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The male models taking over the world

Some men have it all; incredible looks, overflowing bank accounts and enough influence to change the way a whole generation dresses

Some men have it all; incredible looks, overflowing bank accounts and enough influence to change the way a whole generation dresses. Welcome, gentlemen, to the new wave of male models: a whole fleet gentlemen changing the world of modelling – for all the right reasons.

Richard Biedul

The male models taking over the world

If there’s one face you’ll see at every fashion show and for every major campaign, it’s Richard Biedul’s. Signed to one of the world’s most renowned agencies, Elite London, with agencies all around the world from New York to Australia and everything in-between, there’s no stopping this guy. @richardbiedul

Oliver Cheshire

The male models taking over the world

Essex-born Cheshire has one of the most recognisable faces in the industry, scoring major campaigns from Marks & Spencer to Calvin Klien and everything in between. He’s been taking of the modelling world one catwalk at the time, and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. @oliver_cheshire

Harvey Newton-Haydon

The male models taking over the world

British Newton-Haydon has been slowly climbing the ranks and is set to have his most successful year yet, being featured in campaigns with big-name brands from Gieves & Hawkes to Dior Parfum and H&M. Watch this space…@harveynh

Sacha M'Baye

The male models taking over the world

Breaking into the scene as Calvin Klien’s standout model during his 2010 catwalk, Sacha M’Baye has since proven to be one of the most in-demand and sought after models in the world. He doesn’t show any signs of stopping either, having scored major campaigns with Gap and Burberry, to name a few. @sachambaye

Marlon Teixeria

The male models taking over the world

There are certain models that seem to be on every screen and in every magazine and Marlon Teixeria is one of them – for good reason. With a hefty social media following and editorial coverage in the likes of Vogue and Gentleman’s Journal and for campaigns with Dolce & Gabbana and Armani, it doesn’t look like he’ll be leaving those screens anytime soon. @marlontx

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