Filed under: Editorials, News | Tags: carter smith, david bradshaw, gq style, isaac weber
A week ago the Ford Models Blog saw Isaac Weber standing at full attention for the Native Son S/S 11 presentation. Although the starched fabrics and institutional tailoring by creative director Kyle Fitzgibbons did no disservice to the 6’1″ (185 cm) Boulder, Colorado native, those freckles, strong jaw, and broad chest will always make Isaac Weber a first option for an all-American denim and leather story. Mind, nothing quite screamed tall glass of vitamin D milk quite like Isaac’s HERO cover by Doug Inglish. This week, however nothing quite screams tall glass of milk and whiskey chaser than Isaac’s latest editorial in GQ Style F/W 10 by photographer Carter Smith and stylist David Bradshaw. Wearing denim by Rag & Bone, Diesel Black Gold, and Topman and leather jackets by Schott, Versace, Neil Barrett, Louis Vuitton, and McQ by Alexander McQueen Isaac turns on style in a way that would see him walk into a lead role of both The Wild One and The Great Rock ‘N’ Roll Swindle were they casting this week.
Issue 11 of GQ Style Autumn / Winter 2010/11 is available on newsstands, purchase today.
Credits include: Photographer, Carter Smith; Stylist, David Bradshaw; Fashion assistant, Garth Spencer; Photographic assistant, Jason MacDonald; Production, Katy Offley, Dyonne Venable; Production assistant, Adele Thomas; Digital, Anthony Miller; Casting, Barbara Pfister.
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