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I love a fun retro fashion spread, especially when it features one of my favorite male models.

Oliver Cheshire rocks short shorts and other beachwear numbers as he roller skates around Venice Beach while under the creative eye of photographer Doug Inglish. The 80s-inspired editorial is featured in the latest issue of GQ Style UK.

Watch a clip of Cheshire below, along with more photos from the shoot. If you like a good booty tan line, definitely proceed.

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Apparently, the term ‘plus-size‘ doesn’t work for male models. At least, in the eyes of IMG Models. The international model management firm has decided to rebrand the term and create a new division called ‘brawn.’

“Brawn has a body positive message. Brawn is physical strength,” said Ivan Bart, president at IMG Models to “The body positive messaging and size diversity is something that’s relevant and something that continues to be on everybody’s mind. We have to extend the conversation for men,” he added.

Zach Miko is the agency’s first brawn model. At 6’6″ and a 40″ waist, he certainly fits the bill. He’s fronted ads for Target and guest starred on CBS’ Limitless and NBC’s Shades of Blue. With all the notoriety he’s received since IMG announced the news, he’ll become the male version of Ashley Graham in no time. She’s the curvy sensation who recently graced the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.

Personally, I don’t mind the new term, but I’m sure some will hate it and probably cite it as being sexist towards women. Why are women still being called plus-size and men aren’t? Weigh in with your thoughts after checking out more pics of Miko below.

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Henry Cavill Goes Unnoticed In Times Square

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This is even sadder than Carly Rae Jepsen earning only $35 busking at Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade. It’s sad because it’s actually not that surprising this occurred.

There’s no denying that Henry Cavill is one of the hottest men in the world and probably would’ve been manhandled had this experiment happened in SoHo or in the Meatpacking District. With that being said, given his exposure as the Man of Steel, he’s not exactly a household name. Love him and would love to lick every inch of his body, but he’s kinda lacking in the charisma department. Don’t you agree?

In the movies, Clark Kent goes unrecognized as the Man of Steel due to his glasses. In this situation, even without eyewear and sporting a Superman tee, the 32-year-old actor goes unnoticed in Times Square. Not even with him standing under a billboard does a mob being to form. Watch the video below.

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After he gained notoriety as the world’s hottest math teacher, Pietro Boselli soon started racking up modeling gigs. One of his first major clients was Emporio Armani.

The 28-year-old Italian stud reunites with the label for their EA7 sportswear line’s spring/summer 2016 campaign. Shot in stunning Sardinia, Boselli put his muscles on display as he models the brand’s athletic offerings. Check out some of the pics below.

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For their 2015 Pride Collection, Levi’s looked to the Stonewall riots of 1969 as creative inspiration. This year, the iconic denim brand partnered with the Harvey Milk Foundation to honor the late activist.

“Harvey was a true leader, whose passion was palpable and has expanded the decades since his untimely assassination,” said Grant Barth, chief merchandising officer at Levi Strauss & Co., who explained the inspiration of the collection to WWD. “He brought not only the LGBTQ community forward, but he fought for the visibility of all minorities.”

The gender neutral collection includes items such as an exclusive ringer T-shirt and tank top, both with a Harvey Milk bottle graphic and pride timeline, a trucker jacket emblazoned with Harvey Milk’s inspiring quote “Hope will never be silent,” and stonewashed shorts with rainbow embroidered watch pocket and Harvey Milk patches. A portion of the proceeds from the collection will go towards the Harvey Milk Foundation.

The collection will roll out in select locations in Australia and Asia beginning this month, and throughout the Americas and Europe in May and June. Check out some of the pieces below.

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The last time Bryce Harper graced the cover of ESPN magazine, his ripped torso was on display for the publication’s annual Body Issue. Like most people, I prefer to see the 23-year-old in his birthday suit. However, I can’t deny he looks fantastically dapper on the current issue. The Washington Nationals player can certainly rock a suit.

In addition to channeling his inner Zoolander for the stylish editorial, Harper opens about the sport that made him a household name. In the piece titled “Sorry, Not Sorry,” he calls baseball “tired.”

“It’s a tired sport, because you can’t express yourself. You can’t do what people in other sports do. I’m not saying baseball is, you know, boring or anything like that, but it’s the excitement of the young guys who are coming into the game now who have flair. If that’s Matt Harvey or Jacob deGrom or Manny Machado or Joc Pederson or Andrew McCutchen or Yasiel Puig — there’s so many guys in the game now who are so much fun.”

“What are kids playing these days? Football, basketball. Look at those players — Steph Curry, LeBron James. It’s exciting to see those players in those sports. Cam Newton — I love the way Cam goes about it. He smiles, he laughs. It’s that flair. The dramatic.”

You know what, he’s not completely wrong. I can’t remember the last time I watched a baseball game on TV. Meanwhile, I enjoy watching basketball, hockey, soccer and tennis every once in a while. And by that, I mean the playoffs and big events. I don’t have the commitment to watch regular season play 😉 Check out more pics below snapped by Peter Hapak.

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And a beautiful face it is. Roger Frampton is serving up major ‘Blue Steel’ that would make Zoolander jealous.

The British stunner puts his strong jaw and chiseled features on display for a grooming editorial featuring in Men’s Health Germany. Photographer Martin Bauendahl snaps Frampton shaving his face and doing other grooming rituals. Check out more pics below.

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Julian Schneyder can currently be seen wrestling with Mitchell Slaggert for Calvin Klein’s latest underwear campaign. The Austrian model takes a break from all that hot body contact and heads outdoors for a stylish editorial for Fashion For Men.

Photographer Milan Vukmirovic snaps Schneyder rocking out looks from DSquared2 with majestic woods in the backdrop. Whether it’s furry and fringe accessories, slick leather jackets or skimpy black underwear, Julian is a vision. Check out more photos below.

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