Five Photographers who capture Perfection by Alexander Jaime




Mr. Mario Testino

Mr. Mario Testino a Peruvian fashion and portrait photographer. His work has featured internationally in magazines such as Vogue, V Magazine, Vanity Fair and GQ. He has also created images for brands such as Gucci, Burberry, Versace, Michael Kors, Chanel. Alongside being a photographer, Testino has also worked as a creative director, guest editor, museum founder, art collector/collaborator and entrepreneur. 


Mr. Herb Ritts

Mr. Herb Ritts was an American fashion photographer who concentrated on black-and-white photography and portraits, often in the style of classical Greek sculpture. He published many books on photography for fashion designers including, Giorgio Armani, Chanel, Versace, Calvin Klein, Cartier, TAG Heuer, Gianfranco Ferré and Valentino to name a few, and is well know for directing iconic music videos for Madonna, Janet and Michael Jackson.


Mr. Bruce Weber

Mr. Bruce Weber is an American fashion photographer and occasional filmmaker known for his ad campaigns for Abercrombie & Fitch, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Pirelli, and Versace, as well as his editorial work for Vogue, GQ, Vanity Fair, Elle, Life, Interview, and Rolling Stone magazines.


Mr. Milan Vukmirovik

Mr. Milan Vukmirovik is a man of many hats. journalist, photographer, stylist and currently creative director giving Ports 1961 menswear its sleek simplicity. He gets his inspiration from music, the street, contemporary culture. "Fashion is a condensation of the era in which we live."


Mr. Mariano Vivanco

Mariano Vivanco is a Peruvian fashion photographer. Mariano has become one of the world's leading editorial photographers, regularly shooting for Vogue, Muse Magazine, Dazed & Confused, Vogue Hommes, Numéro Homme, i-D, Man of the World and Hercules to name a few. He published books in collaboration with Dolce and Gabbana and model David Gandy as well.


Perfect Trends 2015 – Men's Hair by Alexander Jaime


So your not quite sure if you are hipster or preppy? We have put together a short Trend Report of the modern hairstyles that keep you looking perfect in any climate.


This style defines the guy who likes balance and a little bit of flare. Something that can be worn with the most discerning sharp suit, but come the weekend when the ripped jeans and white v-neck is called upon it adapts.


Don’t be fooled by the softer look.. you still can be a ball buster … but commit to it. Classic parted high sheen/shine. Good clipper work on the bottom of the head leading up to a nice proportion of hair on top. This can be worn in all directions. Best styled when dry avoid the mobsterlook. Be it a polo or a cracking collar this haircut will get people taking you seriously.  A touch of facial hair on this one could be the winner.. but don’t go overbeard….


Well the curls can get the girls.. you don’t need a guitar and a motor bike, the right amount of shape and balance you could pull off a larger curl all over, or try a classic cut on the underneath with a slight build up of weighted curls on top.. Product is key... layer layer, layer that product and style it like you don’t care... you might just pull it off.


Tight, short but not completely rude. High quality haircut not just with clippers, but to actually work with the shape of your head. Faded our lines and impeccable tapers. The  slightest increase in length but still keeping a curved edge through the round of the head leading to the top. Dry finish, matt paste and waxes.  Respect your look and keep this trimmed every 3-4 weeks.