L’HOMME SL Magazine March 2013 issues brings out focus to Asian designers, both in real life and second life.
Zachary is in the Hot List this month with Miss Mavi Beck
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Too Sexy Magazine December 2012
Photography: Julie Hastings
L’Homme Magazine SL Dec/Jan 2013 embraces the festive month of December with it’s One Year Anniversary edition. Looking back at 2012 and more important, looking forward to another year of bringing you the best in male fashion and styling. We are proud to have found the creme de la creme of male stylists in the L’Homme Fall 2012 Casting, who will without a doubt will amaze you with their styles in “Runway Report”. Cold as Ice certainly did not apply to the stylists in the Winter Couture Editorial “Winter Chills” and “Seasons Greetings” spread is set to warm your hearts. All this and more in the latest issue of L’Homme.
Was honoured when Fro and Persi wanted me to helm the men’s segment in the “Have Yourself a New Stylish Christmas” spread this issue. Checkkk checkkk ittt outtt~
Styling and Photography by Zachary Zufreur
“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Special thanks to all my bosses , friends and family at BOSL, Avenue, BeStyle Magazine, Trend Magazine, ICON Magazine, TOO Sexy Magazine, L’accessoires, GizzA, Bliss Couture, Solidea Folies, Face Paint, Dura, KMADD, E-Clipse, Epicosity, SHIKI, Nyu, Gabriel, LWL and L’HOMME Magazine SL. It has been a joy working you every single one of you over the past year. Thank you for adhering to my crazy RL schedule for deadlines and photoshoots. It’s been a pleasure.. To all my L’Homme staff, thank you for being part of this journey with me. L’HOMME magazine would not be possible without ALL your support. Every single page, every styling is important. Thanks for being part of the team and hope you’ll continue to work well with the new management.
Happy Thanksgiving <3
Photography by Petra Messioptra
Just realised I haven’t posted this. Natzuka materialized my vision for this spread, a mix of wonderland, tim burton with halloween blended seamlessly into one of my favorite spreads in L’HOMME history. It’s little moments like these that keep me smiling, pushing me on to bring fresh ideas and concepts to the grid. That, in addition to the constant stream of work and endorsements that keep me so busy I do not have time to bother about losers who roam about. I’ve been hearing about some female models copying the styles of others, trying to look like some famous SL models etc. Like i said before, it’s applaudable to want to start your own projects, it’s SL after all. But stepping on others to do it, that’s just … sad.