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Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 by Damien Neva

Fiasco‘s “Black & White Issue” continues with an editorial that can rightly be called an editorial of two halves. Let’s have the details first, however. Titled “Too Funky” this story by photographer Anthony Meyer and fashion editor Ben Brouillet features Ford Men’s Ethan James undergo a metamorphosis from his classy Dior Homme suited self clear on down to a foppish Vivienne Westwood number. It’s a bold styling decision that is not without its own rewards, namely the form of the Rick Owens ensemble from the S/S 11 menswear collection worn by Ethan in the eighth and ninth pictures. The look by John Galliano might be touch too literal, but we won’t fault the courage of including it in the story. In any event we’re happy to see Ethan on the cover of another magazine. More of this in 2011 please!

Please visit Fiasco online to see the rest of the “Black & White Issue.”

Credits include: Fiasco Issue 8 2011; Title, “Too Funky”; Photography, Anthony Meyer; Fashion editor, Ben Brouillet; Hair, Robin Navarro; Makeup, Damian Garozzo using MAC Cosmetics; Photography assistant, Arnau Mallet; Fashion assistant, Charin Chong; Retouching, Sebastian Bar.

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)

Ethan James | Fiasco Issue 8 2011 (Photography: Anthony Meyer)


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Ugh. I don’t get how any agency (let alone Ford) can lend out their boys for Fiasco. Not only is its content lackluster, but it seems that everything that gets submitted is published in this so-called “magazine” and I have yet to see one story that has impressed me.

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