Renauld White, Eric Milon and Michael Schoeffling for GQ 82 by Gordon Munro

"The Splashy Seventies"
Year: Fall/Winter 1982, October
Models: Renauld White, Eric Milon, Michael Schoeffling, a male model and a female model.
Ph: Gordon Munro
Fashion: Robert Lighton, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Margaret Howell
Grooming: Oribe for Garren NY
Make-Up: Rose Bonamo


Anonymous said...

Ah, the strange early 80s. This one seems particularly haunted by the grotesque 1970s, given the odd prologue text, though even more peculiar seeing that the ad is already two years into the 1980s. The early 1980s indeed seemed 'sober', as concerns about the economy and nuclear tensions with Russia were mounting. But no fear. They would only have to wait a few more years until Reagan's landslide 1984 win would solidify the rest of the decade with confidence and stability...including a healthy stock market and the explosion of white, urban, upper-middle class yuppie culture. Note a smoldering Michael Schoeffling, who would go on, fittingly, to portray the object of Molly Ringwald's affection in 1984's Sixteen Candles.

Johec said...

loving your wordy and interesting comments, you really know your thing! I'm learning and taking notes ;)

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