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Adam Senn Models For Industrie

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Dolce & Gabbana Male Models Wrestle, Dance


Is it ever too early in the day to watch male dancers grapple in a Dolce & Gabbana video? We thinks not. Starring scantily clad dancers from the Rambert Dance Company, this fashion spot for Wonderland magazine is easy on the eyes, indeed. For a moment, I wondered what their names are, but then I remembered it doesn’t really matter. [Fashin] Keep reading »

Sean O’Pry Is The Male Model Of The Moment

Hey, all! Recently, my new boyfriend and I took a trip to the beach together. Sure, he’s a little younger than me, but true love knows no reason. Also, he’s way hotter than me, but who cares! His name is Sean O’Pry, he’s not old enough to drink until July, and he’s best known for being a sexy mofo. I took a lot of footage of him with no shirt on, and also wandering around in the waves looking moody. Jealous much? Yes, you are. [Fashin] Keep reading »

Wait, It’s Not Hump Day?

Hello. May we take a moment to objectify men? Yes, we may. These two man-beasts go by the names Duke Dlouhy and Doug Porter, if that matters to you. Here, they are wrestling and shedding most of their clothes for FHM Collections, a publication I did not know existed until now. Duke and Doug: If you’re reading this, I’d like you to come over at 8. In your underpants. More shots of these two hotties after the jump. Keep reading »

Male Models Are More Than Pretty Faces?

Ladies and gentlemen who like gentlemen, there is now a reason far better than saving on Manhattan rent to move to Bushwick, Brooklyn: a bunch of male models being artsy in a space visible from the street. By “a bunch,” we mean four and by “visible from the street,” we mean it’s not weird to set up camp outside the Bushwick storefront that man models Boyd Holbrook, Vincent Lacrocq, Jacques Naude, and Jamie Strachan have turned into a studio/gallery for their own work and shows by local artists. The [gorgeous] boys told Style.com that the space, called BAG (for Be A Giant), is a way for them to “loan our luck to other people” by providing a creative environment and display space for emerging artists. Eventually, they see it turning into a money-making artistic cooperative that capitalizes on the artists who have settled all over the neighborhood. If that means we can stop by their shows to check out the “art” and stuff, we’re rooting for their success. [Style.com] Keep reading »

This Is Your Cupid On Drugs

This is what happens when a certain arrow-wielding matchmaker gives in to peer pressure and starts smoking whatever’s being passed around at Dionysus‘s parties. And no, we don’t know why he’s stroking that fur tail so intently. [The Cut] Keep reading »

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