Filed under: Editorials, News | Tags: caius christoe, fiasco, raul guerrero, seth miller
Ford Men’s Seth Miller features in an editorial by photographer Caius Christoe and fashion editor Raul Guerro in Fiasco Volume 1, Issue 4 – 2010. The Ford Models Blog openly admits that it isn’t exactly breaking this story as it like so many stories first appeared on The Fashionisto back in 2003. However, having only procured a complimentary copy of the latest and hitherto elusive “Teen Freedom” issue at the Native Son S/S 11 show a week ago Thursday we’re only now getting around to sharing the 6’1″ (185 cm) native New Yorker’s latest editorial appearance. Fresh on the heels of that Sharif Hamza bored-youth-gone-bad story for Dazed & Confused, Seth Miller stars in a story titled “Street Anthem” variously wearing a vintage bowler, Cheap Monday shirts, denim by Uniqlo, and Billy Reid boots. So instead of wasting the room, Seth and the gang simply waste about in Williamsburg. Either way, we love Seth and are happy to see him in whatever state the creatives put him.
Please visit Fiasco Magazine online to see the entire “Teen Freedom” issue in digital format.
Credits include: Photographer, Caius Christoe; Fashion editor, Raul Guerro; Hair, Shlomi Mor at Artists by Next; Makeup, Nam Vo at Ford Artists; Photography assistant, Agata Segafredo; Fashion assistant, Adrian Manuel; Location, Kellogg’s Diner, Brooklyn NY.
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