The moire of the photo is the actual outcome of the issue cover.
Oh yea, each article of clothing is all by D&G!

Our monthly scope through men’s glossies always contains VMAN. A mixture of art elements and fashion merchandise lay evident on the glossy-texture sheets. This month the publication’s “Mantle of Greatness” earned the prolonged applauses. In fact, the cover featuring clean-cut Chace Crawford netted favoring approvals.

V Man sent JD Ferguson and Marcus Gaab to last season’s menswear runway presentations in Milan and Paris to take family-style portraits of 17 menswear designers and the models who spiffily parade the clothes.

I encourage you to purchase the magazine to see the awesome layout. In the interim, preview our faves.

DSQUARED! Our favorite menswear show last season. And also, our top favorite portrait in the series. The contrasting elements (infused 80s accessories) surprised first, but rapidly grew on us after the second runway look.

Tomas Maier featured with the relaxingly dressed models of Bottega Veneta.

Kris Van Assche displaying his eclectic position on men's sportswear.

The gutsy and fearless Massimiliano Giornetti of Salvatore Ferragamo.

The forever chipper--Giorgio Armani afront his interpretation of modern India's vibrancy. The pieces seem very fluid and roomy. We dig it!

You know Paul Smith when you see him, and his signature preppy striping.

Paul Joes take on the modern sailor. As of recently, we're growing acutely fond of the label.

Angela Missoni (of Missoni, of course) continues whipping out fantastic kaleidoscopes and zigzags we never get dizzy of.

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