A Guide To Fetish

Patrick Mettraux GT Magazine, 2010

Of course, I have only picked a personal selection of preferences including nose, armpits and latex in no particular order. Rather more practical than a gift guide, I guess.


Autumn Romance

1. Bruce Weber Vogue Italia, 2003
2. Jürgen Teller Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2006

In the woods, on the ground. Dirty grounds, dirty minds. Two bears on one bear. A boy and a goat. More than plushophilia, it's naturalist romance.


Polaroids, Photography & Action

1. Raf Simons Redux 2005
2. Versus Spring/Summer 2017
3. Wolfgang Tillmans Untitled, 2012

I do own that book. And many more. The art of pairing imagery. The craft of collecting imagery. The burden of keeping imagery. Stored, saved and remembered. Remember this.


Strike A Page

or 'The 10 Best (Gay) Magazine Covers Of All Time Horstery'

10. The Male Embrace - Colors, 1998

9. The Gay Family - BUTT, 2009

8. The Straight Issue - xy, 1998

7. The First Lick - Honcho, 1979

6. The Chest - Arena Homme Plus, 2005

5. The Beast - Arena Homme Plus, 2007

4. The Animal Lover/Escapist - Fantastic Man, 2006

3. The Boycrush - i-D, 2015

2. The Kiss Of Death - Vogue Hommes International, 2005

1. Genitalia - rediviva, 2013


House of Surprise

1. Lutz Huelle Spring/Summer 2017

2. Junya Watanabe Spring/Summer 2017

3. Olivier Theyskens Spring/Summer 2017

While the big names (Gucci, Comme des Garcons, Dries van Noten) disappointed with bland re-editions, the ones less discussed and praised set themselves apart to built their own empires and hopefully a new fashion canon.