And now, some American flesh to add to your male model roll call.
Sean O’Pry – 73,702 followers
Georgia native Sean O’Pry was discovered on MySpace at the age of 17, and was ranked in 2013 by Forbes as the highest-paid male model in the world after raking in an impressive $1.5 million. He’s appeared in numerous ad campaigns for Calvin Klein, Versace, Marc Jacobs and Diesel, and even danced with Madonna in “Girl Gone Wild“.
Benjamin Godfre – 2,133 followers
Godfre has been made famous by the Internet, collecting fans my promoting himself on YouTube, Instagram, and a now-defunct website he used to sell exclusive explicit content on. Despite never having gone on the record about his sexuality (he’s only ever publicly dated women), he’s pandered to the gays in fully-nude photoshoots with Will Wikle, a handful of amateur jerk-off videos (nsfw) and even one professional one (nsfw).
Wendell Lissimore – 2,486 followers
Born in Utah, Lissimore got his start in 2007 modeling for the Bloomingdale’s catalogue. Since then, he has appeared in Out magazine, V, British GQ, and once on the cover of Italian magazine D with his son. He stays connected with fans by running his own fan page, tumblr, and Twitter.
Chase Mattson – 16,340 followers
Mattson was discovered at the age of 15 in a Southern California Starbucks and began modeling immediately after his 18th birthday. Now 20, he lives with his girlfriend and newborn baby in LA and most recently appeared in ads for Calvin Klein and Abercrombie.
Corey Baptiste – 3,701 followers
Raised in the Bronx, Baptiste explained in an interview with Vogue that his family knew he “had the look” when he was five years old, but he didn’t get his start in modeling until signing with Abercrombie & Fitch at 18. Since 2010, he’s walked for Dolce & Gabbana, Michael Kors, DKNY, and is now the face of Kenzo.
Julian Gabriel – 67,951 followers
Gabriel was born and raised in Miami, and was scouted by a modeling agent while attending the Ultra Music Festival. He told us in 2013 that he attended law school, but his underwear shots appearing on the covers of gay magazines around the globe prompted him to sign with his first modeling agency last summer.
Franky Cammarata – 42,419 followers
Small town country boy Franky Cammarata has been described as the quintessential “All-American” model, and has managed to gather a decent (and rabid) fan base despite only having modeled for less than two years. He has appeared in campaigns for Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, and Cavlin Klein.
Parker Hurley – 19,026 followers
Hurley is a self-described “artist, actor, nerd, and model,” and primarily uses Instagram to document his world travels. He’s also a known yogi, a comic book writer, and donates his time to walk for charity in Jeffrey Fashion Cares every year.
Michael Hudson – 7,129 followers
Hudson is Native American model hailing from the Mohawk people in eastern Pennsylvania. He’s appeared with his signature long hair in ads for Ralph Lauren, as well as Vogue, GQ, and gay magazine XY.
Adam Senn – 28,716 followers
Senn made a name for himself in 2008 modeling for the Dolce & Gabbana lookbook, a gig he’s steadily held for the last six years. He has appeared in countless TV roles including a lead role on VH1’s Hit the Floor, and also owns a restaurant in New York City called Boca Di Bacco.