Made in Brazil #5

Posted by Stephan Moskovic | June 1st, 2012 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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Directed by Luca Finotti
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

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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79 Comments to “Made in Brazil #5”

  1. pdr pinho says:

    the one with cauã is way better! GIVENCHY!

  2. Braden says:

    Rodrigo Braga’s cover is one of the most stylish and innovating covers I’ve seen recently. So insanely gorgeous and perfect for summer. Also unlike anything out right now

  3. proto2 says:

    I was really waiting for the issue 5. I love both covers, and photos inside is fantastic. I can’t wait for this to come out.

  4. proto2 says:

    I like both covers, but i prefer Rodrigo Braga’s. It shows the beauty of his youth, and I can really feel the summer. I like flower on his hair. It’s fantastic and it sure is the best cover of Made in Brazil!

  5. Raza Shah says:

    Im from Karachi, and Its freakin hot here 40 to 46 is an everyday business… and then I bumped into this HOT HOT Issue …. I mean how much heat can U possibly take ….. The Guys are too hot and the way they are shot is so candid and so cool that It simply makes me take my clothes off !!! Its truly that SEXY and HOT …… Great work guys…. Its really hard to decide which cover is better.

  6. bob hilsson says:

    My favotite cover is Caua’s one. The big laugh makes the difference in the issue, that’s brazil, happinness!! Put more models with beautiful laughs, to light up our days… and I hope to see more “brazilian model faces” it’s almost european with this guys…ok?

  7. Nicholas C says:

    Cauã Reymond – transformational! He redefined the stereotypical image of beauty & sex appeal. We often associate beauty with perfection & sex appeal with flesh but Cauã opens our mind & shows us what beauty is with the scar on his eye brow & what sexy is with his big smile, fully clothed. MIB is always communicating a new perspective & it is time we look into beauty & sex appeal that is exude from the inside rather than just surface.

  8. Csaba Zsikla says:

    I would most definitely choose the Cauã Reymond cover.
    It is very fresh, it’s cheeky and it’s all about the fun – For me, these qualities represent not just the cover but Brazil itself as well.

    The Givenchy pieces are very edgy and they give a modern twist to the whole cover. I would say that the cover represents high fashion at it’s finest!

  9. Angel says:

    Roy, soy muy morboso en todo, pero no me llames pendejo, porque no se lo que significa. Eso seguro que os lo llamáis en tu país y cosas mucho más raras.
    Y tú que eres?

  10. Isadora says:

    Am I the only person who thinks that Cauã sucks? OMG, he’s so not natural…

  11. Alisson says:

    Capas perfeitas, difícil escolher… mas fico com o Cauã. Tem algo de especial não só nessa capa, mas acho que em toda esta edição. Lindo, sorriso irresistível, look Givenchi com tema tropical, ele conseguiu ficar sexy e ao mesmo tempo fofo e descontraído. A capa foge dos padrões das outras capas de revistas de moda, está com um ar leve, divertida, natural, e o Cauã consegue representar muito bem a beleza que é a Made in Brazil, os belos rostos que já passaram por aqui, uma beleza que só o Brasil tem, e tudo isso + moda só poderia resultar no incrível trabalho que ficou essa edição que se destaca de todas as outras. Essa edição não poderia ter capa melhor.

    Ótimo trabalho, parabéns!

  12. André says:

    Where is The Blacks Here? I Live in Brazil, This That You Are Showing Is NOT BRASIL. FOR GOOD’s SAKE, TERRIBLE.

  13. Skinny says:

    these guys go for ever when the body is in fine shape

  14. archiemb says:

    the best issue – editorial wise! 🙂

  15. Carey says:

    The cover with Rodrigo Braga resonates with me. The depth in his eyes slays me.

  16. susie says:

    I prefer real men!!! These guys are just making themselves look stupid and “fruity”!!

  17. says:

    WHERES THE BLACK GUYS?! wheres the REAL brazilian guys?

  18. Mimmi says:

    Oh my God!!!!!

    Brazil you are the BEST!!! I love you<3<3<3

  19. Skiddy says:

    A man who can carry a pretty flower on his head yet still look manly will always get my vote! Rodrigo Braga cover for sure!

  20. Rebeca says:

    For people who are saying that these guys are not the true Brazilian beauty, you need to research about Brazil before it is talking nonsense. Stop talking as if here in Brazil only had black people, most of the population is white, damn. I have no more patience to explain it.

  21. roman says:


  22. Rex says:

    In the shoot identified as Paulo Dalagnoli, David Martins, Pedro Bertolini, below the pics it says Models: Paulo, Pedro. The first pic is Paulo. The second photo, of the guy lying on his stomach on the couch, is in fact David Martins. Several websites (tumblrs) have that second pic id’d as Paulo, when it is David Martins.

  23. junebug says:

    It’s just look natural. The way those pants fit into the bodies.

  24. Those Guys are too Hot and SEXY.Well done but frankly speaking that it’s very hard to choose which cover is the best.Anyhow,I think each one’s smiling can be a final judgement.

  25. Angie says:


    Where and how can I find men like this?
    (Oh right, Brazil.)
    Maybe I’ll pop along to a fashion show? Then I can really meet you guys. You’d better say hi 🙂
    Anyway, this is really great. I really like the fun and playful (not in THAT way haha) pictures – you know, with lots of smiling – ’cause they’re sexy. These guys have great physiques and I like their hair!


  27. Manneqinn says:

    I really like the first cover
    It’s just gorgeous