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HUMPDAY / May 2 2012 11:58 AM

Video Bros

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Christie Brinkley was Billy Joel‘s “Uptown Girl.” Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista and Christy Turlington helped George Michael declare his “Freedom.” And Helena Christensen played Chris Isaak‘s “Wicked Game,” as directed by the legendary Herb Ritts. Models have been appearing in music videos nearly as long as the form has been alive, lest we forget Calvin Klein brief-fillers  Djimon Hounsou and Antonio Sabato, Jr. in Janet Jackson‘s “Love Will Never Do (Without You),” also directed by Ritts. So in honor of our May month of music, Male Model Humpday takes a look at the hunky men making beautiful music…videos.

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CULTURE, MODELS / October 22 2011 1:51 PM

INDIE REWIND: The Greatest Supermodels of the 80s (and Early 90s)

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When you think of “supermodel,” you can’t help but think of The Big 3. Or The Super Six. Or my favorite grouping, The Legion of Doom. Spawned from the decadence of the 80s, these gals became more than supermodels — they became divas. From Linda Evangelista refusing to wake up for less than $10,000 a day to the phone-throwing, blood diamond-wearing, catwalking behemoth known as Naomi Campbell, there have never and will never be supermodels the likes of these ladies. Yet their dominance over the zeitgeist was short-lived as they were replaced in the mid-90s by a series of bland waifs whose personalities would not detract from the clothes, i.e. they got knocked from their high horse. But you can’t keep a good super down and they are as in demand today as they were 25 years ago. 

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MODELS / March 12 2011 9:41 AM

The 25 Greatest Supermodels of the Past 50 Years: The 80s

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When you think of “supermodel,” you can’t help but think of The Big 3. Or The Super Six. Or my favorite grouping, The Legion of Doom. Spawned from the decadence of the 80s, these gals redefined who the supermodel was and her influence on fashion and popular culture; yet their dominance over the zeitgeist was short-lived as they were soon replaced by a series of bland waifs whose personalities would not detract from the clothes. You can’t keep a good super down, though, and they are as in demand today as they were 25 years ago. Bust out the parachute pants, we’re breakdancing into the 80s!

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