Taking on a life off the land is a serious commitment, but to take on a nautical style, you can go all the way and even have a bit of fun with it.
In this editorial, taking the cover is Jonathan Bellini, who shows us many different attitudes, from a no nonsense man of the sea to a whimsical sailorman. The concept is also moved forward with an urban spirit of patriotism and resililience. Altogether it is proof that the ebb and flow of style can be set at any pace you desire.
Level37- Not A Sailor…
Jonathan Bellini in L’Officiel Hommes Brazil photographed by Gustavo Zylbersztajn, styling by Paulo Martinez and grooming by Helder Rodrigues.
The precious things we possess, we want to show them, but also keep them protected. With this, it is important to only present them to those we trust, who understand their worth. It is in these moments when the true beauty and meaning is revealed further enhancing the value.
The heart has many corridors leading to light and dark places. Flowing out of these areas are energies that come together to make up our being. Each part is necessary yet ever changing. Who you want to be is dependent on what you let in and what you are willing to let go of.
Level37- Guarded Display
Adrien Lesueur, Amaury Mouquet and Liuk Bass photographed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino and styled by Serge Girardi, for Numéro Homme.
Nick Jonas, who is known for his casual style with a suave flair is tapped to show off the latest styles of TOPMAN’s Tailored collection.
Shown in suits, and jackets paired to casual shirts, Nick Jonas embodies the perfect balance of youthfulness and the modern man. Denim jackets and double breasted blazers also come into the mix with a playful heart. Some things will always remain a classic and once again it is proven that time and style are two undying forces
Level37- In Perfect Harmony
Nick Jonas for TOPMAN’s Tailored collection.
Looking out towards the edge of the earth, everything seems to have a definite ending line. At the same time, everything seems possible and endless.
In this editorial from Fucking Young!, the parallels between human form and the beauty of nature are explored. A collision of the elements of the world and in style are captured with an artistic impact. The comparisons presented are reminiscent of sculpture with muted colors and the use of black and white; lending an interpretation that is left for the reviewer to decide.
The molding of all of these things- art, form, style, design, and nature, stretches the borders a little bit further than once believed could be accomplished.
Level37- Intersecting Barriers
Gabriele Blanda photographed by Leonardo Bornati and styled by Anna Cadeddu for Fucking Young! Online.
Art Director: Luca Imbimbo
Fashion Editor: Daniele Umberto Maria Pellegrinetti
MUA: Ettore Merendino
Photographer Assistant: Veronica Benedetti
Editor Assistant: Simone Rutigliano
Fashion Assistants: Diletta Rossi & Lucrezia Trevisan
So often what is overlooked is the preparation it takes before embarking upon a journey. The road will not prepare itself for you; you will never know what is ahead. You have to always be ready for it no matter what comes your way. The main key towards the journey is passion.
A life worth living has passion at it’s heart, for is the source of all that flows out of it creating a lasting impact. The atmosphere is changed where the persistent attitude of motivation is palpable. The energy is transferred to those around you making you of one mind, moving forward with the same vision.
Everything falls in line the way it’s supposed to when you are in sync with every component of the path you’re set upon. Always at ready, when the gateway opens, all you’ll need to do is go.
Level37- Uncontainable Energy
Models Jordy Baan, Francisco Perez, Kristi Welch, Philip Witts, and Ryan Frederick photographed by Pavel Denisenko for Risk Magazine Color Issue. Fashion Editor: Colin Anderson, Bookings Editor: Raf Tillis, Grooming: Alexander James, Hair: Michael Thomas Lollo, Stylist Assistant: Katherine Brito