Despite being discovered at age six by Giorgio Armani, my latest Model Behavior selection is relatively new to the fashion industry. Pietro Boselli is an Italian born and bred stud who is primed for major success. With those eyes, lips and killer bod, it’s all but guaranteed. Not only does he have beauty and brawn, but this 24-year-old also has brains. In between posing for various photographers, he’s studying for his PHD in engineering. He’d be a triple threat on the upcoming Survivor: Cagayan dubbed Brawn vs. Brains vs. Beauty.
Not surprisingly, given that he was discovered by Armani, his portfolio is dominated by runway gigs for the Italian brand. Other notable highlights include posing for Bruce Weber and Duncan Black for Abercrombie & Fitch and Portis Wasp respectively. His editorial credits include a spread for GQ Style China. Agency Models 1 currently reps Pietro. Check out some of his work below and you’re welcome in advance ;)
You had to have known this post was coming. The second I saw Britney Spears’ “Perfume” clip, I knew Alexander Kjellevik was my next Model Behavior post. The Norwegian’s abs were the star of that clip. Even Spears’ most die-hard fans have to agree with that.
The 28-year-old debuted as a model during the Spring/Summer 2010 season, marching for Gianni Versace. The green-eyed stunner followed that up by working with major brands including Etro, Armani, Ermanno Scervino, John Varvatos and Iceberg. His editorial work include appearances in Maxim Italy and Kurv Magazine. Currently, he’s represented by Request Model Management NY (New York), NEVS (London) and Traffic Models (Barcelona).
He reminds me of Swedish supermodel Marcus Schenkenberg during his 90s hey day. There must be something in the water in that part of the world. For all you porn aficionados, he bears a striking resemblance to Randy Blue’s Malachi Marx. Don’t you think? Check out more of the Scandinavian stud below and weigh in afterward.
Stop the presses!!! For all you regular Homorazzi.com readers, you might be shocked that I’m back with a Model Behavior post. It’s been months since I last featured a model in my weekly series. Hope you enjoy the stud I picked for my return.
Domenique Melchior is a stunning Austrian model. The 6-foot-blond was discovered at the age of 17 when he entered a modeling competition. The 31-year-old model has fronted several major ad campaigns for Giorgio Armani, including being the face of the designer’s new Armani Code Sport Fragrance. Other high-profile gigs include Roberto Cavalli and Next Company and editorials for Allure, Elle Man Vietnam and Weiner magazine.
His sexier work include posing for famed photographer Bruce Weber and a couple of Cosmopolitan calendars. Given that he was a former professional soccer player, you can see where he gets his toned muscular body from. His mother agency is Wiener Models, but is also represented by Soul Artist Management (New York), Elite Stockholm and d’management group (Milan). Check out more photos of Domenique below.
As penance for neglecting my Model Behavior duties, I thought I’d pick a super beefy fitness model to feature. You don’t get any beefier than Colin Wayne. This dude has a sick body and an absolutely adorable face to match.
The 23-year-old Alabama native began his love for bodybuilding when he was deployed to Iraq. Since then he’s been packing on the muscle and for that we thank him. “Train insane or stay the same,” is his favorite quote. Words I definitely live by… NOT. Certainly don’t have the discipline to hit the gym religiously.
Check out a sampling of his portfolio below which includes his most recent cover- Vanity Hype. If you like football, you’ll like the spread.
Russian born Canadian super model Daniel Bederov has the most intense stare at times. That, along with the fact he looks pretty damn good with his shirt off is why I chose him this week for Model Behavior. At times, I sorta get a young Colin Farrell vibe off him.
Born in St. Petersburg in 1991, Bederov moved to Montreal after high school. He was discovered on Facebook by upcoming agency Dulcedo Model Management. His first editorial was for Vogue Hommes Japan. Since then, he’s graced the pages of Clint and Bite magazine and appeared in campaigns for Ogilvy, Deichmann and Monsieur Nicole. Bederov is represented by numerous agencies worldwide including NY Models, Elite London, and MGM Paris. Check out a sampling of his portfolio below.
In my attempt to make my Model Behavior feature more diversified, I noticed I’ve neglected the blonds for several weeks now. For all you lovers of flaxen-haired studs, hopefully Philippe LeBlond will satisfy your craving. If you’re a regular reader of the site you might recognize him from a Mr. Turk campaign I’ve previously shared.
The 29-year-old male model hails from St. Geroge, Quebec. LeBlond doesn’t have one of those spotted at the supermarket discovery kind of stories. He simply walked into a Montreal agency and the rest is history. He’s walked for Ermanno Scervino, John Galliano and Emporio Armani. In fact, opening for the latter’s show is one day in his career he’d like to relive. Philippe’s editorial credits include Boys, Nichol Judd, NaraCamicie, Boutique LÉnsemblier and Gilt. Check out a sampling of his portfolio below. Enjoy.
Apologies for ignoring my Model Behavior duties last week. Hopefully showcasing Sergio Carvajal will make for a sexy peace offering. The 20-year-old is one stunning model. He’s the boy next door. That is if you live in Spain.
Props to the model scout for discovering him while walking on Plaza Catalunya in Barcelona. Carvajal is relatively new to modeling but building a solid portfolio. Check out the results of several photo shoots below.
We all know the saying, “the blacker the berry, the sweeter the juice.” I’m betting that applies wholeheartedly to this week’s Model Behavior feature, Minkah Davidson. He’s all kinds of sexy. Those lips probably taste as sweet as brown sugar. Davidson is relatively new to the fashion industry but has already built a solid resume.
The 6’1″ stud has walked the runway for designers Jeremy Scott, Ian Velardi, Calvin Klein and John Bartlett to name a few. His editorial credits include appearances for a NY Times spread shot by Greg Vaughan and Lash Magazine. Currently he’s repped by Soul Artist Management. Check out a sampling of his portfolio below.