1. Lucky Blue Smith
Scouted at the tender age of 10 alongside his three sisters, Lucky Blue Smith began his modelling career at 12. Lucky hit the limelight particularly after he dyed his hair platinum at his agent’s request.
His bleach blonde locks paired with his glacial blue eyes became his signature look through the rise of his career. Lucky was the face of campaigns for Tom Ford and Philipp Plein. He has also posed for editorials with Vogue, GQ and Harper’s Bazaar.
Alongside his impressive modelling career, Lucky has a surf-rock band with his siblings called ‘The Atomics”. It’s no surprise to discover that his mother, Sheridan Smith, was a former model and his father, Dallon, a musician.
Lucky is currently represented by IMG Models and continues to walk the runway for Fendi, Chanel and Ralph Lauren.
Photography Richard Ramos | GQ Spain
2. Zhengyang Zhang
The androgynous IMG model Zengyang Zhang wows in front of the camera. His long black hair and angular body captivate and entice the lens.
Zengyang is a fresh face to watch as he models for top brands such as H&M and Hugo.
Originally from Beijing, China, Zengyang was approached from multiple modelling agencies in China and was in his words “persuaded” to become a model.
He was a professional dancer for over 10 years and studied Chinese Ethnic and Folk Dancing. This raw talent provides Zengyang with a fluidity in front of the camera.
Zengyang walked in over nine shows for New York Fashion week, including Balmain and Versace. He has also walked in every Anna Sui fashion show since his debut at fashion week.
Photography Raf Stahelin | L’Express Styles
3. Jordan Stenmark & Zac Stenmark
Australian identical twins Jordan and Zac Stenmark launched their careers as a duo through a 30-page editorial with L’Officiel.
Prior to the kickstart of their modelling career, the brothers were studying agricultural economics and training with an AFL Club.
Now both Jordan Stenmark and Zac Stenmark are powering through campaign after campaign for big brands such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren.
Through their joint social media account, the dynamic duo are known for their athleticism and healthy lifestyle.
More recently, they starred in a David Jones Summer commercial alongside fellow IMG represented supermodel Miranda Kerr.
4. Adonis Bosso
Born in the Ivory Coast Adonis Bosso was on the road to becoming a special needs childcare worker when he was discovered.
Adonis was noticed instantly when accompanying his model girlfriend, Slick Woods, to a modelling agency. Signed on the spot, Adonis’ life took a turn and soon he was walking the runways of New York, Paris and Milan.
Adonis has walked in shows for the likes of Kayne West and Jeremy Scott. His career continues to ascend into main stream as he’s modelled for big brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Vivienne Westwood and Banana Republic.
Adonis’ time is split between modelling and his passion for music, which he claims are his stories for his son, Saphir.
Photography Christopher Ferguson | Essential Homme Magazine
5. Tyson Ballou
A veteran within the IMG community, Tyson Ballou has been modelling since he was 15 and continues to kill the game. His stints include campaigns for big brands such as Giorfio Armani, Versace and Dolce and Gabbana.
Often referred to as “The First Male Supermodel”, Tyson lives up to his faux title through his endless list of accomplishments and celebrated projects.
Through the influence of IMG Models, Tyson’s big break came when he buzzed off his luscious locks and was photographed for a series of advertisements shot by Mario Sorrenti.
Named the face of Dolce and Gabbana, Tyson lead the way throughout the original campaign and proved his incredible versatility. His resume is bustling with campaigns, television advertisements and runway gigs, making him a true IMG star.
Photography Bruno Staub | GQ Style Germany
6. Aquaria (Giovanni Palandrani)
Giovanni Palandrani, or better known by his stage persona Aquaria breaks fashion stereotypes every day through his style and talent.
The RuPaul’s Drag Race Winner has found further fame through the modelling industry. Posing for spreads in magazines such as Vogue, W and Paper, Aquaria refuses to let anything get in her way.
In late 2018 Aquaria received a contract from IMG Models and simultaneously was announced as an editor for Dazed Magazine.
Giovanni is a proud gay man who actively supports his fellow LGBTQ+ community through his social media platforms.
Aquaria was also one of the faces of MAC’s Viva Glam campaign, which comes as no surprise due to her skills with a makeup brush.
Photography Armin Morbach | Tush
7. Zach Miko
Zach Miko has ignited a completely new term amoungst the modelling industry. Considered to be the face of “brawn” models (a term use to describe plus size male models) Zach is pushing stereotypes and providing representation for young boys.
His modelling career began when he was launched into a Target campaign. His plus size positivity, warm personality and confidence radiate through his photographs.
While is passion truly lies with acting, it can’t be denied that Zach has the face to be photographed. Zach is the first plus size male model represented by IMG Models, making him a trailblazer for the industry.
Recently, Zach walked for The Iconic’s swimwear fashion show. Zach continues to make history amongst other industry professionals that don’t necessarily fit the mold.
Photography Leonardo Corredor | WWD
8. Brian Whittaker
A British model and Instagram sensation, Brian Whittaker is a fresh face in the UK fashion industry.
Superficially known for the way his relationship with Swedish singer, Zara Larsson, began, Brian has since made his own name for himself.
His infectious personality and gorgeous features have earnt him a solid following and modelling career.
He is currently represented by IMG Models and has posed for large brands such as PRIMARK, Calvin Klein and Philipp Plein.
In a recent interview, Brian revealed that he has had troubles with both anxiety and depression. Rather introverted, Brian has had to push past his quiet nature to pursue his dreams. His Instagram posts are often accompanied with messages of positivity and the hashtag #StayTrueBeYou.
Photography Pantelis | Rollacoaster
9. Anwar Hadid
The youngest of the infamous Hadid clan, Anwar Hadid has followed suit and stepped into the family limelight.
Making his debut in late 2015, Anwar posed for the October issue of Nylon Magazine. Shortly thereafter he made the cover of Teen Vogue and now has been named the face of Hugo Boss Menswear’s HUGO line.
His work with big brands continues to increase as his experience in the business builds.
Anwar is signed to IMG Models alongside his sisters Bella and Gigi Hadid. He has since walked in the Zadig & Voltaire show for New York Fashion Week in 2017 and done work with Paper Magazine.
Anwar is proud of his Palestinian heritage and has documented his experience to his homeland via his Instagram.
Photography Michael Schwartz | Vogue Man Arabia
10. Nick Bateman
An expert in martial arts training, Nick Bateman won four world titles between the ages of 15 – 17.
Prior to the beginning of his modelling career, Nick opened a karate school in Vancouver at age 20.
Stepping into the modelling industry provided Nick with the opportunity to work with Abercrombie & Fitch on their campaign photographed by Bruce Weber.
Nick has over 6.4 million followers on Instagram and since the beginning of his career has done work for Bulgari, GUESS and also starred in film and television.
While his focus is mainly on building his social media presence, Nick continues to progress his modelling. The Canadian actor and model walked for the Lakme Fashion Week and is preparing to star in a new rom-com “Ugly Love”.
Photography Claudia Pulmann & Ralf Pulmann | Guess
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