MHART Mens fashion jewelry featured in "Winter Silence" - Exclusive editorial for Out Magazine
Photography: Hard Cider NY
Styling: Charlie Eward Styles assisted by Rao Vera
Grooming: Mikey J Hair
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JUNIOR LE FRANC
Photographer: Rick Day
Grooming: Derek Mitchell
Film: Steve Benisty
MHART pillows and leather ottoman inside a One Fifth Ave apartment redesign by Tamara Magel.
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Portia Double Day in MHART with the cast of Mr. Robot
Nash Overstreet of Hot Chelle Ray on the Today Show performing with IYAZ wearing our 18k gold Crystal Skull Necklace.
"Sprite Corner Store" for legendary Photographer, Jonathan Mannion for The Fader
Winnie Harlow has stood out more and more in the fashion world. Discovered in the reality show America's Next TopModel, the Canadian 20 years is the first model to enter the industry with patches on the skin so apparent - at 4 years old, she was diagnosed with vitiligo, a disease that causes the skin to lose pigment, leaving lighter regions by the body.
After starring in campaigns for Desigual, close the summer 2015 fashion show Ashish at London Fashion Week, influencing the likes of Nick Knight and Nicola Formichetti and to appear in a commercial for soda, the beautiful spoke with Style about his career: "It's crazy that people know who I am. It's unbelievable to me that the girl from the outskirts of Toronto is now on billboards," he said.
After being bullied at school, Winnie (stage name Chantelle Brown-Young) found confidence on camera and now enjoys the fame to inspire others: last week, the model and photographer Jonathan Mannion pitched a portrait worshop in New York, in a (good) share of the Sprit so that teens show their creative sides - while the top taught how to march, Jonathan took photographs advice. At the time, the model emphasized the importance of staying true to yourself when you're in front of the camera and revealed the secret to keeping nearly 1 million followers on social networks focusing on honesty rather than sensual images: "I think it's more important you show who you are and be transparent, "he says. - Vogue Brasil