Famed ballet star Sergei Polunin fronts this Vogue Hommes Paris editorial by Mario Sorrenti. The dancer pulls off modern menswear pieces and conceptual accessories while taking on a slew of interesting characters Styled by Anastasia Barbieri, Polunin pulls off workwear-inspired jumpsuits and cotton casuals while posing in both photography and dance studio settings.
The dancer shows off some unexpected body scars and artful tattoos in this editorial by legendary photographer Mario Sorrenti and even pulls off a headpiece that is made of wax crayons. Inspired by the art of dance, this editorial blends graceful and conceptual visuals.
This editorial does not only highlight its star's dance talents but also speaks to a growing masculine cosmetics fad that is taking the fashion and beauty industries by storm and evolving rapidly.
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