Risque and Andrew Christian promo videos go hand in hand like tops and bottoms ;) Their latest, however, is inching closer to porn territory. Usually the models’ penises are only shown jingling about in their underwear, but there’s actual peens shown this time. It’s definitely NSFW.
Topher DiMaggio, Murray Swanby, Cory Zwierzynski, Kevin Benoit, Steven Andrade and Matt O’Reilly rub each other down in gold-like liquid. All this is to promote the brand’s Trophy Boy line which features metallic bands. Check out the sexy clip below.
For this week’s Sports Stud, we’re featuring a very handsome German racing cyclist named Marcel Kittel, who rides for Giant-Alpecin. He is 26-years old (turning 27 on May 11). Kittle went pro in 2011 where he specialized in bunch sprints and he has won stages in each of the three Grand Tours.
Kittel has been referred to as one of the golden boys of the sport. Aside from all of his wins and successes thus far at the sport (partially thanks to his sexy, muscular legs), he’s also very good looking with striking eyes and great hair. He also seems like a fun guy, always very respectable in interviews and up for signing autographs. He also doesn’t take himself too seriously either, posting a half naked picture of himself getting a massage and also taking a lesson in sumo wrestling! You can check out both below.
Check out his pictures and videos below!
Indiana is getting plenty of heat these days due to their religious freedom law. It’s somewhat ironic that the state that birthed Alfred Kinsey’s studies is supporting such a discriminatory rule. However, the Hoosier State isn’t the only offender when it comes to anti-gay laws.
Openly Jake pokes fun at states that really don’t have the LGBT communities’ back in his cute clip, “Gaytriotism Across America.” From the picture above, it appears it’s only the South that has a hate on for gays. Not true. There is one thing that puts an ‘X‘ in every state. Care to make any guesses what rule affects the entire LGBT community? Find out below.
Step back in time to America in the 60s. It was a very different world, and as much as still needs to be done in the battle for gay rights, it shows how much has already been accomplished. Your narrator is, mostly, Clara May, a 70 year old woman who has seen it all, and who doesn’t let much get to her. She knows what’s really important. Which is more than can be said for many of the other folk in her small, rural town of Dewers, Illinois.
Say it isn’t so. It’s not like people go there for the over-priced collegiate wear. Or do they still? I can’t even remember the last time I walked into an Abercrombie & Fitch store.
The retailer is making some huge changes to its policy, specifically its highly-sexualized marketing. For starters, shirtless models or ‘lifeguards’ as they like to call them, will no longer be on hand for store openings or events. The policy extends to all promotional material including shoppping bags, gift cards, in-store photos etc.
All this is part of the store’s strategy for “a customer-centric store-operating model and making it more convenient, friendlier and easier to shop.” Can they do something about the overpowering cologne that infiltrates into the entire mall?
The lengthy press release also talks about its commitment to inclusion and diversity and also not hiring “based on body type or physical attractiveness.” Read it in its entirety below.
It’s swimwear season soon for most of us in the Northern hemisphere. I can’t wait for those long hot Summer days just chilling . Naturally, it’s time to start shopping for some fashionable trunks for the pool and beach.
Marcuse Swimwear taps Steven Dehler to front their latest ad campaign. While Dehler looks sexy no matter what, I much prefer him with a short buzz cut as featured in my Model Behavior series. Oh well, I guess there’s just more to hang onto ;) Check out more pics snapped by Serge Lee below.
I first featured Pietro Boselli in my Model Behavior series back in 2013. Recently, the 26-year-old Italian stud became a viral sensation when a mechanical engineering student at University College London noticed his lecturer was a top fashion model. If Boselli was my professor, I’d gladly be a career student. He can teach me whatever he wants.
Charlie By Matthew Zink taps Boselli for a new campaign. Wisely, they’re capitalizing on his educational background using the hashtag #headmaster. Exactly what kind of head is he a master of ;) Pietro looks all kinds of juicy wearing a pair of tighty whities and black-rimmed glasses. WOOF!!!
In addition to being responsible for heating things up in the classroom, Boselli has also appeared in ads for Abercrombie & Fitch, Equinox Gym and more. Check out a few below.
Andreja Pejic makes history in the May 2015 issue of Vogue. The 23-year-old Serbian model is the first ever transgender model to ever be featured in the fashion bible.
Famed photographer Patrick Demarchelier snapped the beauty for the historic moment. Anna Wintour’s timing couldn’t be more perfect. Diane Sawyer’s highly-anticipated interview with Bruce Jenner airs this Friday. That woman must have a crystal ball in her office ;)
“If at the beginning of my career in the modelling industry or half way through it or even this time last year you told me that I would end up having a 4 page feature in AMERICAN VOGUE I would have probably told you ‘oh I dunno about that! That might be a bit difficult to achieve in the near future.’ In fact I was told by various people many times over that the chances of me ending up on these pages were slim to none. So you can only imagine what I’m feeling right now! Thank you #AnnaWintour,#TonneGoodman, #PatrickDemarchelier and#HelenaSuric for making history and having me be part of it but even more importantly for representing a whole social minority and an often forgotten community of women in such an important publication and opening doors for the rest of the fashion industry to do so!” Pejic wrote on Instagram
Up until 2014, Pejic was billed as an “androgynous” male model, self-described as living “in between genders.” She underwent a gender confirmation process last year to fully transition into a woman. For more, head over to Vogue.com to read her interview.