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Max Rendell, Oliver Greenall, Anthon Wellsjo, Benoni Loos & Charlie J are Somber Souls for Exit Magazine
Monochrome Models–Revealing a more austere and minimalist side of menswear, photographer Mel Bles and stylist Jason Hughes collaborate for Exit Magazine’s latest editorial. Dressed in sleek lines and architectural silhouettes, models Max Rendell (Elite London), Oliver Greenall (Elite London), Anthon Wellsjo ...
Leisure Lines–Photographed by Alastair Strong, Elite London newcomer Max Rendell strikes a series of strong poses for the cover story of Volt Man magazine. Combining sharp tailoring with leisure-inspired pieces, stylist Jason Hughes masters a dreamy feat.
Cover Moment–Promising Elite London up and comer Max Rendell covers the latest issue of Volt Man, photographed by Alastair Strong and styled by Jason Hughes in a spring look from Prada.
Mr. b–Elite London model Lowell Tautchin steps into a wardrobe of b store staples, ranging from Our Legacy to Opening Ceremony for a new story styled by Jason Hughes. Appearing in b magazine, Lowell sits for a clean series captured by the lens of Andrew Vowles.
Sleek on Parade–Laurence Ellis photographs Elite London model Max Rendell for the latest edition of b Magazine. Pegged as a newcomer to watch with prized bookings coming in the immediate future, Max takes to a clean editorial, styled by Jason Hughes in minimalist garments from the likes of Tim Soar and Paul Smith.
Saturation Point–Following in the footsteps of his older brother, Fernando Cabral is quickly coming into his own, gracing the cover of the latest edition of b Magazine. Photographed by Willem Jaspert and styled by Jason Hughes, the Fusion model dons a colorful knit for a welcomed prelude to the new issue, which comes ...