Shots of Emporio Armani’s Fall 2011 ad campaign will begin to hit print mags and the like in the coming weeks and here’s a look at some of the looks. As always, Emporio Armani’s look is sophisticated and undeniably sleek. The designs are everything you’d expect from the label as their consistency is seldom matched in this market.
We’re here live at PROJECT NY and there are a few other sites with us in the Blogger Project, including Cleon Grey’s Aveder Outfit. The man is a gifted artist with an infinite amount of creativity and vision. He’s been here taking style shots of folks roaming the floor. We’ve handpicked a few of them here, but the rest you can check out on PROJECT’s Tumblr page as they’re being uploaded throughout the day.
With the pre-orders now live for one of the most anticipated albums of our time, here are shots from the studio sessions for the making of Jay-Z and Kanye West’s Watch the Throne. There is so much talent packed in to one room with Pharrell, Kid Cudi, Rihanna and others lending their expertise at times as well. If you haven’t pre-ordered yet, you can do so here.
Every Leica lens is hand-crafted and goes through meticulous manufacturing processes to uphold the quality and precision that Leica defines and customers have come to expect. In the age where technology almost inevitably means mass manufacturing, Leica products are still made with exacting precision by the hands of highly-trained technicians.
This video gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the craftsmanship and making of Leica lenses in the production facilities of Leica Camera AG.
Leica‘s latest point-and-shoot camera comes in the form of a slightly modified M9-P. Compared to the company’s flagship M9, the M9-P is a bit more understated in its design but still as versatile and reliable as any Leica. Leica’s iconic red dot logo has been stripped away in exchange for branding on the top plate. The M9-P features a Leatherite finish and a sapphire crystal cover on the LCD monitor.
Photographer Emilio Tini got behind the lens for this editorial that was featured in GQ Italia‘s June 2011 issue. Ford model Victor Nylander sports a plethora of summer suits for the shoot and really makes it look easy. There are plenty of well-fitting options in the mix including a few of the double-breasted variety and are paired directly with silk knit ties and even a straw fedora here and there.
With Pitti Uomo 2011 now in full motion, first shots from the streets of Florence have emerged. Nam of StreetsFSN has some amazing street style shots that we think are worth checking out. Stay tuned to the site as it will be continuously updating over the next few days with new images. We’ve handpicked a few of our favorites which you can check out below.
Leica’s V-Lux series just got a refresh with the V-Lux 30 being added to the stable of compact point and shoot cameras. The V-Lux 30 packs 15.1 megapixels and features a Leica DC Vario-Elmar lens 4.3 – 68.8 mm f/3.3-5.9 ASPH, touch screen LCD display and an expanded usability factor with both auto and manual features. If that doesn’t get you excited then maybe the fact that it packs GPS capabilities to geotag your escapades whether their stills or captured in 1080i video.
The Leica V-Lux 30 will be hitting retailers next month in June. Be on the look out but until then, peep the full release below.
Dockers recently selected seven men in the San Fran Bay Area pursuing their dream jobs and featured them in the brand’s Spring 2011 campaign which was shot by famed photographer Todd Selby. The men featured include: teacher and architect David Burnett, sustainable vintners Andrew and Adam Mariani, filmmaker Barry Jenkins, surfboard shaper Danny Hess, muralist Brian Barneclo, and industrial designer (at Incase) Bobby Chang.
As for the product, we’ve seen a rejuvenated Dockers in the last year and their offerings are more robust and wearable now more so than ever before. You can find Dockers at Barneys, Steven Alan, American Rag, Urban Outfitters, Nordstrom and many more retailers.