men's fashion week with manifesto

Jonathan Yee is the dashingly handsome, incredibly stylish Fashion Director behind fantastic unisex fashion publication Manifesto.  He is known for his impeccable, chic and sleek style and has been photographed by #1 street style photographer Tommy Ton on countless occasions.  His editorials for Manifesto are some of the sleekest most well-polished stories we have come across in Asia, let alone internationally, and has worked with top Asian models such as Ming Xi and Shu Pei, to name but a few.  Jonathan was recently at the shows for Men's Fashion Week 2013 and kindly put together an exclusive Day In The Life photo journal for Electric sekki.  Scroll through to follow Jonathan during a day in the fabulous life as the Fashion Director at Manifesto magazine.

Manifesto Fashion Director Jonathan Yee looking sharp, photo by Tommy Ton.

Manifesto Fashion Director Jonathan Yee in action, photo by Tommy Ton.

Jonathan interviewing designer Neil Barrett backstage after his show.

Dazzling gold threaded embroidered slippers from Giuseppe Zanotti

Bally celebrates the Mount Everest boot this year.

Bally’s deer skin leather coats and shoes.

At the Burberry showroom.

My post show moment with Tomas Maier; he took something out from the pocket of his jeans and gave me an intrecciato tie pin that was just used in his show...priceless

Statement coats at Burberry Prorsum.

Burberry’s new leather sling bag with their latest iPad mini cover & iPhone cover. Sorry, the leopard print sunglasses are a runway piece only!

With Jimmy Choo’s creative directors Sandra Choi & Simon Holloway.

Fendi’s voluptuous fur coat. Silva Fendi drew inspiration from Nordic fisherman; she explains that fur is one a primitive material for extreme weather garments.

Jil Sander's stark white quiet venue with her models marching through durning the finale.

Tod’s new men’s stripe personalization program. 

Tim Blanks chatting with Silva Fendi backstage. 

Loving Gucci’s powder blue topcoat.

At the Fendi show venue. Models constantly loop around the raw industrial space.

Hong Kong fashion icon & lyricist Wyman Wong walked the catwalk at Vivienne Westwood!

A visually-arresting crimson red look styled with an elongated scarf at Z Zegna.

One of Jonathan's favourite looks at fashion week, in a Z Zegna topcoat, H&M merino wool turtleneck and Club Monaco corduroy camouflage pants.


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1 comment:

Alyssa William said...

Threaded embroidered slippers?, do people really wear them, i don't think so as i haven't seen anyone wearing such kind of things.

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