Essential Homme

Cameron Dallas and Brandon Flowers for ESSENTIAL HOMME August/September 2017 in Two Special Covers

Image: Austin Hargrave and Nik Hartley for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

Cameron Dallas and Brandon Flowers star on two special covers for the August/September 2017 edition of ESSENTIAL HOMME.



Image: Nao Fujishiro for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

MOST WANTED (pg. 28) features the ten most desired items you must have this season, a series of bags, fragrances, lenses, and more, from the likes of Burberry, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Dior Homme.

Image: Nao Fujishiro for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

NEW ARRIVALS (pg. 50) details the latest collaborations and launches in fashion and art, including Haider Ackermann’s Berluti footwear debut, Kenzo’s anniversary collection, and Moncler’s joint outerwear with Craig Green.

"Image: Berluti.

Image: Kenzo.

Image: Moncler x Craig Green.

SCENE (pg. 56) From daytime jaunts to after-hour evenings, our favorite summer flings favored smiles from cheek to cheek.

Image: BFA NYC.

Image: BFA NYC.

Selected features include:

  • QUIET LULL (pg. 38) On untouched lands, time moves slowly if at all as we drop down our guards.

Image: Ryan Plett for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • CHECK OUT (pg. 60) Do plaid better. These brazen and bold combos bring freshness to time old tartan.

Image: A.P. Kim for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • THE FLANEUR (pg. 72) Captivated by simple discoveries, on and on he went, no stranger to the gift of solitude.

Image: Christopher Ferguson for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • CHORUS LINE (pg. 82) This fall, stick with all the classics. Strong textures like corduroy and velvet and ashen-colored hues, when combined, recall an uncomplicated coolness.

Image: Daniel Clavero for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • CONVERSATIONS (pg. 94) Shameik Moore talks film and fate with the fashion designers of Death to Tennis, William Watson and Vincent Oshin.

Image: Vincent Dilio for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • BOILING POINT (pg. 100) Off-White’s Virgil Abloh exhibits his most important show at Pitti Uomo 92 in Florence, Italy.

Image: Fabien Montique for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • COLLATERAL SPIRIT (pg. 106) Paula Gerbase continues John Lobb’s sartorial reign.

Image: Ben Benoliel for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • TOUR DE L’HISTOIRE (pg. 112) An intimate look at the Baccarat factory, where special edition crystal has been crafted for the past 250 years.

Image: Kevin Sinclair for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • AGAIN THE MAN (pg. 122) Ahead of The Killers’ new album, Brandon Flowers considers his past, present, and future.

Image: Nik Hartley for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

Image: Nik Hartley for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • DOUBLE TAP (pg. 132) After viral success, social wonderboy Cameron Dallas finds new fame offline.

Image: Austin Hargrave for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

Image: Austin Hargrave for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • WHEN DARKNESS FALLS (pg. 148) Somber but not dramatic, this season’s most compelling designers take nuance seriously.

Image: Kevin Sinclair for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • THE DO-OVER (pg. 160) Feeling exposed after months of soaking up the sun, sand, and surf? Consider this reparative routine a big boost for fall.

Image: A.P. Kim for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • NEW NOTES (pg. 162) Not ready to commit to a new fall fragrance? Redolent salves, soaps, and creams are a far more subtle way to wear scent as summer becomes autumn.

Image: Nao Fujishiro for ESSENTIAL HOMME.

  • HEART OF PARIS (pg. 164) After an expansive four-year renovation, the iconic Hôtel de Crillon returns more decadent than ever.

Image: Hôtel de Crillon.

The August/September 2017 issue of ESSENTIAL HOMME magazine is available for purchase online today and on international newsstands as of September 5, 2017.

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About ESSENTIAL HOMME magazine:
ESSENTIAL HOMME is a US-based bi-monthly style source for affluent, successful, and fashion-forward men who are passionate about high quality, high-end luxury fashion. ESSENTIAL HOMME has been published since 2010, and past cover stars include the likes of Theo James, Michael Shannon, Luke Evans, Adrian Grenier, Tinashe, Alexander Wang, Daniel Radcliffe, Future, Hugh Dancy, Theophilus London, Sullivan Stapleton, Kellan Lutz, and Ian Somerhalder.