The Francis Piennar Pulp Magazine editorial features a child-like theme that transcends generations. The model poses with brightly-hued props including a skateboard, baseball bat, slingshot and painted toy guns.
The studio shoot, lensed by photographer Mckenzie James, is nothing short of playful with an infusion of great humor and wit. Francis works his angles, sporting a combination of suited separates, comfy knits, graphic tees and various denim pieces. His wardrobe features a neutral palette with subtle pops of colour often coming through with a variety of fun fun props.
The model rocks layered ensembles styled by Elaine Jyll Regio who selected designer pieces from the likes of Buckler, Cheap Monday, Givenchy, Hugo BOSS, Maison Martin Margiela, Without Prejudice, French Connection and others. The shoot's rugged and effortlessly cool wardrobe features the perfect marriage of structure and comfort. Streetwear selects are paired with high-end designer pieces making for a flawless fashion sense.
Image Credit: Mckenzie James
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1. Child-like Fashion - Opportunity for brands to create playful and whimsical clothing that transcends generations.
2. Layered Ensembles - Potential for designers to explore the combination of different garments to create unique and stylish outfits.
3. Streetwear Meets High-end Fashion - Disruptive innovation potential in blending streetwear elements with luxury designer pieces.
1. Fashion - Fashion brands can tap into child-like themes and explore new design possibilities.
2. Photography - Opportunity for photographers to capture playful and humorous editorials.
3. Modeling - Models can showcase their versatility by posing in child-like, yet stylish, outfits.