The New Issue Of ffw Mag! Heads North


The new issue of ffw Mag! which hit newsstands last week features the most brilliantly styled fall editorial I have seen in a Brazilian publication yet this season. The story was photographed entirely in studio by Zee Nunes and André Katopodis, features only two models, and is a little too dark for my personal taste, but the styling by Paulo Martinez is impeccable, showcasing only the best pieces from the fall collections in the country.

I scanned a few pictures from the main fashion spread and the cover. View them after the jump. 

90 Pages Of Fashion By Cristiano Madureira in ffw mag!


The 90-page story shot entirely by Cristiano Madureira in the new issue of ffw mag! is one of the best things ever published in a Brazilian fashion magazine. From the casting to the styling to hair and make up, everything about it is impeccable. View more scans after the jump.

A Carnival Fashion Story


The latest issue of ffw mag! features an editorial preview of the costumes designed by Paulo Menezes for samba school Porto da Pedra, which will be paying an homage to fashion during Carnival in Rio next month. The spread was photographed by Bob Wolfenson and styled by Paulo Martinez. View more scans after the jump.

Imagine If John And Yoko Had Landed In Rio


From the twisted and insanely brilliant mind of stylist Paulo Martinez comes yet another genius story from the latest issue of ffw mag!: John Lennon and Yoko Ono vacationing in Rio de Janeiro. View more scans of the editorial after the jump.

Caroline Ribeiro In ffw Mag!


The latest issue of ffw Mag! is dedicated to the northern state of Pará, and features nothing less than a 50-page story with Caroline Ribeiro photographed by Gui Paganini and styled by Paulo Martinez. It is my favorite editorial Caroline has shot all year.

View more scans of the story after the jump.

That's How You Develop A Military Fetish


I know I have been going on and on about the Erotica issue of ffw Mag!, but it is only because I think it is the best fashion magazine published in Brazil this year, and you guys should be able to have access to some of the editorials.

The military menswear story was inspired by Butt and Kaiserin, and it is sexy and a little camp at the same time. It is also photographer Gui Paganini's best work this year. View more scans after the jump.

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