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Riffing off the theme of one of our favorite books to peruse while in line at Urban Outfitters, “Hot Guys and Baby Animals”, one inspired blogger has gone and created a Tumblr exclusively devoted to pairing adorable kittens with their doppelganger eye candy.
If we had longer arms, we’d reach right across the Atlantic and give the Observer a high five for their latest feature: a lengthy profile and photo spread starring Casey Legler, the first woman ever to be signed to the men’s board at Ford Models.
For the first time in its history, Calvin Klein will running a commercial during the Super Bowl. And of course, since this is the year’s most watched event, the execs at Calvin Klein are capitalizing on sex appeal more than ever. Kate Up-who?
Abercrombie & Fitch has been involved in a good number of legal troubles and angry demonstrations, was named one of the worst companies by Corporate Responsibility, and Brits even protested the retailer’s new Savile Row store. So the latest news about the CEO’s sketchy requirements for male “models” on Abercrombie’s corporate jet hardly raises our eyebrows, but is fascinating nonetheless.
To keep America’s Next Top Model interesting, Tyra Banks has decided to cast male models in the 20th cycle.
A bikini-clad model strutting her stuff in a car commercial is nothing new. But in Toyota‘s latest ad for its Auris, which is international speak for Corolla, that bikini babe happens to be androgynous male Stav Strashko. Move over, Andrej Pejic.
Inspiration can come from anywhere — books, movies, music, or whathaveyou. Well, for its latest editorial, Interview was inspired by Grindr, the GPS-enabled hookup app for gay men.
Inside the actress talks acne, life in Paris, and how her close friend Demi Moore is holding up.
We already knew male models were hilariously awkward, so we didn’t think they’d be all that insightful when it came to interpersonal relationships. Turns out we were sort of wrong.
Back in January, we couldn’t get enough of Justin Wu‘s footage of dude models lip-syncing to the Dandy Warhols. Well, we also love Wu’s second video, in which fashion’s finest male specimens channel Zoolander‘s Orange Mocha Frappuccino-loving friends once again.
Male models have been known to do some pretty silly stuff on camera, but standing around being really, really uncomfortable is not one of them. Because the guys are basically paid to exude nothing but cool, it’s a little weird to see them be so painfully awkward. And yet, in this video of the guys Ford Models hired to walk during the spring/summer 2012 runway shows in Brazil, that’s pretty much all that’s happening.
Let’s be honest: one of the main reasons so many people went and saw the movie Fight Club is because they were promised shirtless Brad Pitt and Jared Leto. So is it any surprise that in reality, one of the sports world’s burgeoning pastimes is an underground boxing club whose members are either male models or are trying to break into the modeling industry?
Zoolander may be one of our favorite fashion films (and the subject of a hotly anticipated sequel!), but David Gandy doesn’t like the movie’s characterization of male models. As such, the world’s most beautiful shy guy had some things to say about how dude models are perceived.
So. A source (whatever that means these days) has confirmed to People and Page Six and all the other important celebrity gossip rags that Kim Kardashian is dating Halle Berry‘s male model ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry. We thought it was the season to be jolly, but apparently it’s just the season for beautiful women to upgrade their old stock.
There’s really no getting around the fact that model David Gandy is a good looking guy. He is professionally attractive, after all. But for all his meticulously cultivated facial hair, natural good looks and a stomach that looks like a supple leather bag full of warm stones, the model just can’t talk to women.
In this weekend’s Sunday Styles, Guy Trebay investigates the evolving look of that enigmatic creature known as the male model. We’ve long held the belief that male models, well, looked a lot like female models. For as long as we can remember, designers have opted to use young, skinny boys in their shows and campaigns — and while we love a little adrogyny, it’s nice to see some variety come into play.
Have you ever wondered what it really takes to be a model — other than winning the genetic lottery, that is? Well, in the case of Olympic fencer Tim Morehouse, even his athletic prowess and virile good looks were not enough. Morehouse, who was recently signed by Wilhelmina and already has one diet-food endorsement under his belt, had to lose 15 pounds, get his eyebrows threaded, embrace the spray tan, and put his very chest hair on the line. We wish we were joking.
It’s the health discovery heard ’round the world — in the BCBGs, the Nordstroms, the lifestyle shopping centers popping up on every corner of suburbia — and it’s making us realize why the caged bird sings. Okay, not really, but we are starting to make sense of the boyfriends and brothers who sit gloomily in loveseats and on benches of retail stores everywhere.
There’s a reason that Karl Lagerfeld loves Baptiste Giabiconi so much, and it’s also why he’s the highest ranked male model on our Power Grid. The answer: he’s amazing. And now the 20-year-old Frenchman is now being featured in April’s L’Officiel Hommes China — on their cover and in a 10-page and musically-inspired spread, in which he poses as rock icons like Jim Morrison, David Bowie, and in drag as Lady Gaga.