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NYLON: We Exist – Fashion Editorial Photographed by Jvdas Berra, Mexico City, Mexico.

NYLON: We Exist – Fashion Editorial Photographed by Jvdas Berra, Mexico City, Mexico.

Photo: Jvdas Berra / MUA: Monica Godinez / Art Direction: Alonso Rivero / Model: Marcelle Mazzini @ Queta Rojas/ Hair: Antonio Ruz

Mexican-Italian Photographer, was born in Mexico on January 23rd, 1987, he studied film production. At the age of 18 he published his first science fiction book followed by two sequels. Currently has chosen to engage in fashion and advertising photography.

He has worked for multiple designers, modeling agencies, advertising campaigns and national and international journals, obtaining a rapid professional growth, which has earned him recognition as one of most promising talents in Fashion and Fine Art Photography after only three years of career. In his own words “I have no limits, not even the sky is”.

He has featured in Vogue, ELLE, Nylon, Marie Claire, InStyle, Image Amplified, Vanidades, Photography Master Class, NatGeo among others.

His fine art work is now exhibited at the prestigious Fine Art Gallery “These Fine Walls” in New York. Also his work is represented by the highly recognized gallery “Art Angels” in Los Angeles, California, alongside the work of Andy Warhol, David Lachapelle Roy Lichtenstein and other world-class artists .

His list of clients includes the names of famous latin american designers and big worldwide brands such as: GIZIA, Jorge Duque, Benito Santos, Rodríguez-Naranjo, Edgar Lozzano, Gustavo Helguera, Mani Maalai, LOOT, Sony, Revlon and more.


BURBERRY PRORSUM Checked canvas high-top trainers

BURBERRY PRORSUM Checked canvas high-top trainers

Burberry Prorsum presents a cool new way to wear its exploded check motif with these high-top trainers. They’re crafted from navy, white and red canvas with smooth navy suede panels to finish. Available here.

Shown here with Burberry Brit Jesse printed cotton shirt, Burberry Brit Slim-leg linen and cotton-blend trousers and Burberry Brit Colour-block nylon backpack.


Infiniti Q30 goes full monty before Frankfurt

Infiniti Q30 goes full monty before Frankfurt

Infiniti is finally tearing off the camouflage and showing the world what the Q30 luxury hatchback actually looks like. Set to make a full debut Frankfurt Motor Show on September 15, the five-door marks the entry of the Japanese premium brand into the compact hatch ranks. The company’s designers did a fantastic job of bringing the major elements from 2013′s concept to the street, though.

Like the earlier design, the production Q30 wears Infiniti’s rounded rectangle grille and a chrome strip along the edge of the hood. The headlights are also left squinting from the concept. The only major change to the front end is an adjustment to the lower air dam to make it a little more realistic for production. Sadly, Infiniti is only providing this single front three-quarters perspective on the upcoming five-door for now, but check out the C-pillar in the background to spot the similarly pointed design there, as well.

The changes are actually more noticeable when comparing the Q30 with its platform-mate, the QX30 compact crossover concept. The hatchback noticeably softens many of the CUVs swoopy lines to be a bit more mainstream. This is especially true along the front where the big air intakes from the QX are made significantly smaller.

Production of the Q30 is slated to start in Sunderland, England, by the end of the year. They should actually arrive in showrooms there before the calendar runs out. Still, we’re looking forward to Frankfurt for a more complete view of Infiniti’s little luxury hatchback.

Thanks to Chris Bruce and the amazing for the news!

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