Gandy the Great

Covering the latest issue of Attitude Magazine is none other than the god-like David Gandy (actually) wearing clothes by Louis Vuitton, Jean Paul Gaultier, and of course, Dolce & Gabbana. Among the shots of David by Mariano Vivanco, there is an accompanying article about why he is more than just a handsome face. From cliches of the industry to his model beginning struggles, David dishes about all aspects of his life and his plans for the future. Goes to show for all male models — there is more to life than being really, really, ridiculously good looking.

For the whole article, pick up November’s issue of Attitude Magazine.

  1. I totally agree, smart move to put a more mature model to target a market with more buying power, professional and mature men are the ones who can afford to buy all this clothes.

  2. This man is a greek god. His beauty and attitude is so sexy. I totaly agree with you “evr”, Little boys can’t compete with this.

  3. This is man is so gorgeous and effortless, with his strong mix of masculinity, and sensuality. I would buy anything he sells, and he’s always engaged in editorials.

    He’s so far above the “it” boys who come and go every season, with their faux edgy pouts, and dubious (ugly) looks, that seem to get the twink lovers all excited.

  4. Maturity male models are totally up and good for the market. Also im not buying cloths that little kid faces try to sell in the advertising. David just represent the majority of mans that look like man and can afford this kind of cloths.
    I would like to see more models on david look and age selling cloths on the advertisings.

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