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7 Hottest Male Models In The World Right Now

Jameelah James |
July 9, 2014 | 6:58 p.m. PDT

Staff Reporter

With the Men's Fashion Week shows offically over, we felt it was time to shine a spotlight on the hottest men from the runways. So, without further ado, here are the seven hottest male models in the world—in no particaular order, of course...

Marlon Teixeira (@Ftape/Twitter)
Marlon Teixeira (@Ftape/Twitter)

Marlon Teixeira

Hailing from Santa Catarina, Brazil, Teixeira has been a constant fixture in fashion for the past six years. His career began when his grandmother introduced him to Anderson, owner of Way Model Management and a friend of the family. He has since walked for Chanel, Dsquard2 and Giorgio Armani, and appeared in campaigns for Karl Lagerfeld, Carolina Herrera and Just Cavalli. He is currently ranked #7 on Models.com's Top 50 Male Models list.

Tomas Skoloudik (Models.com)
Tomas Skoloudik (Models.com)

Tomas Skoloudik

This Czech beauty has been modeling since the age of 19 and has graced numerous magazine covers, including Men's Health, Men's Folio, Style: Men and Indigo. He has also made appearances in print and television advertising in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. Skoloudik's most notable campaigns have been for GAP, Giorgio Armani and Emporio Armani.

 Sung Jin Park (Models.com)
Sung Jin Park (Models.com)

Sung Jin Park

Probably the freshest face on the list, this Wilhelmina newcomer began his American career in 2012. He has since walked for Marc by Marc Jacobs, Diesel, Kenzo, DKNY, 3.1 Phillip Lim and Viktor & Rolf. In an interview with WWD, Sung described his personal style as "rockabilly." "I always wear denim on denim with suspenders and slicked back hair. Everybody usually looks so similar, so the photographers and editors all know now that I like this style. Most Asians don’t know about American street style."

Harvey Newton-Haydon (Models.com)
Harvey Newton-Haydon (Models.com)

Harvey Newton-Haydon

Born in 1988, this London native has not been on the scene very long, but still managed to snag a spot on Models.com's "Money Guys" list. Haydon has landed an impressive number of ad campaigns, especially in the past two years. While most of his work has been with British brands, such as Gieves & Hawkes and French Connection, he starred in Lana Del Rey's "Blue Velvet" video for H&M and Givenchy's Ange ou Demon Le Secret fragrance commercial.

Sacha M'Baye (@Thefashionisto/Twitter)
Sacha M'Baye (@Thefashionisto/Twitter)

Sacha M'Baye 

This semi-pro footballer—or soccer player in America—and model is from France, and is best known for his Burberry campagain alongside Jourdan Dunn. M'Baye has also modeled for Gap, American Eagle, Stone Island and GQ Style. He is of French and Senegalese descent and is signed to Select (London), Why Not (Milan) and New Madison (Paris).

Jin Dachuan (Models.com)
Jin Dachuan (Models.com)

Jin Dachuan

This 6'2 beauty is originally from China and signed to Wilhelmina New York. Beginning his career in 2012, he has already modeled for Lanvin, Prada, Hermes, Gucci, GQ Style and Kenzo, just to name a few. Although his career is shorter compared to the others on the list, he is definitely proving himself as a force to be reckoned with.

Jourdan Copeland (Models.com)
Jourdan Copeland (Models.com)

Jourdan Copeland

Although his career only started in 2012, Copeland has already made history in the fashion industry. He was the first black male model to walk in the Burberry runway during the Fashion Week 2014 season. But even before that, he made his mark walking for noted designers such as Calvin Klein, Dsquared2 and Kenzo. Most recently, he was seen in Balmain's S/S '15 show. If his current resume is a sign of what the future holds, he will have a promising career.

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