Model of the Year Awards 2014

February 10th, 2015

Models.com 2014 Industry Awards

While the Models.com Rankings are a barometer of the industry’s favorite models, and as such are continually updated throughout the year, we felt it was time to offer a bigger picture view – Introducing the first ever Models.com Model of the Year (MOTY) Industry Awards.

The Models.com Model of the Year (MOTY) Industry Awards are the voice of over 250 voters representing a wide range of the industry’s top professionals, including many of the industry’s top stylists, designers, photographers, editors, hair and makeup artists and casting directors, and a wide range of the next generation of the industry’s emerging creative talents. Notable participants include Edward Enninful, Katie Grand, Melanie Ward, Duffy, John Pfeiffer, Anita Bitton, Andrew Weir, Angus Munro, Daniel Peddle, Bethann Hardison, Giampaolo Sgura, Melanie Huynh, Mariano Vivanco, Jeff Bark, Nicola Formichetti, Tom Van Dorpe, Pierre Debusschere, Esteban Cortazar, Sophie Theallet, Sebastian Faena, Sir John, Santiago Sierra, Benjamin Puckey, Benjamin Huseby, and many others.

Fashion’s biggest fans also got in on the fun: the Readers’ Choice section offers an up to date and often surprising selection chosen by you, the MDC readers. The people have spoken – thousands of them in fact and their choices are every bit as exciting as those provided by insiders.

The awards are broken down in 11 categories as follows:

Model of the Year Women
Model of the Year Men
Breakout Star Women
Breakout Star Men
Comeback of the Year
Social Media Star Women
Social Media Star Men
Humanitarian
Celebrity Model Women
Celebrity Model Men

Model of the Year: Women

The biggest and brightest star of 2014 aka the girl or guy who has distinguished themselves via top tier work with the best photographers, stylists and magazines, leaving the competition in the dust and standing out as the year’s foremost star.
Industry’s Vote

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Readers’ Choice

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Love Magazine Cover by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Runner Up
Industry’s Vote

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Love Magazine Cover by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Readers’ Choice

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i-D Spring 2013 by Matt Jones

All MOTY Women Nominees

Model of the Year: Men

The biggest and brightest star of 2014 aka the girl or guy who has distinguished themselves via top tier work with the best photographers, stylists and magazines, leaving the competition in the dust and standing out as the year’s foremost star.
Industry’s Vote

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H&M ad by Karim Sadli

Readers’ Choice

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Runner Up
Industry’s Vote

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Viktor & Rolf Spicebomb Fragrance by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

Readers’ Choice

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Massimo Dutti F/W 13 Campaign

All MOTY Men Nominees

Breakout Star: Women

Like model of the year, the breakout star has had a substantial presence on the modeling scene, only their careers have just begun to take off in the past several seasons. As a newcomer to the fashion industry, these rising stars have racked up coveted campaigns and impressive editorial work in a short period of time and are set to leave a lasting mark on the industry.
Industry’s Vote

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Polaroid/Women Management

Readers’ Choice

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Polaroid/The Society

Runner Up
Industry’s Vote

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Readers’ Choice

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Portrait by Jodi Jones

All Breakout Star Women Nominees

Breakout Star: Men

Like model of the year, the breakout star has had a substantial presence on the modeling scene, only their careers have just begun to take off in the past several seasons. As a newcomer to the fashion industry, these rising stars have racked up coveted campaigns and impressive editorial work in a short period of time and are set to leave a lasting mark on the industry.
Industry’s Vote

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Rollercoaster Cover by Philipp Mueller

Readers’ Choice

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Polaroid/Models.com

Runner Up
Industry’s Vote

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Cerruti Campaign by David Sims

Readers’ Choice

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Rollercoaster Cover by Philipp Mueller

All Breakout Star Men Nominees

Comeback of the Year

Absence makes the heart grow fonder and these beauties took extended breaks from the rigors of the modeling world only to return stronger than ever. Whether they opened a noteworthy show, or found themselves on the cover of a cutting-edge magazine, these comeback stars have proven themselves essential.
Industry’s Vote

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Sunday Style Cover by Beau Grealy

Readers’ Choice

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Sunday Style Cover by Beau Grealy

Runner Up
Industry’s Vote

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Vogue Germany Cover by Luigi & Iango

Readers’ Choice

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Vogue Germany Cover by Luigi & Iango

All Comeback of the Year Nominees

Social Media Star WOMEN

If the past year has taught us anything it is that every tweet, Instagram photo, and like adds up to a powerful presence within the world of fashion. These models have leveraged their followings into key bookings and heightened influence, inciting a media frenzy with each and every post.
Industry’s Vote

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Love Magazine Cover by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Readers’ Choice

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Love Magazine Cover by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Runner Up
Industry’s Vote

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Polaroid/The Society New York

Readers’ Choice

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Polaroid/The Society New York

All Social Media Star Nominees

Social Media Star MEN

If the past year has taught us anything it is that every tweet, Instagram photo, and like adds up to a powerful presence within the world of fashion. These models have leveraged their followings into key bookings and heightened influence, inciting a media frenzy with each and every post.
Industry’s Vote

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7 For All Mankind Campaign by Sebastian Faena

Readers’ Choice

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Made in Brazil by Greg Vaughan

Runner Up
Industry’s Vote

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Viktor & Rolf Spicebomb Fragrance by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

Readers’ Choice

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Viktor & Rolf Spicebomb Fragrance by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

All Social Media Star Nominees

Humanitarian

Nothing is more important than giving back to the community and during the past year these models have inspired us all by putting charity first. Devoting their time, energy and celebrity to causes big and small, these women raise awareness and bring hope to those who need it most.
Industry’s Vote

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Calvin Klein Campaign by Mario Sorrenti

Readers’ Choice

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Calvin Klein Campaign by Mario Sorrenti

Runner Up
Industry’s Vote

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Elle Italia Cover by Matt Jones

Readers’ Choice

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British Vogue by Patrick Demarchelier

All Humanitarian Nominees

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As founder of Every mother Counts, Turlington works to make pregnancy safe for every mother worldwide, raising money and awareness about maternal health programs around the globe.

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Since her brother’s diagnosis with autism, Jacquelyn has tirelessly dedicated her support to autism charities. This year she brought out the stars for A Night for Autism a silent auction benefiting Autism Speaks.

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Jourdan is an ambassador for the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America and started her own campaign #CellForGratitude to help research and find a cure, an issue very close to her heart as Jourdan’s 4 year-old son, Riley was born with Sickle Cell Disease.

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Kyleigh has been working to improve the lives of children in war torn Afghanistan since her 13th birthday. With the launch of her jewelry line, Roots of Peace, Kyleigh aims to promote a sustainable business model that will provide economic support to the Afghan people.

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As founder of the Liya Kebede Foundation Liya works to advance safe motherhood and pregnancy throughout Africa. Her clothing line LemLem also supports traditional weavers in her native Ethiopia in an effort to preserve their rich history.

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Naomi is actively involved in many charities including Fashion for Relief, Amfar and the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund, and is organizing two upcoming fund raising fashion shows to raise awareness of Ebola and funds to fight the disease.

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Natalia’s Naked Heart Foundation builds playgrounds for disadvantaged youths throughout Russia. Natalia is also involved in several other foundations including Hear the World and the Tiger Trade Campaign to stop trade in tiger parts and products.

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Nykhor partnered with the International Rescue Committee to raise awareness about the plight of refugees and displaced individuals in Ethiopia and Sudan.

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Sara’s tireless work at The Model Alliance, especially for child models; giving models a voice and a safe haven, along with campaigning against labor abuses in the modeling industry deserves acknowledgement.

Best Street Style

The sidewalk is the new catwalk and these models bring fashion to the streets with outlandish and eye-catching looks that have made them the girls to watch for off-duty style. Some have taken their street style prowess one step further, broadening their horizons by acting as stylist on editorial shoots.
Industry’s Vote

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Street Style photo by Melodie Jeng/Models.com

Readers’ Choice

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Street Style photo by Melodie Jeng/Models.com

Runner Up
Industry’s Vote

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Street Style photo by Melodie Jeng

Readers’ Choice

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Street Style photo by Melodie Jeng

Street Style Nominees

Celebrity Model: Women

Celebrities have become an unavoidable presence in luxury advertising, but certain stars are every bit as captivating as the models. Putting their posing skills to good use (often honed during their career beginnings as models) and bringing with them an air of Hollywood glamour, these are the celebrities who play the role of model with ease.
Industry’s Vote

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Nars Campaign by Francois Nars

Readers’ Choice

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Vogue Brasil by Mariano Vivanco

Runner Up
Industry’s Vote

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Lancôme Campaign by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Readers’ Choice

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Nars Campaign by Francois Nars

Celeb Model Nominees

Celebrity Model: Men

Celebrities have become an unavoidable presence in luxury advertising, but certain stars are every bit as captivating as the models. Putting their posing skills to good use (often honed during their career beginnings as models) and bringing with them an air of Hollywood glamour, these are the celebrities who play the role of model with ease.
Industry’s Vote

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Interview Cover by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Readers’ Choice

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H&M Bodywear F/W 12 by Alasdair McLellan

Runner Up
Industry’s Vote

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G-Star Raw Campaign by Henrik Bulow

Readers’ Choice

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Interview Cover by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Celeb Model Nominees

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Made in Brazil #5

June 1st, 2012

models.com presents an exclusive preview: Made in Brazil #5

You wanted more. Well, here you have it. More boys, more beauty, more fashion, more fantasy and more BRAZIL than you can handle. The action-packed lineup of Made in Brazil 5 doesn’t allow for dull moments and this issue pushes the envelope with more than just flesh. Fashion is at the forefront of the spectacle, with a full range of edgy menswear looks appearing in the pages for the first time — but don’t worry, there is still plenty of skin to enjoy. Watch Luca Finotti‘s hypnotic video put a psychedelic twist on male beauty and take a glance at Brazilian actor & all around phenom Cauã Reymond like you’ve never seen him before. Star turns from Rodrigo Braga, Gustavo Krier, Diego Fragoso, Alexandre Cuhna and Francisco Lachowski are guaranteed to entice, and try not to faint over that revealing Felipe Anival shot. Experience all the Made in Brazil goodness for yourself with a look at our exclusive MDX preview and be sure to turn up the AC: things are about to get hot.

UPDATE: COVERS REVEALED + GIVEAWAY – Tell us which one of the two Made in Brazil #5 covers below is your favorite and why on twitter (make sure you include @models and @blogmib in your tweet) or in the comments below and our favorite 5 answers will receive their own free copy of Made in Brazil #5

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VIDEO CREDITS:
Directed by Luca Finotti
Starring:
Francisco Lachowski wearing Dolce & Gabbana
Alexandre Cunha wearing Calvin Klein Collection
Marlon Teixeira wearing David Beckham for H&M

Music by:
Michel Cleis’s “La Mezcla” [download link]
remixed by Paul Kalkbrenner
used courtesy of STRICTLY RYTHM RECORDS, INC.

Styling Paolo Zagoreo
Camera and editing Federico Forlani
Mapping projection Roberto Ortu
Grooming Nancy Gallardo
Sound designer Andrea Ratti
Assistant Director Marco Crema
Second Assistant Lorenzo Fanfani


Knit pants by Bernard Wilhelm, axe necklace by Ransouen, bracelets by Miansai


Trainer shorts by Charlie by Matthew Zink, unisex connector necklace by WeSC + Biba Magazine, sunglasses by Dsquared2, hiking shoes by Bernard Wilhelm x Camper


Stripe knee-high socks by American Apparel


Lifeguard brief by Charlie by Matthew Zink, denim shorts by Jeremy Scott, blue jacket by DSquared2, unisex connector necklace by WeSC + Bing Bang, bracelets by Miansai


Photography: Marcelo Krasilcic (New York: De Facto)
Stylist: Juliano Corbetta
Grooming: Yoichi Tomizawa

Archive pieces by Alexandre Herchcovitch menswear from fall/winter 2001 to fall/winter 2012

Photography: Cristiano Madureira, Fashion Editors: Flavia Pommianosky and Davi Ramos, Grooming: Silvio Giorgio

T-shirt by American Apparel

Tank top and pants by Calvin Klein Jeans

Denim overalls by 2nd Floor

Photography: Cristiano Madureira, Fashion Editor: Paulo Martinez, Grooming: Carlos Carrasco

Photography: Rodrigo Calazans, All clothing model’s own, Model: Max Motta

Left: Embroidered sweater by Coven, suspenders by Minha Avo Tinha, leather basque by Joao Pimenta, leggings by American Apparel. Right: swimsuits by Blue Man, headpieces by Davi Ramos.

Left: Neoprene hooded vest by Osklen, pritned shirt by Minha Avo Tinha, cummerbund and skirt by Joao Pimenta. Right: neoprene vest by Vitor Zerbinato, swimsuit by Blue Man, headpiece by Davi Ramos.

Left: Silver heart by Dthales for Surface to Air. Right: Printed jacket and suspenders by Minha Avo Tinha, leggings by American Apparel, silver heart by Dthales for Surface to Air.


All swimsuits by Blue Man.


Left: Shorts by Joao Pimenta, suspenders by Minha Avo Tinha, leggings by Cia, Maritima, boots by Ellus. Right: Embroidered tulle bodysuit by Joao Pimenta.

Photography: Gui Paganini, Fashion Editors: Flavia Pommianosky and Davi Ramos, Grooming: Daniel Hernandez

Black leather cap by The Leather Man, stud earring by Mark Davis, tear tusk post oxidized earring backing by Made Her Think

Left: Belted wool gilet and long wool skirt by Alexandre Plokhov, white/bronze cuff by 1-100 for Alexandre Plokhov, oxidized sterling silver rings by Made Her Think. Right: Black velour felt hat by Albertus Swanepoel, black semi sheer wool jacket and black wool pants by Maison Martin Margiela, double tusk pendant necklace and oxidized sterling silver rings by Made Her Think, sterling silver curb chain ring by David Yurman, sterling silver tiger head ring by John Hardy, belt stylist’s own.

Black cotton shirt by Tim Hamilton Redux, black leather tie by The Leather Man, black wool bermuda shorts by Jean Paul Gaultier, sterling silver chevron cross necklace with armory cushion charm by David Yurman, neoprene cuff by The Leather Man, streamline band ring in black titanium by David Yurman

Left: Black wool trousers by Dolce & Gabbana, neoprene cuff by The Leather Man. Right: Black leather perfecto jacket by Tim Hamilton, “New York Fuckin City” t-shirt by Tim Hamilton Redux, latex jockstrap by The Leather Man, boots stylist’s own.

Photography: Greg Vaughan, Fashion Editor: Kiel Kong, Stylist: Jonny Lichtenstein, Grooming: Scott Mcmahan, Models: Bruce Machado, William Jagnow, Rodrigo Braga

Photography: Cristiano Madureira, clothing all model’s own, Model: Natan Machado

Photographer: Hugo Toni, all clothing model’s own, Model: Gustavo Krier

Lifeguard brief by Charlie by Matthew Zink

Lifeguard brief by Charlie by Matthew Zink, towel and glasses stylist’s own

Photography: Cristian Madureira, Stylist: Julian Corbetta, Grooming: Carlos Carrasco

Photography: Rogerio Cavalcanti, Fashion Editor: Paulo Martinez, Retouching: Breno de Faria. All bracelets stylist’s own. Models: Paulo Dalagnoli, Pedro Bertolini

Shirt by Amapo, earring and neck pin by Skull, eye pendant by Boogie, necklace by Camaleoa, headpiece by Davi Ramos

Left: Track pats by Adidas by Jeremy Scott, headpiece by Eduardo Laurino. Right: Shirt, jacket, leggings, and cape by Vitor Zerbinato, swimsuit by Butch, hat by Diego Cattani, scarf by Dabdab by Surface to Air, creepers by Cavalera.


Boots by Coca-Cola Clothing, fan by Walerio Araujo, braceles by Armani Exchange


Swimsuit by Butch, boots by Coca-Cola Clothing, headpiece by Davi Ramos


Left: Shirt stylist’s own. Right: Skirt by Agatha, bracelets by Camila Klein, turbant (made of flags) stylist’s own.

Photography: Hugo Toni, Fashion Editor: Heleno Manoel, Grooming: Ricardo dos Anjos, Retouching: Breno de Faria, Set Design: Frank Dezeuxis

Hat and short stylist’s own, stripe socks by American Apparel

Boots by Dr. Martens, hat stylist’s own

Photography: Marcelo Krasilcic, Fashion Editor: Heleno Manoel, Grooming: Helder Rodrigues, Set Design: Frank Dezeuxis, Model: Diego Miguel.

Shirt and denim pants by Bottega Veneta, shoes by Marc Jacobs, shirt, sweater, and pants by Bottega Veneta, shoes by Burberry Prorsum, jacket, pants, and shoes by Bottega Veneta.

Left: Blanket by Louis Vuitton, Jeddi hi-tops by Alejandro Ingelmo. Right: Shirt, jacket, and pants by Louis Vuitton, sunglasses by Silver Lining Opticians, scarf, shirt, and shorts by Louis Vuitton, sweater and shorts by Louis Vuitton, all shoes by Louis Vuitton.

Pants, shirt, and silk scarves by Prada

Jacket and pants by Burberry Prorsum, sunglasses by Silver Lining Opticians

Photographer: Stewart Shining, Fashion Editor: Brad Goreski, Hair: Brian Devine, Makeup: Gianpaolo Ceciliato, Retouching: Regis Panato, Models: Alexandre Cunha, Diego Schibeloske, Arthur Sales, Rodrigo Braga, Rodrigo Calazans

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Through Whose Lens?

January 26th, 2012

Through Whose Lens?

Experience fashion week from the model perspective. Model turned photographer Julian Schratter gave some of today’s top faces disposable cameras and had them document their backstage and behind the scenes of Milan menswear for a special models.com project. This one of a kind candid view features snapshots from all your favorites, River, Francisco, Adrian and more! View the world throughWHOSE lens – only in MDX. And check out throughJULESlens.com for more!

Photos by:
Adrian Cardoso
River Viiperi
Pete Bolton
Tobias Sorensen
Joan Pedrola
Francisco Lachowski
Jamie Jewitt
Beck B
Corey Baptiste
Vladimir Ivanov
Carlo Faenza (casting director)

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Made In Brazil #4 Preview

November 24th, 2011

Can you handle the heat? Made in Brazil is back and better than ever, with a brand new line up of beautiful boys for you to experience. Number 4 comes in two volumes, one shot in NYC by Stewart Shining and a full supplement shot in Brazil by Cristiano Madureira, Fabio Bartelt, Hugo Toni, and Paulo Martinez. With Bruce Weber penning the intro and double the beauty for you to feast your eyes on who can resist?

Inside you’ll find Alexandre Verga, Anderson Weisheimer, Bruce Machado, Caio Cesar, Diego Miguel, Evandro Soldati, Fabricio Bach, Francisco Lachowski, Leonardo Windlin, twins Marcio and Marcos Patriota, Marlon Teixeira, Mateus Lages, Rafael Lazzini, and Rodrigo Calazans. The supplement features Alex Cunha, Anderson Weisheimer, Bruno Gassen, Celso Carvalho, David Chaloub, Diego Miguel, Douglas Venhold, Evandro Soldati, Igor Monteiro, Leonardo Alberici, Lucas Bernardini, Miro Moreira, Raphael Lacchine, Ricardo Figueiredo, Ronaldo Martins, Thomaz de Oliveira, and Yuri Bex all in clothing optional situations. You know you love it.

ENJOY THE MDX EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW, BUT TO SEE THE ISSUE IN ALL ITS GLORY:
» ORDER YOUR OWN COPY OF MADE IN BRAZIL No. 4 «

All orders are shipped from Brazil, shipping starts on December 2nd. Estimated delivery for US is about 15 days.

For the launch of issue 4, Diego Miguel will be signing 5 copies of Made in Brazil #4. The first five orders will get a signed copy!

Made in Brazil #4

models.com presents an exclusive preview
of Made in Brazil Magazine #4

TO SEE THE ISSUE IN ALL ITS GLORY:
» ORDER YOUR OWN COPY OF MADE IN BRAZIL No. 4 «

All orders are shipped from Brazil, shipping starts on December 2nd. Estimated delivery for US is about 15 days.

For the launch of issue 4, Diego Miguel will be signing 5 copies of Made in Brazil #4. The first five orders will get a signed copy!

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Boys of Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012

July 18th, 2011

To see Justin Wu’s video please click here

In signature high energy style Justin Wu captured the very spirited male models working the trenches of the SS12 Milan and Paris shows and rocking to Elvis Presley’s A Little Less Conversation and came back with this sizzling video extravaganza.

BIG BIG THANKS TO ALL THE MODELS IN THE VIDEO
Francisco Lachowski, Brian Davenport, Anthon Wellsjo, Leebo Freeman, Sebastian Sauvé, Jonathan Marquez, Sacha M’Baye, Tobias Sorensen, Paolo Roldan, Isaac Carew, James Smith, Charlie France, Robbie Wadge, Jonathan and Kevin Ferreira de Sampaio, Jaco van den Hoven, Adrian Cardoso, Nikola Jovanovic, Thomas Hoefnagels, Nils Butler, Thiago Santos, Vladimir Ivanov, Julian Schratter, Martin Landgreve, Berthold Rothas, Andre Feulner, Peter Bruder… and more. For full credits, click here!

Boys of Fashion Week Spring / Summer 2012

A Film by Justin Wu

With a very special thanks to:
Remi Guenaire
Yu Lee
Sebastian Sauvé
Martin Landgreve
Vincent LaCrocq

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Kings of Milano

June 27th, 2011

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Male modeling’s royalty are on full display in director, Luca Finotti’s stunning tribute to masculine beauty. Fresh off the heels of Milan fashion week, he captures some of the biggest faces in the business, doing what they do best – raising your temperature while looking sultry in next to nothing. Francisco, Paolo, Sebastian, Leebo, Corey they’re all here and then some – only in MDX.
Kings of Milano

A Film by LUCA FINOTTI for models.com
Directed & edited by luca finotti

Photos: Alvaro Beamud Cortes (Atomo Management)
Hair&make up: Nancy Gallardo & Barbara Bertuzzi
Styling: Manuel Campagna & Lorenzo Posocco
Photographer assistant: Tomas Gracia
Video titles / graphic design: Federico Forlani

LOVEMODELS
Daisuke Ueda
NICK LACY
Javier de Miguel
Leebo Freeman

WHYNOT
Florian Van Bael
Sebastian Sauvé
Max Motta
Felix Badman
Sam Webb
MATTIA REGONASCHI
Francisco Lachowski
Sid Ellisdon
Paolo Roldan
Alex Loomans
Jake Davies

ELITE
Joan Pedrola
Julian Schratter

DMEN
Janice Fronimakis
LEO VLASIC
Corey Baptiste
BENEDIKT ANGERER
Nikola Jovanovic

FASHION
Marlon Teixeira

FORD
Paolo Anchisi

2MORROW
AARON LOWE

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Jeffrey Fashion Cares 2011

March 29th, 2011

The 2011 edition of Jeffrey Fashion Cares, the annual charity fashion show that raises money for a slew of LGBT-related causes, including Lambda Legal Defense Fund, Gay Men’s Health Crisis, The Hetrick-Martin Institute and the Lawrence King Memorial Scholarship, broke records of all kinds last night—from the number of tickets sold to the amount of money raised—and saw the event’s first $100,000 table, a promising sign of growth for a tradition that is now celebrating its eighth year in New York. Held on the Intrepid for the second time in a row, Jeffrey Fashion Cares brought a clutch of fashion-world regulars farther west than most of them had probably been since fashion week. Jason Wu and Peter Som were in attendance, along with Crystal Renn and Hanne Gaby Odiele, who watched as Honorary Chair Nate Berkus helped run the pre-show auction. Then the lights went down and “Born This Way” came on, and the top-billed male models came down the runway in the department store’s finest to whoops and cheers from the crowd.
Jeffrey Fashion Cares 2011

Photos: Kevin Tachman
Hipstamatics: Betty Sze
Video: Janelle Okwodu

For more JFC backstage photos check out:
Kevin Tachman’s backstageat blog pt.1 and pt.2

Also see the JFC Casting Preview on MDX here

Text: Jonathan Shia

Casting: Andrew Weir
Production: Monicka HanssenTeele




Models:
Opening shot- Parker Gregory, Ellis McCreadie
2- Various Models in video
3- Twelve models (Hipstamatics):
top row: Brian Shimansky, Din Yates, Simon Nessman;
2nd row: Cole Mohr, Vincent LaCrocq, Seth Kuhlmann;
3rd row: Thiago Santos, Clint Mauro, David Agbodji
4th row: Aaron O’Connell, Parker and Ellis, William Eustace
4-Francisco Lachowski, Evandro Soldati, Arthur Sales
5-Evandro
6-Monicka HanssenTeele and River Viiperi
7-David Agbodji, Blake Kuchta
8-Jamie Jewitt
9-Parker Hurley, Matt Gontier
10-Ellis M
11-Brian, Aaron, Seth, Parker
12-Charlie Westerberg, Simon Nessman, Aaron, Linus Gustin
13-Simon on runway
14-Sean Harju on runway

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Made in Brazil Magazine #2

November 21st, 2010

Made in Brazil magazine caused such a sensation the first time around that we just had to have another round of beautiful boys in clothing optional scenarios. Bask in the glory of all the washboard abs and tan skin you can handle, then leave us a comment saying why you deserve a copy of the issue for a chance to win! (Made in Brazil will be giving 5 free issues to the best answers, just remember to put your email in the comment email box)
Made in Brazil Magazine 2

An exclusive models.com preview

Leave a comment for your chance to win a free copy!
The winners are announced on the MiB blog!

Made in Brazil Magazine / Editor: Juliano Corbetta (Made in Brazil blog: madeinbrazil.typepad.com)
Photos credits:
MARCELO CHIERIGHINI / HENRIQUE MARTINS / FELIPE MARTINS / EDUARDO SPOTTI PHOTOGRAPHY Cristiano Madureira
GABRIEL BURGER / Francisco Lachowski PHOTOGRAPHY Cristiano Madureira STYLING CESAR FASSINA GROOMING CARLOS CARRASCO
Francisco Lachowski PHOTOGRAPHY Cristiano Madureira CLOTHING JUISI BY LICQUOR
Diego Miguel PHOTOGRAPHY Cristiano Madureira STYLING CESAR FASSINA GROOMING CARLOS CARRASCO
Jean Carlos Santos / RICARDO CARPENTIERI PHOTOGRAPHY VICENTE DE PAULO STYLING LEO NEVES
ALEXANDRE VERGA PHOTOGRAPHY Cristiano Madureira GROOMING CECILIA MACEDO
Max Motta PHOTOGRAPHY Nathalie Edenburg
MARCELO CHIERIGHINI / HENRIQUE MARTINS / FELIPE MARTINS / EDUARDO SPOTTI PHOTOGRAPHY Cristiano Madureira
Arthur Sales PHOTOGRAPHY Marcelo Krasilcic GROOMING VALERY GHERMAN

Want to get your own copy of Made in Brazil Magazine 2?
Leave us a comment saying why you deserve a copy of the issue for a chance to win! (Made in Brazil will be giving 5 free issues to the best answers, just remember to put your email in the comment email box)

UPDATE: The winners are announced on the MiB blog!

Didn’t win? Buy your own copy of the limited edition (only 1,000 copies) Made in Brazil Magazine #2 directly from MiB here.

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The Calvin Experience

May 3rd, 2010


The Calvin Experience
Calvin Klein Men & Women Fall 2010 Presentation

Art direction: Stephan Moskovic
Photos: Betty Sze
With additional photos: Janelle Okwodu

Models:
Row 1: Eric Anderson, Irina Vodolazova/Supreme, Adrien Brunier
Row 2: Francisco Lachowski (left); Michael Wozniak (right)
Row 4: Jullien Herrera, Jana Kaye, William Eustace. Right image: Arizona Muse/Next, Diego Kraus, Gloria Loitz
Row 6: Helle Platou/Ford, Daniela/Marilyn
Row 8: (Left image) Luke Stevens, Mia Temirova/Elite; (right image) Gloria Loitz (all the way to the right)
Row 10: Kate Kosushkina (in the middle)
Row 11: Wesley Phillips/DNA; Veronika Vilim/Next
Row 12: Helle Platou, Daniela, Douglas/Request, Hannah Johnson/Marilyn

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Made in Brazil Magazine Preview

April 28th, 2010

Made In Brazil has long been the best resource for all things fashionably Brazilian, but with the launch of their very first print magazine they take things to the next level. No ads, no excess, just stunning photos of Brazil’s hottest boys in an incredible large format style. Evandro, Max, Thiago, all the boys are here and looking incredible, Cristiano Madureira‘s sexy and daring images present a refreshing take on male beauty and everyone can appreciate the added bonus of a little skin.

The MIB magazine doesn’t launch until May — but we have an exclusive preview of what’s to come, prepare to be titillated.

GET YOUR OWN COPY: The Made in Brazil Magazine will be coming out in a limited edition (only 1,000 copies) on May 3rd, and we have 5 copies to give away to our readers!

Do you love Brazil? Do you love male models? Can you prove it? Tell us why you should win a free copy of the Made In Brazil magazine and you just might walk away with a special edition. The five most persuasive comments will get a free copy!
Put your email address when posting a comment below and we will select the five best ones and email them. UPDATED July 9th: The winners are announced! Please contact us by July 19th.











GET YOUR OWN COPY: The Made in Brazil Magazine will be coming out in a limited edition (only 1,000 copies) on May 3rd, and we have 5 copies to give away to our readers!

Do you love Brazil? Do you love male models? Can you prove it? Tell us why you should win a free copy of the Made In Brazil magazine and you just might walk away with a special edition. The five most persuasive comments will get a free copy!
Put your email address when posting a comment below and we will select the five best ones and email them.

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The Boys of Jeffrey Fashion Cares 2010

March 22nd, 2010

Casting by Andrew Weir for Jeffrey Fashion Cares 2010.

Don’t miss out on tonight’s exciting event tickets are still available, and this is an amazing event for a great cause! (There is a silent auction with lots of great items, with supporting brands and companies including Coach, Gucci, Manolo Blahnik, Details Magazine, OUT Magazine, Elle Magazine, MHT Productions and KCD):

Tonight only: Intrepid Aircraft Carrier 7:00pm, March 22, 2010.
Tickets are available for purchase at the door (make sure to come at 7pm if you haven’t pre-purchased a ticket)

For more info go to www.jeffreyfashioncares.org

Clint Mauro
Matthew Coatsworth
Ben Hill
Cameron Bailey
Vincent LaCrocq
Sean O’Pry
Chris Folz
Romulo Pires
Andrew Stetson
David Agbodji
Michael with Q
Enrique Palacios
Garrett Neff
Chad White
Sean Harju
Ryan Koning
Parker Gregory
Ellis McCreadie
Din Yates
Jamie Jewitt
Ollie Edwards
Danny Schwarz
Colin Branca (Wilhelmina)
Jake Davies
Ryan Kennedy
Dominique Hollington
Arthur Sales
Francisco Lachowski

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The Boys from Milan

January 26th, 2010

All photos: Andrew Weir

In order of appearance

Paul Boche

Cole Mohr/Nils Butler

Anthon Wellsjo

Max Barreau and Charlie France

Philipp Kharabarin (Elite Milan)

Robert Joseph

Francisco Lachowski/Jacob Coupe

Benoni Loos/Robert Joseph

Cole Mohr/Johannes Niermann

Francisco Lachowski and Benoni Loos/Paul Boche

Philipp Bierbaum/Philipp Bierbaum and Thomas Hoefnagels

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From Milan with love

January 21st, 2010

Photos: Saverio Cardia
Animation: Stephan Moskovic

A very special thanks to photographer Saverio Cardia
and Boris@d’Management Milan for the concept.

Lots of love from the MDC Crew
Big, big thanks to all the models…

UPDATED: In order of appearance:

Jon Kortajarena
Vladimir Ivanov
Eddie Klint
Mark Cox
Josh Beech
Francisco Lachowski
Benoni Loos
Simon Nessman
Taylor Fuchs
Marcel Castenmiller

William Eustace
Gerhard Freidl
Roy Pratt
Matvey Lykov
Ben Hill
Nils Butler
Patrick Kafka
Michael Gstoettner
George Barnett
Isaac Carew

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