10 hottest male models of all time
We put together the runway’s evergreen homme fatales
These Greek Gods refuse to age. Their hair, bodies, glowing complexion and smouldering sex appeal just get better with time. In fact their divine looks and the X factor which they exude (we find hard to put a name to that) just accentuates season after season. They continue to walk for fashion weeks, front campaigns of luxury brands and star in films. Here’s looking at fashion’s male hotties…
He’s the original clotheshorse — whether he’s in a three piece coat or a fur lined leather jacket or just in a pair of D&G brief — he’s a vision. His piercing eyes and godly physique make him one of the industry’s most photographed faces.
Everyone’s favourite, Christian Grey has always been a treat for sore eyes much before 50 Shades Of Grey released. Dornan has been one of the world’s most sought-after male models who fronted Calvin Klein campaign like a pro.
With his gorgeous mane and arresting features, this homme fatale served as the pin-up sensation for ’90s hipster handsomeness. He was the male model equivalent of that era’s obsessions — Ethan Hawke and Johnny Depp.
When Inez & Vinoodh need a male model, they tend to not look beyond Velencoso. The famous photography duo has clicked him for Arena Homme Plus, V Magazine, Paris Vogue, and many brands, including Giuseppe Zanotti.
Pretty and gifted with platinum-mane, Holbrook was the ultimate style icon of the early ’00s. He went on to appear in in Hedi Slimane’s surreal ads for Dior Homme, he brought in an era of skinny, androgynous male models. Since graduating from modelling, Holbrook has also dabbled in acting and starred in films like Gone Girl and Milk.
Pearson was the face of Valentino and Ralph Lauren in the ’80s and has also done a bit of television. In the recent past, he alighted on the cover of Vogue Italia, where he was reunited with ’90s supermodel Linda Evangelista.
He’s been Lagerfeld’s perennial muse. It’s hard to picture a Chanel catwalk without him when he knocks it out of the ballpark in the brand’s little black jacket. He’s a vision when he walks hand-in-hand down the luxury house’s runway with his mini-me son, Hudson. A Chanel-ler of emotions truly!
As the first black male model to front a campaign for Calvin Klein, Agbodji broke new grounds in fashion. When the Steven Klein-helmed campaign with its stunning imagery dropped, it became a cult classic.
He’s walked for every major international brand and design house. His unmistakable air of cool and confidence makes him the runway prince of all seasons. Prada, Lanvin or Dries Van Noten — he’s sizzled for them all.
He kickstarted his brush with fashion in the late ’80s on the runway for Jean Paul Gaultier and Dior. However his OMG-inducing moment came when Madonna cast him as the male lead in the David Fincher-directed clip for Express Yourself. Man, those abs are just beyond perfection!