Photographer João Arraes was backstage at the Reserva fall/ winter 2011 show yesterday, and sent Made In Brazil some exclusive pictures of Evandro Soldati, Francisco Lachowski, and Max Motta. If the boys happen to look a little weird, it is probably because of the make up of the show, which was supposed to make them look old.
View more pictures after the jump.
As I mentioned before, the second issue of Made In Brazil Magazine is different from the first one in the sense that it features several stories by different photographers, stylists, and even illustrators. I was reluctant at first to sign on a fashion story for the second issue because I want the focus of the publication to be on the boys and not clothes, but after looking at the images styled by my friend Heleno Manoel and shot by Hugo Toni, I am glad we ended up producing a collections editorial. It turned out really fresh and sexy, which is how I see the magazine, and it opened the door to possibly producing more fashion stories on Brazilian designers in upcoming issues.
Made In Brazil Magazine #2 is available at madeinbrazilmag.com and at Livraria Cultura in São Paulo, Recife, Brasília, and Porto Alegre.
Gostoso, the one stop shop for everything Brazilian on the Pines, put together a fashion show to present the fall 2010 collections from Alexandre Herchcovitch, Osklen, and Reserva, which are now available at the store. Watch it in the video below.