Sunday, February 28, 2010

The Bowler Hat

The Bowler Hat, or Derby, as it is known in the United States, comes from... where else? London. First seen in 1850 as the creation of George and James Lock, this fun shape was meant to be used as a hard hat for the horse-riding set. Yawn! In a short while it became de riguer  at horsey events of the aformentioned milieu.  Muïo-Bix loves wearing his fully aware of the fact that he is taking it out of this, shall we say stagnant context, and wearing it with his BillyBoy* print shirt and his handsome face down the streets of any city center. 

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Casual Day

Muïo-Bix is the boy-next-door in his original overalls and a black felt baseball cap. In the background, his friend and personal trainer, Zhdrick, looks on.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Manly Portraits

The close-up of the very handsome Muïo-Bix face reveals the fine sculpting and keen understanding of bone structure.

Their masculinity is undeniable as well as their depth of thought and emotions.

The young men captivate with their longing looks as well as with their defiant gazes.