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ROBERT GELLER
A/W 2016

Robert Geller is the German born, New York City designer that gives a much needed kick to American menswear each season.

ROCHAMBEAU
F/W 2016

Laurence Chandler and Joshua Cooper, the creative design duo behind New York City menswear label Rochambeau.

KENNETH NING
F/W 2016

CARLOS CAMPOS
F/W 2016

DUCKIE BROWN
F/W 2016

DEVON HALFNIGHT LEFLUFY
F/W 2016

STAMPD
F/W 2016

SIKI IM + DEN IM
F/W 2016

AUDREY KITCHING
A NEW LOOK

DATED VINTAGE
MENSWEAR

THE BLONDS
S/S 2016

GEORGINE
S/S 2016

BLAZING BLAZERS
MAX VON ISSER

ERIN FETHERSTON
S/S 2016

UP ALL NIGHT
GUSTAVO SANCHES

REBEL NIGHT
HULA ROCK VOL 2

DUCKIE BROWN
S/S 2016

CARLOS CAMPOS
S/S 2016

THE OUTSIDER
DIEGO VILLARREAL

CHROMAT
F/W 2015

The Fall/Winter 2015 Chromat collection by designer Becca McCharen.

MARIMEKKO
BOLD

  • Opening spread for MARIMEKKO: A Day in the Park, a women's editorial photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • A 1960's inspired Marimekko women's editorial, photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine in New York City.
  • A vintage inspired women's editorial with Marimekko clothing, photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • A Day in The Park, a Marimekko inspired women's editorial for Ponyboy Magazine in New York City, photographed by Alexander Thompson.
  • A model in a Marimekko dress, photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine in New York City.
  • A model holds a Marimekko floral umbrella, photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine in New York City.
  • Marimekko: A Day in the Park, photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • A 1960's inspired editorial exclusively using Marimekko clothing, photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Ponyboy Magazine's Marimekko homage women's editorial, photographed by Alexander Thompson in New York City.

MARIMEKKO

A DAY IN THE PARK

Ponyboy’s latest women’s editorial is an homage to one of our favorite Finnish designers, Marimekko. For this story we had stylist Xina Giatas pull bold and vivid styles to dress our beautiful 16 year old model. Xina mixed oversized and bright jewelry from designers such as Monet and Kenneth Jay Lane, complimenting the classic A-line shifts that were a trademark look for the label, especially in the 1960’s. The Helsinki based brand has experienced a huge resurgence in popularity, making it’s mark as a lifestyle brand with it’s signature graphic prints in both home furnishings and women’s fashions.

THE BLONDS
A/W 2014

  • Designer Phillipe Blonde opens The Blonds A/W 2014 Collection at Milk Studios. Photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Models walk the runway at Milk Studios during NYFW, at The Blonds A/W 2014 Collection. Photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Over-the-top corseted bodysuits at The Blonds A/W 2014 runway show in New York City. Photographed for Ponyboy Magazine by Alexander Thompson.
  • The latest A/W 2014 creations by The Blonds, photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Elaborately corseted bodysuits at The Blonds A/W 2014 runway collection. Photographed for Ponyboy Magazine by Alexander Thompson at Milk Studios in Manhattan.
  • The Blonds A/W 2014 runway collection photographed by Alexander Thompson during NYFW for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Elaborate prints on the runway at The Blonds A/W 2014 presentation at Milk Studios in New York City. Photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Runway creations by The Blonds, A/W 2014. Photographed at Milk Studios in New York City by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Finale at The Blonds A/W 2014 Collection, photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Patent leather jacket at The Blonds A/W 2014 Collection in New York City. Photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • A model shows off her elaborately painted nails at The Blonds A/W 2014 fashion show. Photograph taken for Ponyboy Magazine by Alexander Thompson.
  • A model waits to get her wig finished backstage at The Blonds A/W 2014 Collection in New York City, photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Severely cut blonde wigs, backstage at The Blonds A/W 2014 show. Photographed for Ponyboy Magazine by Alexander Thompson.
  • Models in first looks, backstage at The Blonds A/W 2014 show. Photographed at Milk Studios in Downtown Manhattan by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Very severe bangs backstage at The Blonds A/W 2014 Collection. Photographed by Alexander Thompson in New York City for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Beautiful Asian models, backstage at The Blonds A/W 2014 show. Photograph for Ponyboy Magazine by Alexander Thompson.
  • Beautiful blonde models photographed by Alexander Thompson, backstage at The Blonds A/W 2014 fashion show. Photographed for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • A model gets her wig hair sprayed at The Blonds A/W 2014 runway show. Photographed for Ponyboy Magazine by Alexander Thompson in New York City.
  • A model waits to get her hair sprayed at The Blonds A/W 2014 show, image by Ponyboy Magazine photographer Alexander Thompson.
  • Extreme bangs backstage at The Blonds A/W 2014 runway presentation at Milk Studios. Photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Phillipe Blonde at The Blonds A/W 2014 show, photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine.

THE BLONDS

FEMME FELINE FATALE

MEOW! The Blonds A/W 2014 Collection at Milk Studios in New York City paid homage to Cat Woman and other comic book villains, with co-designer Phillipe Blond opening the show in the tightest glittery catsuit with matching whip. The looks, clearly not daywear, are best suited for spectacular performances by pop stars and show girls. So it’s no surprise that Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce and Miley Cyrus have all sported designs by The Blonds. Standout pieces included a corseted bodysuit made out of whips, a pink 50’s inspired full-skirted coat dress with kittens and spray paint, and a white gown with huge shoulder pads and a glittery oversized mouth. And we can’t forget the mirrored cat shoulder pieces! The make-up and hair were classic over-the-top “BLONDS”. MAC cosmetics genius Kabuki glued pre-cut paper eyebrows on each model for a dramatic effect, which went wisely with the severely cut blonde bangs and long bumped falls. And we also must make note of the most extreme nail art on this planet. We see The Blonds as the love child of legendary designers Bob Mackie and Thierry Mugler, which would only make for a beautiful creation. This show was all about nightclub fun, with perfectly curated music provided by DJ/Artist Scott Ewalt, adding to the over-the-top festivies. And of course the amazing Amanda Lepore was there! Photography Alexander Thompson.