Posted on February 15, 2011
Jon Kortajarena, Baptiste Giabiconi and Jason Lewis are three models that comprise the "Top Ten" of the male catwalk as Vogue. Iconic and famous, and seek new horizons in their careers.
It is a fact that in the field of fashion are reversed many of the rules that apply to other labor markets. So, on the catwalk and advertising "send them" (yet) earn more than their male colleagues.
This, however, does not detract from the men who have made meteoric careers in the fashion world. Therefore, the French edition of Vogue -a purpose of Menswear Fashion Week in Paris - has decided to recall and highlight the steps of those who already fondle the pantheon of the most sought after. But also the most "iconic".
In an undisputed first place, Jon Kortajarena appears, born in Bilbao in 1985 and now become the darling of the American designer Tom Ford. Kortajarena emerged strongly in the 2004-2005 winter season Versace hand and from that moment all I wanted to have large firms; C hanel, Lacoste, Dolce & Gabbana and Armani.
Incipient foray into film (precisely in "A Single Man", the directorial debut of Tom Ford), Kortajarena has told the press that already discussed the next steps of his career and does not dismiss the action.
Giabiconi in a production of Vogue.
Much younger, and much more controversial (at least for some photo shoots) is Baptiste Giabiconi, born in Marseille in 1989. This young French is "favorite" of Karl Lagerfeld, who not only led him to star in Fendi campaign and Chanel. He also managed to be the only male protagonist of the 2011 Pirelli calendar, an institution in the fashion world.
Jason, "groom" Samantha
In its list of top male models, Vogue editors did not forget to include Jason Lewis. Although this year celebrates four decades and is feeling more outside than inside the catwalk, Vogue highlights both his role in "Sex & The City "as its role in a bold campaign of vodka (see Absolut amazing machine ) it became enormously popular.