Laid Bare

The latest edition of Slurp, focuses on the male supermodel. Saverio Cardia takes 12 of male modeling’s brightest stars and captures them in a series of black and white images that are earnest and engaging. Josh Beech, Vincent LaCrocq, Clement Chabernaud, Danny Beaucham, Lars Burmeister, Julian Hennig, Ollie Edwards, Govan Baird, Matt Loewen, Travis Hanson, Michael Camiloto & Jonathan Hubert are all photographed in their most natural state. No styling, no special effects, no excess – nothing but the unrestrained beauty of the male form.

Josh

Danny & Lars

Clement

Govan & Matt

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Julien

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Travis &  Michael

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Ollie

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Vincent & Jonathan

Images courtesy of  dmanagement milan.

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22 Comments
  1. Beautiful beautiful!
    The guys look gorgeous, i think we need one editorial like that every once in a while!

  2. Ads rarely if ever identify the models so here it would be great if instead of using terms such as “supermodel” and “brightest stars” you could simply list the last two or three print campaigns each guy shot to earn him supermodel/ brightest star status and be featured in this editorial. You could even post the tears for each model to demonstrate the difference between the ad photos and these neutral B&W’s.

  3. Dennis when you click on the models name it leads you to their database page wherein their last campaigns and editorials are listed complete with pictures.

  4. “and not one man of color got this gets old!!!!”

    So get over it. People get tired of affirmative action everywhere anyway. The money is in the white market.

  5. The Biggest Star of Male Modelling right now is Kerry Degman. I know he might be commercial, but He’s sooo hot and everywhere…..I am obssess with Kerry!!!

  6. …love Matt and Vincent, and glad to see Michael Camiloto again, not seen much of him in the last couple of seasons…

  7. Jason: “So get over it. People get tired of affirmative action everywhere anyway. The money is in the white market.”
    _____

    And racists like you, Jason, are exactly why racism is still a problem today – both in the modeling field as well as in the entire country. Attitudes that suggest you don’t care if everyone can play, as long as you get your predominant share. I’m glad there are others in the field working for diversity – which you mistakenly call “affirmative action”.

  8. “Attitudes that suggest you don’t care if everyone can play, as long as you get your predominant share”

    I don’t care about a “predominant share,” but I also do not care for giving a job to a black man simply because he’s black. Fashion is not charity. And even if it were, charity is freely given by CHOICE, and should not be expected or required just because you think that black people deserve it simply by virtue of their skin color.
    It’s not a conspiracy by the modeling world to not give jobs to black people; it is that the designers, as human beings all do, have their preference for what they want their brand’s image to look like. I for one am SICK AND TIRED of some black people always feeling like it is the white man’s job to lower the bar or change their standards in order to “help” the “poor brotha.” Black people as a culture in general need to start helping themselves and stop seeing themselves as a victim.

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