Just Joseph


Joseph Culp/Fusion Models.

MDC chats with the easy going Joseph just back from Milan and Paris where he did the Fendi, Jil Sander, Lanvin, Prada and Raf Simons shows, to name a few. His laid back demeanor contradicts the booking frenzy surrounding this young Southern gentleman. With his Another Man shoot out anyday, Joseph is certainly currently most wanted.

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Joseph and his down home smile.

  1. I’ve watched this video interview a couple of times. This young man, Joseph Culp is a real genteleman. It’s apleasure to see him being so relaxed, so natural, unpretentious. He is ever since, my faourite male model. He si quite handsome; but so lovely at the same time. Love him! Thanks, Claude

  2. He seems like a nice guy, but the interviewer’s umming and aahing didn’t do much to put him at ease! Wish him all the best, but how much younger and thinner are these guys going to get? Bring back the sexy guys!

  3. That interviewer would be me… I think that Joseph is naturally
    a more shy guy so he would probably need a professional like
    Barbara Walters or any of those talk show hosts to make him
    feel more at ease. Maybe when I have 15-30 years of experience
    behind me, I’ll be umming and ahhing less :)

    As for the skinny guys, right now, that’s the look and what the
    designers want. If you want the sexy guys, go talk to Miuccia,
    Raf Simons, etc. They dictate fashion not the other way around.


  4. As a friend and neighbor, I should say that Joe’s thinness is genetic, not something he tried to be just to be a model. It’ll hit him when he’s 40! (maybe)

  5. I grew up in Bristol Tenn. and I went to school with Joseph’s older sister jennifer. i remember Joseph as just a cute little boy. It is so crazy that he is now one of the biggest male models in the world! He comes from a good family and is such the southern gentleman.

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