Gotta hand it to Matthew Terry. Months after his heavily-hyped appearance in Calvin Klein’s first Super Bowl commercial, the sexy male model is still booking major editorials. His latest finds him in the June issue of Details Magazine. Photographer Milan Vukmirovic masterfully snaps Terry in a spread titled “White Noise.”
Matthew is his usual handsome self in threads impeccably styled by Matthew Marden including pieces from Paul Smith, Dior Homme, Marc Jacobs, Boss and Diesel to name a few. Check out the images below.
Ever since Matthew Terry appeared in over 100 million homes on Super Bowl Sunday he’s become the obsession of many- myself included. His Calvin Klein underwear commercial was one of the most buzzed about ads for sure. It’s only fitting, he’s front and center for the brand’s spankin’ new commercial. Calvin Klein certainly is working his new prize pony hard, isn’t he?
Terry sizzles in black and white for Calvin Klein’s Dark Obsession ad shot by Dan Jackson. The new fragrance will debut at Macy’s stores in mid-March. If you’re a fan of the background music, it’s “In The City” by Chromatics. Check out the new commercial below.
Ever since Matthew Terry gained millions of new fans (and stalkers) after his Super Bowl commercial debut, he’s been on the talk show circuit nonstop. Under the guise of getting to know the male model better, several shows have brought on the Calvin Klein spokesman. From Inside Edition to Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live and everything in between, he’s been working overtime showing off that rock hard stomach (courtesy of planks) to anyone who’ll have him. Maybe we can get him as our first ever guest star on our own Homorazzi show. Dibs on applying body makeup ;)
For one of his promotional obligations, Terry stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Since I was frantically packing for a Whistler ski getaway, I missed the show. I’m sure I’m not the only one who didn’t catch it, so I thought I’d post it anyway, despite being a couple of days late. Check out Matthew showing off his white boy dance moves and more importantly, his sexy body for Ellen and her horny audience. Speaking of Ellen, given that she loves swimming in the lady pond, she certainly has her fair share of hot men stripping on the show. LOL. Check out her latest piece of man candy below.
If you watched the Baltimore Ravens defeat the San Francisco 49ers, you might’ve caught a glimpse of Matthew Terry during one of the commercials. The Pennsylvania-born model appeared in Calvin Klein’s first ever Super Bowl ad. If you’re like many women, gay men and closeted straights (LOL), you undoubtedly swooned over his defined physique. Get to know the stud behind the abs.
Terry first started modeling after his mother submitted photos for the 2011 V MAN model search. Not only did he score a coveted cover for the publication, but he also snagged a modeling contract with Ford Agency. Though he’s relatively new to the fashion industry, Matthew has made a big name for himself. In addition to becoming the face (and body) of Calvin Klein underwear, he’s worked with Versace and DKNY. His editorial credits include Interview, Out, Essential Homme, Vogue Hommes Japan and V Man. Currently he’s ranked within the Top 25 on models.com. Check out a sample of Terry’s portfolio below including plenty of underwear pics… in Calvin Klein of course.
It’s about time Calvin Klein got in the Super Bowl game. With Tom Brady and the Patriots not battling it out in the big game, nor an underwear-clad David Beckham strutting his stuff in the commercials, there’s definitely a void in the eye candy department. Enter CK with their brand new “CONCEPT.”
Diet Coke’s new commercial became a viral sensation earlier this week, thanks to the hotness that is Andrew Cooper. I’m sure the underwear brand is hoping a similar effect occurs with their leading man, Matthew Terry. The 21-year-old model with a Greek god-like physique is the star of Calvin Klein’s Super Bowl campaign introducing their new line, Calvin Klein Concept. The new underwear will feature “360-degree seamless technology construction.”
Terry’s full-length clip will air in its entirety on game day, but a 16-second teaser has made its way online. Based on the preview, CK’s first foray in Super Bowl advertising will put Beckham’s H&M undies clip last year to shame. Matthew is beaucoup HOT. Check out the video below.
It looks like David Beckham isn’t the only one who’s caught the fifties style inspiration bug. VMAN Magazine is prepping for the release of their #24 issue. Along with cover boy, James Franco, the mag includes a 1950’s spread titled Greasers & Squares as a part of their Decades series. The spread comes to us courtesy of Sharif Hamza, a New York based photographer and film maker. The photo spread is prefaced by the following:
Rockabilly bad boys and swing-dancing dweebs: American youth had a deeply desperate moment during the fifties. Switchblade smokers briefly bullied the buttoned-up. But then, a miracle brought everyone together: Rock and Roll.
The photo spread features modelling from Eniko Mahalik, Jakob Wiechmann, Justin Bravo and Matthew Terry just to name a few. If you remember, Matthew was VMAN’s cover boy co-winner this past summer. Check out the full photo spread after the jump.
This week’s Who’d You Rather is a little different than my regular Wednesday hotties. This time, I’ve chosen to feature two of VMAN magazine’s newest cover boys. These two boys are the winners of the VMAN Model Search. The winning prize was to be shot by famed photographer Steven Klein and to grace the cover of VMAN. The end result is quite awesome.
This was VMAN’s fifth model search in conjunction with Ford Models. This year out of six finalists, the contest wound up with two winners: Clark Cord and Matthew Terry. They each received a 15-page spread with the aforementioned photographer which will hit stands on September 1st. Clark Cord is 21-years-old and senior at Purdue University studying Construction Management. Matthew Terry is 20-years-old and from Ocean City, New Jersey.
Below, you can check out their VMAN covers and a sneak peek at their spread from their upcoming zines. But now, you have a very important decision to make. They may have both won the model search but you can only have one. So check out the evidence below and then choose, Who You’d Rather.