Hottest male models in the world right now!
These are the guys in the menswear hall of fame you should have on your feed. These are the hottest male models in the world right now!
It’s a hard life being a male model. To avoid the unimaginably awful fate of being just another pretty face, strings must be added to that really, really ridiculously good-looking bow.
It’s really great to be male model right now. In that blessing, social media has pushed so many people into modelling. Remember when someone tea staller was made a male model because of his looks? A mug shot of person got viral and become instant hit. You can be a hit over night, just post a good picture of yourself and boom another male model. But some are Greek gods, hottest male models in the world are taking over the world.
Today’s most influential male models aren’t so much seen and not heard, they’re seen, heard and then some. Rather than simply wearing the latest fashion trends, they are setting them and even designing them, making canny sidesteps into business ventures and turning their God-given cheekbones into social media clout and real-world capital. Meet the men with plenty of brains to match their brawn.
Hottest male models in the world right now!
Most male models are the end product of smoke and mirrors: they look good when stage-managed within an inch of their life, but have little affinity for the professional world they inhabit.
That’s not the case with Portugal-raised model Armando Cabral who can back up being generally elegant and expensive-looking with being the designer of an eponymous shoe brand that is every bit as tasteful in appearance as the man himself.
Whether you consider it admirable or unforgivable, Billy Huxley is one of OG beard wearers who spawned thousands of hairy-hipster imitators.
Putting that divisive achievement aside, in an industry where models are expected to be a blank canvas, Huxley’s decidedly unblanck canvas (he’s teeming with tattoos) gave rise to a new mens style icon where body mods become primary then clothing!
If ever there were a living embodiment of that quintessentially British essence of style the whole world goes crazy for, veteran David Gandy is surely it.
One of the few male models capable of spearheading campaigns for labels ranging from Dolce & Gabbana right through to Marks & Spencer – and making them look equally appealing – “Dandy Gandy” has forged a career off the back of his distinctive look, unique sense of style and deep-rooted understanding of menswear.
One of the most prominent male models alive today, Gandy also keeps the flag flying for tailoring.
Most men’s old prom photos serve as nothing more than a source of mild embarrassment. Sean O’Pry’ s, on the other hand, landed him a highly-lucrative career, modelling for the biggest fashion names on the face of the Earth.
The 28-year-old was scouted from his pictures on Myspace and quickly went on to help shape the face of menswear over the decade that followed.
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Lucky Blue Smith
Lucky Blue Smith, using social media as a tool of their trade is just second nature.
Signed at the age of 12, Smith has been in the throes of the fashion industry for the past decade. In that time, he’s walked runways for everyone who’s anyone and accrued a not unimpressive 3.3m keen followers on Instagram.
Lucky blue is the model of current generation. A generation that have a wider reach than any that went before them. The face of fashion is changing, and this 20-year-old trailblazer is leading the charge.
I’m going to be honest, he’s my favourite model and I look up much to him. I mean just look at that face, damn!
No list of sexiest male model will ever be complete without the inclusion of this all-round menswear legend, style king and Spanish tastemaker, Jon Kortajarena.
A resident of Shoreditch, one of London’s trendiest neighbourhoods, Kortajarena splits his time between fronting campaigns for high-fashion and high-street brands alike. You’ll also find him acting and keeping his Instagram followers satiated with some of the most stylish shots you’ll see on social media.
As far as first gigs go, Calvin Klein isn’t a bad one. That’s where this Hertfordshire lad cut his teeth not long after being scouted at the age of 15.
Over the course of his career, Cheshire has also modelled for labels and designers including Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, Orlebar Brown, Stella McCartney, Missoni, Hackett, Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister Co., Vivienne Westwood, Gap Inc. and Marks and Spencer. The latter reported a 50% increase in men’s swimwear sales when he was fronting their campaign.
When asked by French Vogue what his favourite hairstyling product is, 30-year-old supermodel Simon Nessman answers: “the ocean”. And his favourite hairstylist? “The wind”, obviously.
Nessman’s responses to those two questions are telling of his approach to modelling and life in general. This is a man who might be shooting an ad campaign for Givenchy in NYC one day and scaling the north face of a mountain in his native British Columbia the next.
Once upon a time young man rocked up to modelling agencies with a few amateur snaps and an overzealous mother, but if Cameron Dallas is anything to go by, things have changed.
YouTube and Vine (RIP) were the launch pad for this American online personality, whose modelling career is a side-gig for his full-time occupation of documenting his waking life to a frankly staggering audience. He has 20m Instagram followers at the time of writing, which is 3m more than Barack Obama.
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