The Vivo Antonio TUSH Editorial is Androgynous

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jan 12, 2013 • References: & steelmachines.wordpress
The Vivo Antonio TUSH editorial graces the fashion publication's NO. 3 issue. This striking beauty series features daring cosmetic looks that are worn by M4 agency male models Carlos Peters, Kim Dall’Armi and Waldemar.

Photographer Armin Morbach captures the guys in studio while wardrobe stylist Ingo Nahrwold dresses them in a series of daring and androgynous garments. Exuding both a masculine and feminine air, these models channel an 80s inspiration that references musical style icons including David Bowie and Boy George among others.

The Vivo Antonio TUSH editorial features a luxe wardrobe of designer looks from the likes of Dior Homme, Louis Vuitton and Emporio Armani among others. From sleek tailoring to embellished ornamentation detailing, this androgynous image series redefines traditional beauty ideals. Stats for Gender-Bending Cosmetic Captures Trending: Older & Average
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