In the contents of Numéro Homme 39 with the theme of “families”:

 

An encounter with the top model Natalia “Supernova” Vodianova and her son Lucas Portman; a portrait of Robert Pattinson, one of the most exacting actors of his generation; the brothers Humberto and Fernando Campana, international stars of the design world enraptured with their native Brazil; an immersion into the corridors of the California State Prison of Los Angeles, where former gang members dance in front of the artistic photographer Pieter Hugo’s lens; a portrait of the Schneidersiblings, from the actor Niels to the musician Aliocha; a series of exclusive Polaroids by the superstar photographer and make-up artist Stéphane Marais; the artistic directors (and twin brothers) of the label Dsquared2, Dean and Dan Caten, photographed by the mischievous artist Maurizio Cattelan; and exclusive fashion shoots by Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Martin Parr, Dominique Issermann, Alex Antitch and Erwan Frotin.

 

Discover Numéro Homme 39 on news-stands and the iPad from March 2nd.