Posted on June 19, 2010
It has become one of the strongest promises in the world of men's fashion. Trained as a physical education teacher, left his homeland tempted by brands such as Prada, Gucci and Pierre Cardin.
On other occasions, from MV Experiences we have highlighted the changing landscape that prevails in the world of menswear. So, we told you about the already consecrated Evandro Soldati and then on Marcus Schenkenberg , Swedish-Dutch former model who now dabbles in U.S. TV
A new generation of international models now joins Radoslav Vanko, a former physical education teacher of 27 years who left his native Slovakia almost by accident.
Vanko, who has admitted he did not have in mind the modeling, "tried his hand" in a small publishing fashion of his country until he got the opportunity to participate in a parade of Gucc i in Taiwan.
Her sexy body and a share of versatility and innocence he quickly opened other doors; worked for A rmani, Dolce & Gabanna, Dior and Prada, among other major firms.
After his appearance in a photo shoot for the Australian gay magazine DNA positioned him as one of the most sought after models and the support of the gay community won.
Self-described as friendly, Vanko divides his time between Miami and New York although he confesses that still longs Zilina, Slovak village where his parents still live.