The top layer you put on is a way to show the world a few details about yourself. It’s not just made for protection against cooler temps or to make you feel comfortable.
Being able to remain neutral and pique interest is the perfect balance that is sought after when it comes to owning your true self with grounded confidence. What you wear should do the same, being the perfect complement to your personality. Once this is accomplished, the efforts aren’t a task, it becomes a natural part of you.
Level37- Confidence and Style
Alexander De Block photographed by Gustavo Zylbersztajn, styled by Thiago Ferraz, and groomed by Paula Vida for GQ Brazil’s June 2016 issue.
Arthur Gosse is in the drivers seat in this editorial coming from Plaza magazine.
It’s not about running red lights or racing towards a getaway. It’s about the ease and feel of being in control. Time seems to take a stylish pause to capture the moments of tranquility. If this is what it means to take the wheel by both hands then it’s certainly worth looking good for it.
Level37- Automatic Control
Jonathan Bellini dons suits from various brands featuring the ever alluring check print.
Showing the playful versatility balanced with the expected polished look, this editorial takes a timeless trend and makes it alive again.
We see proof that the check print isn’t reserved for one type of man. In fact, the doors are opened just a bit wider to bring new ideas to life.
Level37- On The Grid
Jonathan Bellini photographed by Hugo Toni and styled by Cuca Ellias for GQ Brasil.
The colors you choose to wear represents which side you’re playing for. Will those who surround you rally up a win for you or will they hope for your downfall?
In this editorial, Filip Hrivnak wears shades of red and blue captured against shades of the same hue. A cacaphony of colors that can create appeal or deafen the eyes. In either case, it’s still worth a look.
Level37- Teamed Up
Filip Hrivnak photographed by Branislav Simoncik and styled by Jan Kralicek for GQ Portugal’s June 2016 issue.
We understand the importance of having certain staples that can effortlessly pull a look together. Some of these may include a pair of sleek trousers, a neutral blazer or a simple trench. As time passes by, it becomes easy to get caught in a style rut that ends up making you look just the same- predictable.
It’s okay to mix it up. In this stroy from August Man, we see prints, silhouette variance, and balance of lightness and deep colour come into play to bring about an unexpected twist of fun. The great thing about this manner of styling is the way it can be easily imagined as wearable without the feeling of going extremely over the borders.
Also letting your accessories take center stage is a magnificent way of making a statement without shouting it too loudly.
Attention to small details with a slight alteration can also make all the difference and transform you into the new man of the moment.
Level37- Front and Center
Oran Katan, Sacha Legrand, and Konstantin Quandt for August Man. Photography by Ivan Genasi, styling by Giorgio Ammirabile, and creative direction by Melvin Chan.