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Top 50 Male Models. How the Top 50 Male Models list works With the backing of blue chip clients, key photographers and legions of admirers, today's top tier male models are at the forefront of fashion.
The era of the male supermodel is upon us and the movers and shakers of the moment are proving themselves every bit as essential as their female counterparts. The pages of style bibles like Vogue Hommes, AnotherMan, GQ, Details and Fantastic Man are filled with striking faces, but campaigns are still the standard by which all are judged. Finding the perfect balance between edgy editorials and coveted contracts is what makes stars, but holding the interest of major brands over a length of time solidifies careers.
In a competitive market flooded with hundreds, the guys who matter are the ones who bring something extra to the table. Alec Pollentier. Both of them have been major supporters of their fellow Belgian since his back-to-back Calvin Klein runway exclusives for Spring and Fall Alessio Pozzi. His appearance in the Fall Winter Givenchy campaign by Mert and Marcus cemented his presence as a face to watch. Alpha Dia. Alton Mason. Adidas Missoni Fall Missoni. Anwar Hadid. Benno Bulang. A slew of major editorials, for everything from Vogue Italia by Steven Meisel to Vogue Hommes and i-D by Vanderperre—plus a spot on our list of breakout show guys for —proves his lasting appeal.
Connor Newall. Daan Duez. David Alexander Flinn. Ph: Jeiroh Yanga for VMan. Dylan Fender. Edoardo Sebastianelli. Erik van Gils. Boss x Meissen Holiday campaign Hugo Boss. Tom Ford Spring Tom Ford. Felix Gesnouin.
Ph: for Roberto Cavalli Uomo Fragrance His first campaign, for Iceberg this Fall, marks another big step forward. Finnlay Davis. Gabriel-Kane Day Lewis. Ph: for Panorama Icon.
Geron McKinley. With innumerable catwalk appearances and shoots for HERO, Vogue Italia, Numero Homme, and T, alongside repeat placement with several big-name clients, his career shows no sign of stopping.
Henry Kitcher. Cologne: Tomorrow Is Another Day A popular runway pick since , this edgy British art student has hit his stride with campaigns since last year, starting a run with Versus Versace by Collier Schorr for Spring Fall proves to be a big winner with brands as varied as Pringle, Givenchy and Isabel Marant.
Jeenu Mahadevan. His latest campaign work for Ralph Lauren marks his status as an industry staple. Jin Dachuan. Ph: David Sims for Boss Fall Willy Vanderperre shot him for Another Magazine last year, and brings him back for spring to front the Jil Sander campaign and for pre fall , the Prada campaign. Jordan Barrett. A hefty social media following, a compelling intensity and some major work both editorial and commercial has combined to make the force of nature that's Mr Barrett, one of the hottest male models of the moment.
We expect even more to come from the charismatic Aussie. Julian Schneyder. Kalib Besher. Ph: Willy Vanderperre for Calvin pre Spring Kit Butler. Kohei Takabatake. Dior Men's Tailoring Dior Men. Krow Kian. Luc Defont-Saviard. Paris: Success Models A longtime Louis Vuitton favorite he has walked for the brand all four of his seasons in the industry and counting , this freckled Frenchman hits the campaign jackpot this year with repeat appearances in Louis Vuitton's Spring and French ads as well as both seasons for Calvin Klein, marking him as a favorite on both sides of the Atlantic.
Luca Lemaire. Lucky Blue Smith. Malick Bodian. Max Barczak. Nathan Westling. Nathan has done it and blazed a trail along the way: formerly known as Natalie, he is the instantly recognizable crimson-haired face of numerous coveted campaigns.
By announcing his transition in Westling is proving uncompromising identity is the future of fashion. Noah Luis Brown. Calvin Klein campaigns and an Iceberg fragrance cement his top status. Oliver Houlby. Oscar Kindelan. Paul Hameline. Piero Mendez. His strong streak of runway appearances has been nonstop, and he was shot by Mario Sorrenti for the latest Calvin Klein Jeans ads.
Presley Gerber. Roberto Sipos. He continues to be a runway favorite as well, and can count shoots for i-D, Hercules, Vogue Italia by Steven Meisel, and Interview by Fabien Baron among his accomplishments. Salomon Diaz. Eros Flame Fragrance Versace. Sang Woo Kim. Martins classmates. An appearance this season in the energetic Hunter campaign keeps the momentum going for this fine-art major.
Serge Rigvava. Ty Ogunkoya. Flash forward 10 years and the young Brit is doing better than ever appearing for clients as wide ranging as Missoni, Topman, Liberty and Gap. Fashion loves a comeback kid and so do we. Tommy Hilfiger Summer Tommy Hilfiger.
Wellington Grant. Xavier Buestel. Xu Meen. Louis Vuitton locked him in for a recent campaign and Steven Meisel is clearly a fan as well, having lensed him for both Givenchy's and Versace's Fall campaigns. He also earned the top spot on our Runway ranking in , earning a berth on our Future Faces list thanks to his near-ubiquity.