Weekly Instagram Roundup: Neil Barrett, Nicola Formichetti, and More
This week’s complete social snapshot, distilled for your pleasure.
From the hottest celebrity parties to the regretful morning-after shots, ESSENTIAL HOMME‘s Weekly Instagram Roundup brings all of the hottest designer, model, and trendsetting pics from the week directly to you. After all, no one has time to scroll through anything but the best.
After announcing a war torn collaboration with United Arrows & Sons, STAMPD founder Chris Stamp shared this behind the scenes glimpse at his CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund runway, premiering in Los Angeles with a who’s-who of fashion attendees.
Though Justin Timberlake may have found himself in hot water this week post-voting selfie, Neil Barrett threw it back to the performer’s recent Netflix concert special, Justin Timberlake + the Tennessee Kids, with a quick clip featuring the brand’s classic suits – a more traditional fare compared to the English brand’s geometric Men’s Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 runway.
Kris Van Assche
Proving there truly is no rest for the weary, Hedi Slimane-protégé and Dior Homme Creative Director Kris Van Assche snapped a sneaky pic in the newly revamped Dior offices on Sunday, channeling the noir spirit of the French fashion house’s recently released Spring 2017 campaign.
Giorgio Armani sat on the lush leather couches of his freshly revamped namesake Armani/Privé Club, modeling the hotspot’s new luxe look and joined by 2manydjs/Soulwax, prior to their bringing down the house at the Milan club scene magnet.
Diesel brought grit, gold, and chains to Shanghai for the brand’s China capsule collection with singer/actor William Chan. Artistic director Nicola Formichetti was onsite to provide a glimpse of the striking line and continue his globetrotting role as a public face for the Italian label.
Rising artist Romon Yang (Rostarr) shared a slick shot of his new collaboration with Nike, Run NYC. The dizzying graphics and streetwear savvy make this new release the hottest workout item this side of the Hudson.