Shameless: Suitsupply and Carli Hermes, Something for Master.

Maybe the Mens Warehouse should look at different ways of advertising .
Your gonna look good I guarantee it.

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Suit Supply Shameless-III-campagne-voor-2010Suitsupply is a men’s fashion brand founded in 2000 by Fokke de Jong in Amsterdam. Suitsupply is a vertically integrated company with stores in the Netherlands, the United States, the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany Belgium, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus and China. They are known for choosing unconventional retail locations where they sell both ready-to-wear (starting at $350) and ‘cut-to-the-bone’, where suits are made off-site after measurements are taken at 70 different points around your body.

You’d expect a Dutch company to have fairly liberal attitudes and Suitsupply is well-known for their risqué photography and advertising campaigns.  Carli Hermes (1963, Schijndel) has shot all the Suitsupply campaigns since 2004. He is one of the best photographers in the Netherlands. His photographs are enticing, exciting, confrontational and alienating. The photos are edited so that they evoke the feeling of a surreal dream, a dream of perfection.

Some of the Suitsupply campaigns have caused a stir, such as Shameless, Ambition and Not Dressing…

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4 Responses to “Shameless: Suitsupply and Carli Hermes, Something for Master.”

  1. littlebopeep12 Says:

    How about”You’re going to get some, I guarantee it”?

  2. Beautiful photography that reminds me of the “porno chique” made by Helmut Newton, Voque photographer. Always been a huge fan of his work.

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