Daring and dapper, the 'Ola De Calor En La Ruta 66' editorial spread is captured by photographer Giampaolo Sgura. Featuring an abundance of expressive and vivid garments, model Adrian Cardoso wears a slew of color-enriched pieces from the likes of Kenzo, Prada, Missioni and Versace among others.
Clad in a sea of clashing patterns, the model takes on the role of stylish rockabilly, occupying local small town hotspots that include a cozy diner, a remote gas station and a shabby motor home. Whether posing outdoors or lounging in his vintage pick-up truck, Adrian is a vision in retro-infused menswear pieces that are ornate and eye-catching.
Showcasing the latest in seasonal menswear styles, the 'Ola De Calor En La Ruta 66' El Pais magazine spread pays tribute to a 1950s aesthetic. Taking us down memory lane, this nostalgic fashion story rekindles the past.
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