhibits and large scale events for brands, who deliver custom-made and immersive events worldwide.
Collaboration with other areas of expertise within the Group enriches these moments with virtual experiences and NFT programs.