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« en: 07 Septiembre, 2014, 03:09 »
Tema para recopilar portadas, editoriales, artículos, etc. de las diferentes revistas para hombre del mercado.
Al no tener un peso tan importante como los trabajos que se suelen hacer para el público femenino creo que es mejor crear un único tema general para las diferentes revistas. Pero si veis algun editorial chulo no dudéis en crear un tema específico y compartir ahí las imágenes.
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Monday Weekly Lifestyle Magazine

Model Jin Dachuan
Photographer Jin Jaji
Styled by Tingsily Chang
Makeup by Ya Feii
Hair by Chang Shaio


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David Gandy by Tomo Brejc for Esquire Singapore September 2014


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Jared Leto for Esquire Mexico & Latin America September 2014


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British GQ October 2014
Kim Kardashian by Tom Munro


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British GQ October 2014
Miles McMillan by Guy Aroch
Style by Jo Levine

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VMAN Fall/Winter 2014
Photography: Richard Burbridge
Stylist: Nicola Formichetti
Models: Luke Thorp, Cole Farr, Logan Flatte (Ford)


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'BROKEN SUITS AND GHOST TIES'
Ph: Jenny Gage & Tom Betterton


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GQ Germany October 2014


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'BORN TO RUN'
Ph: Marlene Marino
Styling: Manuela Hainz


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'CAMERON EINSTELLUNG'


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'GLUCKS KEKSE'


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Ph: David Armstrong
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Details October 2014



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Details: So it's not like they grabbed you by the shoulders and threw you out?

Affleck: No, I wish! That would be awesome. "Get him outta here! He's a magician!" Unfortunately, they just came up and said, "We can't let you play blackjack. But we have other table games! We have Chinese poker!"
Details: You're not hesitant to talk about it.

Affleck: Because I get to correct the impression that there's something wrong with it or that it demonstrates some, like, compulsive activity. Usually, when you're a compulsive gambler, the casinos don't ask you to leave because you're beating them. You know? I will say this. There were a number of casinos that said, "Hey, you can't play blackjack here. We know you count cards. But, you know, you're welcome to come, do whatever you want, see a show, have dinner. We'll comp ya. Play roulette, we know you don't play craps, but hang out, we still want your presence and business."
Details: I would imagine that regular folks are psyched to sit next to Ben Affleck at a casino.

Affleck: They certainly offer you all kinds of stuff to show up. I think they're just hoping that you're going to be some dumb celebrity that's gonna dump money. And I guess I was that! Until I figured it out, and then they were like, "**** him, get him outta here!"
Details: One report that cited gambling said something like "He looked disheveled and upset." There was this sense of you being at your wit's end.

Affleck: That's the thing: It's really hard for people to understand—it would be hard for me to understand—that people can freely write that ****, almost completely fiction, and pass it off and run it. And you're going, like, "I can't ****in' believe this! Not only do they invite me over there, then they don't let me play, then they said I was, like, gambling, which also is not true, and then they said my hair was ****ed up. When will the indignities end?"
Details: And there was a suggestion that your wife, Jennifer Garner, can't take it anymore...

Affleck: See, that's tabloid ****. That's all bullshit. They completely lie. I mean, I can show you 10 articles of Star and OK!—those magazines feel totally comfortable absolutely fictionalizing every single element of the story. And there's nothing you can do about that. My only hope is that people with any common sense recognize that those stories are false. And, I don't know, there're worse stories . . .
Details: As fictionalized celebrity sagas go, it's not a bad one.

Affleck: Yeah, it's like saying you're good at something! Usually they say, like, "He's homeless!" He's good at blackjack! Well, I'll take that.
Details: It implies you've mastered something.

Affleck: Yeah. My hair was ****ed up, though.
Details: Parts of Gone Girl were shot in Missouri, and the Batman film is being shot in Detroit. Sounds as though you're exploring America's heartland.

Affleck: I don't think I was naïve, but I remember driving through Missouri and Illinois and Michigan and looking out at very ordinary folks of various weights and ages and genders looking like they're going to church or going to Walmart or whatever and just thinking, All these people just have sex toys at home and weird fetishes. And they're all just burying the same **** just like everybody in L.A. The façade of ordinariness is just that: a façade. Underneath, they're doing, like, amateur porn.
Details: So that's what you were thinking?

Affleck: That is what I thought in Middle America. Now, if you run that, I'll never be able to go back.
Details: It's interesting, because Gone Girl is about marriage, but it's also about the difference between what's real and what we perceive. And up until the very last note, the media narrative is pretty much always completely wrong.

Affleck: There's a sort of unapologetic shift from one story to the next. To use Brad Pitt as an example, never once have they run a cover story that says, "Oops! Sorry! Brad and Angie? Still together. Last week was a complete fabrication!" There's no looking backward. It doesn't serve anybody.
Details: So I take it when you read Gone Girl, you could relate?

Affleck: I could definitely relate to the way—the need of media outlets to tell brief, digestible, readily identifiable stories that include two-dimensional archetype characters—

Fincher: And which always lead to righteous indignation.

Affleck: And that you kind of get cast in a soap opera that you have no desire to be in.

Fincher: You're cast in a soap opera with no knowledge of what the pages are. But there's almost this understanding that "hey, hey, it's just entertainment."

Affleck: Yeah. "What are you so mad about? It's all bullshit."
Details: Then there are other narratives that just keep churning. One is "the Ben Comeback," which, by my reckoning, has been going on for the better part of a decade.

Affleck: Yeah, people like to apply easy, simple arcs. You know, three-act structures. We're comfortable with that kind of storytelling. And so there are parts of my life that fit into that and parts that don't. And the parts that don't are discarded because they're inconvenient. I'm a little tired of talking about that. Everybody does things that work and don't, and I can't take responsibility for how things play out in pop culture. You can't control it.

Details: Seven. Zodiac. Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. The Game. Fight Club. The word darkness is just going to come up if we discuss the David Fincher body of work. And Gone Girl is arguably one of the darkest. Why are you drawn to this?

Fincher: I don't know. It's the **** that you're interested in. When I was home sick as a kid, and it was a question of watching Rear Window or some William Wyler movie, it was like you want to see the one where there's more—

Affleck: [laughs] More killing! More death. Yeah. Sure.

Fincher: I like the lurid. And by the way, how many mother****ers are out there doing the hero's journey? It's 8 out of 10 movies. I'm just not interested in that stuff. There's plenty of people to fill that role. But I don't say, "****, let me try and find something where people just really hate each other." I don't want to be the Prince of Darkness. But, but—
Details: But Satan came to me and said, "You are."

Fincher: People keep whispering to me. I'm trying to sleep, and the voices keep telling me. . .
Details: But this gets to that word you hear so often in media circles: likable. Your film The Social Network was not about being likable.

Fincher: Likable is . . .

Affleck: . . . not real.

Fincher: Likable is not important.

Affleck: It's funny because Seven is, I think, one of the best movies ever. It's, like, the perfect movie. I'm only really saying this to get another job with David. People love it, but I think it would have even a higher place in the pantheon if—people think it's a genre movie, a serial-killer movie, so we put that over here. But the elegance and the perfection—the Swiss-watch nature of the way that movie works, in all dimensions: script, performance, story, photography, tone, mood. I watch that before all the movies I direct, over and over, thinking, How did he get that shot? Why'd he do that?
Details: How are you different as directors?

Fincher: He wraps a lot earlier than I do.

Affleck: I just go home by lunch. I gauge a day by how early I go home. No, I mean, I don't put myself really on a par with David in terms of "I'm this, he's that."
Details: What was your takeaway from watching David work?

Affleck: The biggest thing I learned from David, really, is that he has a kind of insistence on "This is what I want to do, this is how we're going to do it." Because this business has a lot of people saying no—like, "This is going to be too hard" or "This is too expensive" or "No one's going to want to see that" or "We can't have it this way." And I have tended, to my embarrassment, in the past to go, "Oh, you think? Really? We can't do that? I guess we can't do that." And David can push through by force of will what he wants. And I know that the next movie I do, it's going to be colored much more by "Well, this is what I want to do, so we're going to find a way to do it."
Details: You'll be an ******* the next time.

Affleck: Yeah, I'll be more of a prick. "He was a nice guy till he worked with Fincher."

Fincher: For the most part, people are either embarrassed or feel it's not their place or their right to impose their sense of how it should be on other people. I've never had that issue.
Details: You seem to have had a vision and a professional strategy from the very start.

Fincher: I have no plan. I just have interests. Look, I had three movies fall apart in the last two years! And by the way, I don't ever feel like, "**** them!" I always feel like if they don't come together, they don't come together for a reason. You can't force a good seduction. You just can't. It either works or it doesn't. And you do not want to be in a two-year relationship with a movie studio that—

Affleck: That you don't love.

Fincher: That you don't want to ****. You can't make movies in spite of the people who are paying for them or in spite of the people who are there to put asses in the seats.
Details: Obviously, this looks like a film that will generate controversy.

Affleck: That's going to happen with this movie, I think. I feel like this is one where couples are going to be, "Do you think that was okay?" And the husband's got to decide, "Do I be honest, or do I live a comfortable life?"

Fincher: At the point in time they were going to give me the money to make it, I tried to warn everybody what was going to happen. But instead . . .

Affleck: Here we are.

Fincher: I took the 50 mil.

Affleck: Made a movie about married people who hate each other. [laughs] "Welcome! Come on down! It's kind of like Hoosiers!"

Fincher: It's about hope.

Affleck: You hope he didn't murder his wife. And then you hope he did.

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Details Noviembre 2014 / Brad Pitt por Mark Seliger



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Nick Wooster para GQ Taiwan por Chiun-Kai Shih



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Portada de la edición de GQ sudafricana primavera/verano: Kanye west.


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Reminiscence por Urivaldo Lopes para August Man número de diciembre 2014 Malasia

Estilismo: Fleur Huynh Evans
Director creativo: Melvin Chan
Modelo: Thomas Bukovatz