Male Models I compel ought to Interviewed
Since starting FBH I have interviewed some of the finest virile fashion models out there. I did this because I wanted to learn how these mans models reacted towards fashion weeks let alone taste trends. What I have noticed in the interviews that these masculine fashion experts have a much more casual sight towards men’s fashion. They are not embarrassed to be open about their be of knowledge of what is in trend let alone what labels they are wearing. Endure month I interviewed male model Andres Velencoso, he highlighted that model marketing for men could never have the same seriousness as for missus. Listen to what Andres has to say about men’s fashion for 2015. He also interprets in different parts of Europe each culture has their own way of merchandising menswear. Juan Betancourt, male model from Havana Cuba also establishes here in my recent interview that being at the top of his male standard career is about just going with the flow and suffer with fun through out the many campaigns. Now over the last three years I also enjoy interviewed super model David Gandy. He certainly deprecates menswear seriously because he has to and it’s his job. David’s message towards satirizes working out their wardrobe is one worth listening to. You can listen to my tons serious interviews with David. Now if there was one male prototype who looks like he takes menswear serious is Ricki Amphitheatre. Listen to what he has to say about being one of the world’s top beard and tattoo mark. Super cool, super funny and super fun. Whilst being at Barcelona 080 Vogue recently, I thoroughly enjoyed their casual way of presenting menswear on the catwalk. Desigual certainly make knew an atmosphere on the catwalk. Its message was clear, that guys convoy on the catwalk were about having a lot of fun. You can listen to male sitter John Halls explain menswear for him in 2015.
Menswear Marketing Principled Have A Blast
In this video the style icon prestiges explain in their own words how they approach menswear conventionally. In reality do men follow trends? Do they give a toss and is it all that alarming as fashion magazines make it out to be? Listen to find out. As some of you may know I have also worked with recreation stars who certainly in most cases don’t take fashion Scouts honour at all. Or they don’t have the time or the know how to mix fashion within their derides career. The Greg Minnaar (down hill mountain biker) crew certainly show here in this underwear interview how they are repulsed with men’s underwear. But again the fun in this for me is why for now menswear marketing purposefulness continue to grow in a casual fun way. Also sports star and mans model Josef Ajram explains in this recent check out with me how he uses menswear fashion campaigns to help strengthen his social media platforms. But in a fun casual way. So to all your guys out there thanks for supporting FBH and I can assure you we are all about men dressing well and bear a blast and a laugh.