Top 5 Most Gorgeous Fashion Designers: Men
What’s not to love about hot male fashion designers? They’re rich, they’re famous, and they love clothes more than us! FashionTV take a look at the designers who also enjoy moments in front of the camera, as we celebrate the top 5 most gorgeous men in fashion!
He’s probably the only other man, apart from David Beckham that can rock a skirt and tattoos, and now, Marc Jacobs has turned his attention to modelling. Well, kind of! Jacobs is not only the new Creative Director for Diet Coke, but the new hunky model to feature in the iconic "Diet Coke Break" advert. Baring his buff body, chiseled jaw, manly stubble, and serious style, there is something deliciously bad boy about the 49-year-old designer. Hats off to you Jacobs!
Gucci creative director and all-round dapper dude, Tom Ford, simply oozes sex appeal. From his Tom Ford for Men Fragrance campaign ad to gracing the cover of Vogue Paris, Esquire, Time magazine, i-D, Interview, and more; Ford’s fabulous features are selling points in their own right! There’s something, dark, handsome, and mysterious about the elusive designer-come-director.
Chief creative officer of Burberry, Christopher Bailey, is a charmer. Heralding from the unassuming city of Yorkshire in England, Bailey’s cute Midlands accent is enough to make any girl swoon. He has a rags-to-riches story, is one of the most coveted men in the fashion industry, and word be told... is politer than the Queen!
Umit Benan is a designer with his own label and the man currently running the show for Trussardi. He is originally from Istanbul and has spent stints in London, Paris, and Milan; giving him that urban-traveller look that we all know and love. In addition to designing a new collection, each season he gets a new tattoo!
When he was just 25-years-old, Olivier Rousteing was named the creative director of french fashion house Balmain. Now, over a year later, Rousteing is building a reputation not only for his sexy designs, but his handsome looks.
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