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Top 50 Male Models
How the Top 50 Male Models list works
With the backing of blue chip clients, key photographers and legions of admirers, today's top tier male models are at the forefront of fashion. The era of the male supermodel is upon us and the movers and shakers of the moment are proving themselves every bit as essential as their female counterparts. From the daily call sheets of photographers like Steven Meisel, Mario Testino, Mert and Marcus, Bruce Weber and Steven Klein, to ads for megabrands like Prada, Burberry, Calvin Klein and Versace, male models are making their presence felt.

The pages of style bibles like Vogue Hommes, AnotherMan, GQ, Details and Fantastic Man are filled with striking faces, but campaigns are still the standard by which all are judged. Finding the perfect balance between edgy editorials and coveted contracts is what makes stars, but holding the interest of major brands over a length of time solidifies careers. In a competitive market flooded with hundreds, the guys who matter are the ones who bring something extra to the table.

Consequently here are the defining faces of the moment, MODELS.com's Top 50 Working Male Models listing.
Alec Pollentier
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Alec Pollentier - Ph: Willy Vanderperre for CK Calvin Klein Spring 2018
Ph: Willy Vanderperre for CK Calvin Klein Spring 2018
Antwerp:
REBEL MANAGEMENT


When Raf Simons and Willy Vanderperre agree on someone, you know he’s a good bet. Both of them have been major supporters of their fellow Belgian since his back-to-back Calvin Klein runway exclusives for Spring and Fall 2018. He’s popped up in nearly ten campaigns for the brand since then, as well as in Document
Alessio Pozzi
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Alessio Pozzi - Ph: Luigi & Iango for Ermanno Scervino S/S 19
Ph: Luigi & Iango for Ermanno Scervino S/S 19
New York:
Next New York


Paris:
New Madison


London:
Next London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Barcelona:
Sight Management Studio


Brussels:
Dominique Models


Stockholm:
MIKAs


Sydney:
Kult Australia


This young smoldering Italian rocketed onto the scene in 2014 walking for Dolce & Gabbana and Givenchy. His appearance in the Fall Winter Givenchy campaign by Mert and Marcus cemented his presence as a face to watch. With his second Givenchy campaign for S/S 15 and his Versace appearance, Alessio is here to stay!
Alpha Dia
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Alpha Dia - Ph: Steven Meisel for Givenchy S/S 19
Ph: Steven Meisel for Givenchy S/S 19
New York:
Next New York


Paris:
Marilyn Agency


London:
Premier Model Management


Milan:
CREW Model Management


Hamburg:
Modelwerk


Los Angeles:
Two Management


Senegalese by way of Germany, the striking Dia was an early runway favorite since his start in 2016, earning himself a spot on our list of 2017’s breakout show faces. Last year also saw him on the cover of Document and in CR Fashion Book and Vogue Italia and campaigns for Prada and Versace. An appearance in Tim Walker’s all-black Pirelli calendar for 2018 and a turn in Bottega Veneta's campaign cemented him as a star in the industry.
Alton Mason
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Alton Mason - Ph: Harley Weir for Hugo Boss S/S 2018
Ph: Harley Weir for Hugo Boss S/S 2018
New York:
STATE Management


Paris:
IMG Paris


London:
IMG London


Milan:
IMG Milano


Los Angeles:
IMG Los Angeles


Sydney:
IMG Australia


With his signature moves and afro, this energetic American makes his leap from dancer to model with three campaigns for Fall 2017, including Glen Luchford's Prefall Gucci shots. He followed up his major runway success as well as appearances in Wonderland, W, American Vogue, i-D, Document Journal, and WSJ with 2018 ads for brands as varied as Hugo Boss, Off-White, Gap, Nike, and Chanel, proving his broad appeal.
Anwar Hadid
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Anwar Hadid - Ph: Collier Schorr for HUGO F/W 18
Ph: Collier Schorr for HUGO F/W 18
New York:
IMG


London:
IMG London


Milan:
IMG Milano


Los Angeles:
IMG Los Angeles


Sydney:
IMG Australia


It was perhaps inevitable that the younger brother of Gigi and Bella would join the family business, and with his over two million followers on Instagram, it’s no surprise that the clients have been lining up to work with him. Early features in Teen Vogue, Nylon, Paper, and Vogue Homes led to Tommy Hilfiger and Hugo Boss campaigns last year and makes his mark this season with ads for Tod’s and Boss again.
Benno Bulang
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Benno Bulang - Ph: Juergen Teller for Valentino F/W 18
Ph: Juergen Teller for Valentino F/W 18
Cologne:
Tomorrow Is Another Day


A longtime favorite of Willy Vanderperre’s, this elegant German has fronted campaigns for Lanvin, Just Cavalli, and Topman in his few years in the industry. A slew of major editorials, for everything from Vogue Italia by Steven Meisel to Vogue Hommes and i-D by Vanderperre—plus a spot on our list of breakout show guys for 2016—proves his lasting appeal. With a recent appearance Interview, in works with Gucci and in APC’s new denim campaign, his career shows no signs of slowing.
Connor Newall
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Connor Newall - Ph: for Tom Ford S/S 18
Ph: for Tom Ford S/S 18
New York:
Soul Artist Management


Paris:
New Madison


London:
Wilhelmina London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Barcelona:
Sight Management Studio


Copenhagen:
Scoop Models


Los Angeles:
Photogenics LA


Stockholm:
MP Stockholm


Sydney:
Kult Australia


Long an editorial favorite in everything from Vogue Hommes International and Love Magazine to 10 Men, Wonderland, and Vogue Italia, this cheeky young Scot is instantly identifiable thanks to his oversized ears and toothy grin. He hit his advertising stride last year in Collier Schorr’s Fall 2017 G-Star campaign, and appears in DSquared’s latest by Mert & Marcus.
Daan Duez
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Daan Duez - Ph: Chris Rhodes for McQ F/W 18
Ph: Chris Rhodes for McQ F/W 18
Antwerp:
REBEL MANAGEMENT


A longtime favorite of Willy Vanderperre’s, this fresh-faced Belgian opened Prada as an exclusive last June and has been lensed by him for Vogue Italia, Document Journal, Another Magazine, and Interview since. He makes his campaign début in Prada this spring and also walked for Raf Simons and Calvin Klein earlier this year.
David Trulík
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David Trulík - Ph: Giampaolo Sgura for GQ China June 2017
Ph: Giampaolo Sgura for GQ China June 2017
New York:
DNA Models


Paris:
New Madison


Milan:
Independent Model Management


Barcelona:
Uno Models


Copenhagen:
2pm Model Management


Hamburg:
PMA


Sydney:
Kult Australia


This ruggedly masculine Slovakian was an early favorite of Kim Jones’s, closing Louis Vuitton’s Fall 2015 show as an exclusive in his very first season before appearing in the house’s men’s campaign by Alasdair McLellan later that year. He’s featuring in Vogue Hommes International, Another Man, and British GQ since then, along with Bally’s colorful Spring 2017 ads. This Spring sees him suited up for Cerruti and Zara by Willy Vanderperre.
David Alexander Flinn
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David Alexander Flinn - Ph: Jeiroh Yanga for VMan
Ph: Jeiroh Yanga for VMan
New York:
IMG


Paris:
IMG Paris


London:
IMG London


Milan:
IMG Milano


Los Angeles:
IMG Los Angeles


Sydney:
IMG Australia


This native New Yorker is something of an insider’s secret, with select jobs for Prada, Louis Vuitton, Vogue Hommes International, and Hercules. The tattooed mixed-media artist, already a veteran of several solo shows in New York, appears on the cover of Vogue Italia for July as well, all cleaned-up for Steven Meisel’s lens.
Dylan Fender
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Dylan Fender - Ph: Ethan James Green for Valentino S/S 18
Ph: Ethan James Green for Valentino S/S 18
New York:
IMG


Paris:
Bananas Models


London:
IMG London


Milan:
IMG Milano


This sharp-cheeked Californian has been a runway staple since breaking through as a Prada exclusive for Spring 2017. Key appearances in Vogue Italia by Steven Meisel and W by Collier Schorr followed, and he has gone been on a campaign streak for the last three seasons, first popping up in Willy Vanderperre’s Spring 2017 shots for Prada, then David Bailey’s for Valentino, and now Fendi’s daydreamy Spring 2018 ads by Ethan James Green.
Erik van Gils
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Erik van Gils - Ph: Ferry van der Nat for Tom Ford Spring 2019
Ph: Ferry van der Nat for Tom Ford Spring 2019
New York:
DNA Models


Paris:
Marilyn Agency


London:
Next London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Barcelona:
Uno Models


Sydney:
Kult Australia


Part of the new wave of Dutch models, this curly-haired star has been a runway favorite since making his debut as a Prada exclusive during the Spring 2015 show. In the years since, he has popped up in Another Man, VMan, 10 Men, and Vogue Italia, along with all the key fashion shows. Roberto Cavalli, Tom Ford, Coach, Zara and Moschino booked him to front their campaigns/lookbooks with Calvin Klein, Boss, and Hermes choosing Erik for their shows show he is very much still in demand.
Felix Gesnouin
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Felix Gesnouin - Ph: for Roberto Cavalli Uomo Fragrance 2016
Ph: for Roberto Cavalli Uomo Fragrance 2016
New York:
VNY Models


Paris:
Success Models


Paris:
Success Models


London:
Supa Model Management


Barcelona:
View Management


Tokyo:
Donna Models


Long a favorite of Europe’s big brands like Prada, Louis Vuitton, Jil Sander, Dior Homme, and Valentino, this French industrial design student made the leap to America in a big way this year, showing up on all the top New York runways and in Details. His first campaign, for Iceberg this Fall, marks another big step forward.
Finnlay Davis
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Finnlay Davis - Ph: Jack Davison for Hermes F/W 18
Ph: Jack Davison for Hermes F/W 18
New York:
VNY Models


Paris:
Elite Paris


London:
Elite London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Amsterdam:
Elite Amsterdam


Barcelona:
Elite Spain


Copenhagen:
Elite Copenhagen


Stockholm:
MP Stockholm


One of our breakout show boys of 2015, this young Brit proves his crossover appeal, appearing on top runways and in campaigns for Prada, Lanvin, Versus and Lanvin..
Gabriel-Kane Day Lewis
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Gabriel-Kane Day Lewis - Ph: for Panorama Icon
Ph: for Panorama Icon
New York:
IMG


Paris:
IMG Paris


London:
IMG London


Milan:
IMG Milano


Los Angeles:
IMG Los Angeles


Son of actors Daniel Day-Lewis and Isabelle Adjani, this young musician proves to be bigger than just a famous last name, with an appearance at Chanel’s Fall couture show, in a David Sims’s campaign for Calvin Klein Platinum and his latest, the Dolce Gabbana S/S 2017 campaign.
Geron McKinley
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Geron McKinley - Ph: Randall Mesdon for At Large Spring 2018
Ph: Randall Mesdon for At Large Spring 2018
New York:
CLICK


Paris:
16MEN


London:
Storm Management


Milan:
Elite Milan


Compton-born and -raised, this ruggedly handsome California boy has been around since a shoot with Collier Schorr for Fantastic Man back in 2013, and a slew of campaigns in 2017 brought him to a new level of exposure, from Versace, Aldo, and Fenty for Spring to Gap and Philipp Plein for Fall. With innumerable catwalk appearances and shoots for HERO, Vogue Italia, Numero Homme, and T, alongside repeat placement with several big-name clients, his career shows no sign of stopping.
Henry Kitcher
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Henry Kitcher - Ph: Ferry van der Nat for Tom Ford Spring 2019
Ph: Ferry van der Nat for Tom Ford Spring 2019
Cologne:
Tomorrow Is Another Day


A popular runway pick since 2013, this edgy British art student has hit his stride with campaigns since last year, starting a run with Versus Versace by Collier Schorr for Spring 2016. Repeat appearances for Vivienne Westwood bookend his Spring 2017 Burberry campaign by Josh Olins this year, and his editorial prowess continues with shoots for Dazed, HERO, 10 Men, and ODDA. Fall 2018 proves to be a big winner with brands as varied as Pringle, Givenchy and Isabel Marant.
Jin Dachuan
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Jin Dachuan - Ph: David Sims for Boss Fall 2018
Ph: David Sims for Boss Fall 2018
New York:
Wilhelmina New York


Paris:
Elite Paris


London:
Next London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Barcelona:
Elite Spain


Beijing:
Instar Model Management


Beijing:
Instar Model Management


Copenhagen:
Elite Copenhagen


An industry veteran since making his runway debut in 2013 at Prada, this sharp-featured Chinese has worked steadily for years, from walking for Bottega Veneta, Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Gucci, Jil Sander, and Burberry to a run of notable editorials in nearly every Chinese fashion magazine. This past spring marked his campaign debut for Dolce & Gabbana, which he has followed up with ads for Tod’s and Boss by David Sims.
Jonas Glöer
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Jonas Glöer - Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Calvin Klein Jeans S/S 17
Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Calvin Klein Jeans S/S 17
Cologne:
Tomorrow Is Another Day


Since his start in the summer of 2013, this edgy German has shown up on key runways like Dior Homme, Valentino, Raf Simons, and Prada, even closing the latest show in January. Willy Vanderperre shot him for Another Magazine last year, and brings him back for spring to front the Jil Sander campaign and for pre fall 2016, the Prada campaign.
Jordan Barrett
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Jordan Barrett - Ph: Chris Colls for Frame x Jordan Barrett Collection
Ph: Chris Colls for Frame x Jordan Barrett Collection
New York:
DNA Models


Paris:
Next Paris


London:
Next London


Milan:
Next Milan


Barcelona:
Sight Management Studio


Sydney:
Kult Australia


Talk about inevitable. A hefty social media following, a compelling intensity and some major work (both editorial and commercial) has combined to make the force of nature that's Mr Barrett, one of the hottest male models of the moment. We expect even more to come from the charismatic Aussie.
Julian Schneyder
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Julian Schneyder - Ph: for Topman F/W 17
Ph: for Topman F/W 17
New York:
Soul Artist Management


Paris:
New Madison


London:
Select Model Management


Milan:
d'management group


Barcelona:
Sight Management Studio


Brussels:
Dominique Models


Hamburg:
Kult Models


Sydney:
Kult Australia


Vienna:
Wiener Models


A favorite of Milan’s biggest brands like Versace, Calvin Klein, and Dolce & Gabbana since his start last year, the Austrian judo champion also logged spots in Mert & Marcus’ fall 2015 ads for DSquared2 and Milan Vukmirovic's for Port 1961, Calvin Klein Underwear for Spring 2016 and the Giorgio Armani campaign for Fall 2016.
Kalib Besher
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Kalib Besher - Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Calvin pre Spring 2018
Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Calvin pre Spring 2018
New York:
Next New York


Paris:
Next Paris


London:
Next London


Milan:
Next Milan


Los Angeles:
Next LA


Three Calvin Klein campaigns in a row last year were a stellar start for this Atlantan, who also landed the Theory ads by Oliver Hadlee Pearch and a Zara lookbook earlier this year. This Fall finds him covering 10 Men by Benjamin Lennox and off to a stellar runway season with Ferragamo, Monse, Prabal Gurung, and Matthew Adams Dolan on his list.
Kit Butler
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Kit Butler - Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Zara F/W 18 Lookbook
Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Zara F/W 18 Lookbook
New York:
Soul Artist Management


Paris:
Bananas Models


London:
Next London


Milan:
Fashion Model Management


Barcelona:
Sight Management Studio


Copenhagen:
Le Management


Hamburg:
Kult Models


Stockholm:
MIKAs


Sydney:
Kult Australia


A breakout face of 2015 after opening Coach’s first men’s show under Stuart Vevers last January as his first job, this fresh-faced Brit has since popped up in Wonderland, Vogue Italia, Hercules, Client, At Large, and Made in Brazil. He marks his first major campaigns this year, with DSquared by Mert & Marcus in the Spring and Emporio Armani by Lachlan Bailey for Fall.
Kohei Takabatake
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Kohei Takabatake - Ph: Willy Vanderperre for NY Times Style Magazine Spring 2019
Ph: Willy Vanderperre for NY Times Style Magazine Spring 2019
New York:
IMG


Paris:
Bananas Models


London:
IMG London


Milan:
CREW Model Management


One of the clear breakouts of the young year, this classically handsome Japanese had a stellar début season last summer, closing Prada and walking for Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, and Valentino as well. His runway streak has continued so far this year as he has added campaigns by Willy Vanderperre for Prada, Steven Meisel for Coach, and Lachlan Bailey for Calvin Klein alongside.
Luc Defont-Saviard
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Luc Defont-Saviard - Ph: Steven Meisel for Versace S/S 19
Ph: Steven Meisel for Versace S/S 19
Paris:
Success Models


A longtime Louis Vuitton favorite (he has walked for the brand all four of his seasons in the industry and counting), this freckled Frenchman hits the campaign jackpot this year with repeat appearances in Louis Vuitton's Spring and French ads as well as both seasons for Calvin Klein, marking him as a favorite on both sides of the Atlantic.
Luca Lemaire
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Luca Lemaire - Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Raf Simons S/S 16
Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Raf Simons S/S 16
New York:
The Identity


Sometimes in modeling, it’s less about the quantity than it is about the quality, and it’s hard to beat the track record of this Belgian, who is now fronting his 4th campaign in a row for Raf Simons this Spring. He teams up again with Willy Vanderperre, who has also shot him for Vogue Hommes International and Fantastic Man.
Lucky Blue Smith
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Lucky Blue Smith - Ph: Pierre Toussaint for Kith x Versace Spring 2019
Ph: Pierre Toussaint for Kith x Versace Spring 2019
New York:
IMG


Paris:
IMG Paris


London:
IMG London


Milan:
IMG Milano


Los Angeles:
IMG Los Angeles


Sydney:
IMG Australia


This social-media star with glacial blue eyes and shock of platinum hair was met with near instantaneous success, his idol allure and crossover appeal was immediately tapped for campaigns for CK One, Tommy Hilfiger and H&M. Fall 2015 continues his mounting dominance in campaigns with Annie Leibovitz, Mario Sorrenti and Steven Klein. Heralded by WSJ as a “star on the rise” he definitely has all the makings of one.
Max Barczak
profile
Max Barczak - Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Calvin Klein Main Label F/W 18
Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Calvin Klein Main Label F/W 18
New York:
Wilhelmina New York


Paris:
Elite Paris


Milan:
CREW Model Management


Barcelona:
Uno Models


Copenhagen:
Scoop Models


Hamburg:
Modelwerk


Hong Kong:
sun esee model management


Sydney:
Chic Management


This wavy-haired Pole has been a runway favorite ever since his début opening Prada’s Spring 2016 show as an exclusive a few years ago. Key editorials in Wonderland, Another Man, Hercules, and ODDA came soon after, and he follows up a Topman lookbook and Bally’s Fall 2016 campaign with Willy Vanderperre’s Zara ads from last Fall.
Nathan Westling
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Nathan Westling - Ph: Collier Schorr
Ph: Collier Schorr
New York:
The Society Management


Paris:
Elite Paris


Paris:
Elite Paris


London:
Elite London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Barcelona:
Elite Spain


Copenhagen:
Elite Copenhagen


Only the lucky few have the ability to forge a career path as a true fixture. Nathan has done it and blazed a trail along the way: formerly known as Natalie, he is the instantly recognizable crimson-haired face of numerous coveted campaigns. By announcing his transition in 2019 Westling is proving uncompromising identity is the future of fashion.
Noah Luis Brown
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Noah Luis Brown - Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Calvin Klein F/W 18
Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Calvin Klein F/W 18
New York:
DNA Models


Paris:
New Madison


London:
Select Model Management


Zurich:
Visage Management


A former ballet dancer and fashion design student, this sharp Swiss broke out in a big way opening Louis Vuitton’s Fall 2017 show as an exclusive. He quickly made the leap to campaigns with the French house’s Fall 2017 ads by Steven Meisel, who also shot him for Vogue Italia as well as the Louis Vuitton and Versace campaigns. Calvin Klein campaigns and an Iceberg fragrance cement his top status.
Oliver Houlby
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Oliver Houlby - Ph: Christian McDonald for Zara Chinese New Year 2019
Ph: Christian McDonald for Zara Chinese New Year 2019
New York:
DNA Models


Paris:
New Madison


London:
Supa Model Management


Milan:
CREW Model Management


Copenhagen:
2pm Model Management


One of our breakout show guys of 2017, this young Dane was barely off the runway as a Prada exclusive at the Fall 2017 show before his campaign for the Italian brand shot by Willy Vanderperre made its mark. Quality wins out over quantity as a few important editorials have brought him to Steven Meisel’s latest campaign for Louis Vuitton.
Oscar Kindelan
profile
Oscar Kindelan - Ph: David Sims for Boss F/W 18
Ph: David Sims for Boss F/W 18
New York:
IMG


Paris:
New Madison


London:
The Squad


Milan:
Why Not Model Management


Barcelona:
Uno Models


Hamburg:
M4 Models


Los Angeles:
IMG Los Angeles


Stockholm:
Stockholmsgruppen


Discovered outside a Justin Bieber concert, this Spaniard landed a spot on our list of 2016’s runway breakouts by walking for everyone from Prada and Louis Vuitton to Dior Homme and JW Anderson, opening and closing Valentino’s Spring 2017 show along the way. Willy Vanderperre shot him for Document and his appearances in Hercules, Numéro Homme, and The Last Magazine were capped by Steven Meisel’s shots for Coach’s Fall 2017 campaign. This year has seen him in ads by Meisel again for Loewe and Versace and Hugo Boss by David Sims.
Paul Hameline
profile
Paul Hameline - Ph: Cameron McCool for YSL Palermo Summer Night 2018 teaser
Ph: Cameron McCool for YSL Palermo Summer Night 2018 teaser
New York:
The Lions


Paris:
Success Models


Our 2017 Model of the Year: Men winner, this androgynous Parisian is the artsy favorite for Prada, Balenciaga, and Vetements and has notched a strong run of editorials by the likes of Collier Schorr, Paolo Roversi, Willy Vanderperre, and Steven Meisel. His debut campaign for Sacai by Craig McDean in Spring 2017 kicked off a strong year that continued with three appearances in Vogue Italia and the HUGO campaign for Fall by Harley Weir.
Piero Mendez
profile
Piero Mendez - Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Calvin Klein Main Label 2018
Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Calvin Klein Main Label 2018
New York:
Next New York


Paris:
Bananas Models


London:
Next London


Milan:
I Love Models Management


Barcelona:
View Management


Hamburg:
Modelwerk


Stockholm:
MP Stockholm


Prada’s opener last summer, this young Spaniard with the standout afro has been an editorial favorite ever since, lensed by Josh Olins for the Spring Balenciaga campaign. His strong streak of runway appearances has been nonstop, and he was shot by Mario Sorrenti for the latest Calvin Klein Jeans ads.
Presley Gerber
profile
Presley Gerber - Ph: Cameron McNee for L'Officiel Hommes Netherlands Spring/Summer 2018
Ph: Cameron McNee for L'Officiel Hommes Netherlands Spring/Summer 2018
New York:
DNA Models


Paris:
Viva Paris


London:
Viva London


There’s no denying this young Angeleno has great genes. The son of the iconic Cindy Crawford, this all-American teen made his campaign debut in 2016 as part of Calvin Klein’s #mycalvins series and has repeated in the label’s Calvin Klein Jeans campaigns by Willy Vanderperre twice this year. Following a spot in Balmain’s Fall 2017 ads, he lands his first fragrance campaign this season for Yves Saint Laurent Black Opium.
Roberto Sipos
profile
Roberto Sipos - Ph: Collier Schorr for Zara S/S 18
Ph: Collier Schorr for Zara S/S 18
New York:
Soul Artist Management


Paris:
Bananas Models


London:
Models 1


Milan:
Elite Milan


Barcelona:
Traffic Models


Brussels:
Dominique Models


Hamburg:
Modelwerk


Stockholm:
MP Stockholm


Sydney:
Kult Australia


Tokyo:
Bravo Models


After over five years as an industry stalwart, this freckled Romanian has hit his stride of late with a string of campaigns for Zara by Willy Vanderperre and Dan Jackson. He continues to be a runway favorite as well, and can count shoots for i-D, Hercules, Vogue Italia by Steven Meisel, and Interview by Fabien Baron among his accomplishments.
Salomon Diaz
profile
Salomon Diaz - Ph: Daniel Jackson for Calvin Klein White Label Spring 2018
Ph: Daniel Jackson for Calvin Klein White Label Spring 2018
New York:
Soul Artist Management


Paris:
Success Models


Milan:
I Love Models Management


Barcelona:
Uno Models


Copenhagen:
Two Management


Hamburg:
SPIN Model Management


Los Angeles:
Two Management


With his sharp features and toned body, it’s not hard to understand why this Colombian was quickly snapped up for a Calvin Klein Underwear campaign by Willy Vanderperre last summer. He repeats for the label again this spring in the brand's White Label ads along with Tom Ford’s shots for his fragrance Eau de Soleil Blanc by Steven Klein.
Sang Woo Kim
profile
Sang Woo Kim - Ph: Emma Dalzell for Glass Men Spring 2019
Ph: Emma Dalzell for Glass Men Spring 2019
New York:
The Lions


A Model of the Week from this past January, this one-of-a-kind Brit has come a long way since modeling for his Central St. Martins classmates. Appearances on the Burberry Prorsum and Kenzo Fall 2014 runways led to a Stone Island campaign, and a stellar Spring 2015 show season—including Dolce & Gabbana, Dries Van Noten, and DKNY—that earned him a spot in our Future Faces feature this summer. An appearance this season in the energetic Hunter campaign keeps the momentum going for this fine-art major.
Serge Rigvava
profile
Serge Rigvava - Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Zara F/W 17
Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Zara F/W 17
New York:
Wilhelmina New York


Paris:
Elite Paris


London:
Elite London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Barcelona:
Elite Spain


Copenhagen:
Elite Copenhagen


Hamburg:
PMA


Stockholm:
MP Stockholm


Tokyo:
Donna Models


One of our favorite runway breakouts of 2015, this curly-haired Austrian has been a catwalk must-have ever since. He’s popped up in Wonderland, Numero Homme, Fashion For Men, and The Last Magazine during the ensuing years, along with campaigns for Valentino by David Bailey and Zegna by Inez & Vinoodh. He cleaned up with blue-chip brands last Fall with ads for Zara by Willy Vanderperre and Club Monaco.
Tim Schuhmacher
profile
Tim Schuhmacher - Ph: Blair Getz Mezibov for British GQ
Ph: Blair Getz Mezibov for British GQ
New York:
VNY Models


Paris:
Premium Models


London:
Supa Model Management


Milan:
Elite Milan


Copenhagen:
Unique Models


A Top Newcomer on the strength of his opening and closing slot at Prada, this young German has been a common sight on the runway every since. He started off his stellar career with campaigns for Dior Homme by Willy Vanderperre and Calvin Klein’s Platinum label by Mert and Marcus, Hugo Boss HUGO by Pierre Debusschere. His continuing Prada Fragrance campaign shows he's a long distance runner.
Ton Heukels
profile
Ton Heukels - Ph: Christian Anwander for H&M May 2014
Ph: Christian Anwander for H&M May 2014
New York:
Wilhelmina New York


Paris:
Elite Paris


London:
Elite London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Barcelona:
Elite Spain


Copenhagen:
Scoop Models


Hamburg:
Kult Models


The tousled hair and full lips catch your eye but it's the sense of fun and energy that Ton radiates that makes this Dutch face one of the consistently booked young men since 2012
Ty Ogunkoya
profile
Ty Ogunkoya - Ph: Yohann Truminski for L'Official Hommes Thailand Spring 2019
Ph: Yohann Truminski for L'Official Hommes Thailand Spring 2019
New York:
New York Model Management


Paris:
Premium Models


Milan:
Why Not Model Management


Barcelona:
View Management


Copenhagen:
Le Management


Hamburg:
SPIN Model Management


Stockholm:
MIKAs


Sydney:
Kult Australia


A decade ago, Ty made a big splash with his first campaign appearing in DKNY S/S 09. Flash forward 10 years and the young Brit is doing better than ever appearing for clients as wide ranging as Missoni, Topman, Liberty and Gap. Fashion loves a comeback kid and so do we.
Xavier Buestel
profile
Xavier Buestel - Ph: Erik Torstensson for Theory F/W 17
Ph: Erik Torstensson for Theory F/W 17
New York:
New York Model Management


Paris:
Success Models


London:
Elite London


Milan:
I Love Models Management


Barcelona:
Uno Models


Copenhagen:
Scoop Models


This Frenchman’s classic Gallic looks have been a hit with the luxury clients since his début at Berluti in 2013, with Prada and Dries Van Noten taking advantage of his elegant appeal as well. After appearing in Gucci’s Fall 2014 campaign by Mert & Marcus, he has popped up in lookbooks for Bally, COS, Alexander McQueen, and Acne this year, as well as the latest Hermes and Sandro ads.
Zhengyang Zhang
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Zhengyang Zhang - Ph: Harley Weir for Hugo Boss S/S 2018
Ph: Harley Weir for Hugo Boss S/S 2018
New York:
IMG


London:
IMG London


Milan:
IMG Milano


Barcelona:
Sight Management Studio


Los Angeles:
IMG Los Angeles


A former dancer, this longhaired and androgynous native of China had a strong run of editorials last year, including W Magazine by Steven Meisel, Vogue by Gregory Harris, Dazed by Ethan James Green, Teen Vogue by Daniel Jackson, and HERO. His move into top campaigns including H&M and Hugo by Harley Weir this season marks him as one to watch.