What are the best online collections of full frontally nude male runway and editorial models?
Not porn ho's or sketchy underwear and "fitness" types. More along the lines of Brad Kroenig or David Gandy:
If the models are not wearing clothes, how can they sell any?
OP's looks an old college bf of mine back in the day.
The Koala swimwear show at Fashion Week is probably the closest you can come to frontal nudity on the catwalk in New York. When I would attend they had men with nothing more than a coil of spandex on the shaft of their penis. It was always a thrill to see them all reappear at the finale with the proud designer being presented with a bouquet.
The guy at OP's link is FAT! Look at the way his stomach juts out.
What campaign is that for, R25? Prada, Gucci, Hollister?
It's for Coochie.
Never heard of it. Must be a Brazilian brand.
R22 Ronnie, was on Feast of Fun, last summer to promote a movie he was in with Bruce Vilanch. He said that guy is now studying to be an EMT in Tennessee. He has a wife and I believe he said he also has a baby girl.
r14 is that a line from something? I can't place it ...
No, R30, just my own wry observation.
"naked fashion models" - oxymoron
Whatever happened to that incredibly sexy, purportedly bisexual Brazilian model, Rafael Verga? He posed full frontal.
Isn't fully nude fashion modeling a bit pointless?
Some of you are as stupid as those idiot conservatives that think you need a trillion dollars worth of platinum to mint a trillion dollar platinum coin.
The thread is about male fashion models... posting naked and full frontal.
Why the fuck do you think this has anything to do with selling clothes or "fashion"?!?
Trace Riff was so beautiful in an All-American way.
You can't have full frontal make construction workers either, because you can't work construction naked! It not only makes no sense, it's unsafe!!
thanks r40 for introducing me to Trace Riff. what a hottie!!
R40, "was," as in he's dead? (Trace Riff)
r43- Not dead as far as I know. Just aged out of favor in the model world. Only a few work for more than five years (if that) and it's usually the one's who are very distinctive rather than just plain hot.
R44, how long do you think Garrett Neff will have a career? He seems more "just plain hot" rather than "very distinctive," but I know nothing about modeling.
r45 - he's been working since at least 2006 (models.com) so that's 7 years already. He also scored a few campaigns for DL favorite Calvin Klein, which are a big deal. If you are the face of something like CK underwear then you almost automatically become a mainstay.
He's also making really decent money at this point and would only stop working if he wants to. Put it this way, fashion people know him by name which is rare for models.
R46, I've always wondered what became of this CK model from 1997. He was so perfect, I thought he'd be the biggest star, the next Marky Mark, but after this ad, nothing.
Have you ever seen him before? Or since?