Jun 05, 2014 /
Posted in Arran Sly, Chris Moore, David Vandewal, F.Tape, Fê Pinheiro, Greg Vaughan, Juan Betancourt, Lucas Coppini, Luis Coppini, made in brazil magazine, Mariano Ontañon, Models.com, Ross Hindmarch, Sam Worth, Style.com, Thor Clemmensen
The international issue of Made In Brazil Magazine officially launches today, and can already be purchased online through the magazine link on the site, or at Casa Magazines in the West Village in New York and Livraria Cultura in São Paulo.
Previews of the new issue can be seen through the links below. Make sure to check them out and buy a copy!
And before everyone starts thinking that I forgot about the Brazilian boys, I definitely did not. The magazine will not change in terms of being exclusively focused on Brazilian models, but for the past year I had been thinking about working on an international edition as a way of celebrating male models in general and this felt like the right time to do it. I like the idea of doing something a bit unexpected and slightly risky since I see the magazine as a collector’s item and I don’t want all the issues to be the same or too predictable.
The models and professionals involved in this issue may be different from previous ones, but the essence of the magazine is certainly the same (lots of skin, sensual images, amazing boys and great fashion). I am extremely proud of the casting of this issue, and hope that Made In Brazil fans will love it too as this is our only issue with international models in it and all the guys involved were incredible to work with. Models featured in the issue include Mariano Ontañon, Arran Sly, Chris Moore, Travis Smith, Thorben Gärtner, Ronald Epps, Joel Meacock, Lucas and Luis Coppini, Diego Fragoso, Ross Hindmarch, Sam Worth, Thor Clemmensen, Juan Betancourt, John Todd, Garrett Neff, David Agbodji, Jae Yoo, Chad White, Parker Gregory, Parker Hurley, Aurelién Muller, Nikolai Danielsen, Tobias Sorensen, and much more.
Many thanks to all of you who already bought a copy of the new issue over the weekend for supporting our work. It is definitely not easy to produce and print a magazine with over two hundred pages of pictures and no advertising in between, so thank you to those who allow us to continue to do it by purchasing a copy of Made In Brazil.