Brazilian actor Bruno Gagliasso poses in a set of bohemian portraits that are captured for L’Officiel Hommes Brasil's latest cover story. This dirt-clad image series is inspired by gypsies and urban nomads and is lensed amidst a dark studio setting.
Photographer Gustavo Zylbersztajn captures this cinematic exclusive and highlights its gritty set design and derelict styling. Paulo Martinez is responsible for the photoshoot's deconstructed menswear looks that are often made up of tattered or unconventionally draped clothing.
In addition to its unkempt wardrobe and dirt-resembling cosmetics, Bruno Gagliasso's L’Officiel Hommes Brasil cover story also features dreaded hair styles that bring this shoot's dark and nomadic theme to life. Overall, the story paints a cinematic picture of poverty without losing its high fashion vision.