Fiasco Magazine Issue 18 is Made with Blood, Sweat and Tears

By: John Ibbitson - Published: • References: fiascoplus & homotography.blogspot
The latest ‘The Blood, Sweat & Tears’ issues of Fiasco Magazine feature photographic fashion covers inspired by the common expression for hard work and dedication. Perhaps, because the brilliant minds behind this magazine work tirelessly hard to bring readers the best fashion editorials and scoop the latest trends before any other publication.

The covers are shot beautifully, featuring model Ryan Taylor photographed by Greg Swales, Arthur Sales captured by Markus Rico, and Bradley Soileau and Berthold Rothas shot by Nicolas Guerin. There are also two covers starring Anne Sophie Monrad by Thomas Lavelle in which she wears punkier garments and is styled in the images to resemble a scene from ‘The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.’

The rest of the images, however, focus on men’s fashion and fall more in line with the theme of bodily fluids. The 'Blood' covers feature a bold red blazer, while one of 'Sweat' shoots depicts a glistening model dressed in leather athletic shoulder pads. My favorites are the 'Tears' issues though, which are lensed in classic black and white and showcase more avant-garde styles as well as the models’ ability to act. With eight covers to choose from, there will definitely be an issue of Fiasco Magazine this month that appeals to the stuff your made of. Stats for Bodily Fluid-Inspired Editorials Trending: Older & Buzzing
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