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VOGUE HOMMES JAPAN – R.I.P.

VOGUE HOMMES JAPAN - R.I.P.

Nicola Formichetti, in a very straightforward on Instagram, shares news on a re-shuffle of titles inside Conde Nast Group. Vogue men’s editions globally will now land under the GQ Style title, including Formichetti’s VOGUE HOMMES JAPAN. The last issue under the old…

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Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

HERO Issue 8 – A Look Inside

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HERO unveiled their stunning cover for issue 8 with an ode to “Volatile Opulence” featuring Matt Ardell and photographed by Christian Ferretti.  The same issue also includes a captivating story by photographer, Johan Sandberg and styled by Nicola Formichetti. From the images above you…

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Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

11:30 am

T Magazine | Nicola Formichetti Interview

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The New York Times magazine, T, has a new interview up with famed stylist Nicola Formichetti. T have taken an interesting (read: odd) angle to the interview, naming him ‘Mr. Gaga’, ignoring that he’s been working with her for relatively…

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Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

Monday, May 25th, 2009

10:30 am

Telegraph | Inside Nicola Formichetti’s House

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Nicola Formichetti turns us onto a Telegraph piece where they tour his house and interview him. The Selby-esque piece asks the renowned stylist some interesting questions about his background, views on fashion and his toy collection. An interesting insight into…

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Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

8:46 pm

Nicola Formichetti for UNIQLO “Nicopanda” T-Shirts

Selectism - Nicola Formichetti for UNIQLO "Nicopanda" T-Shirts

Dazed & Confused’s creative director, Nicola Formichetti has his hands dirty in everything from editorial to styling. Now, he dips his hands into more “screened” design graphics with this series of t-shirts for UNIQLO’s “Stylist” collaborations. The “Nicopanda” graphic which pulls influence from…

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