Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Paul Sculfor Catches Our Heart in Vogue Hommes


What does Hollywood stars Jennifer Aniston and Cameron Diaz have in common? They both dated this hunky British model, Paul Sculfor, who is featured in the new Spring/Summer 2009 issue of Vogue Hommes International.



Paul Sculfor, who is 38 years-old, stars in the editorial L'attrape-coeurs by photographer Alasdair McLellan with realization by Anastasia Barbieri.




And while we love the fresh and new models, it is nice to feature an older hunky model like Paul or David Gandy once in a while. I can understand why Aniston and Diaz fell for him.



+ see more of this fantastic VHI issue  ed1, ed2, ed3, ed4, ed5



Anonymous said...

I don't see Paul as being 'older' and David Gandy is in his late twenties, 30 at most. And if you kept a look out you would see plenty of great work done by 'older' models. If you want to do a truly older model, try Bruce hulse

jimjam said...

Oh yet another Bruce Weber ripoff Alasdair - c'mon fella you've been copying the big boys for far too long now

Homotography said...

Anonymous, I meant 'older' when compared to the wave of new models who are in their late teens and early twenties. 38 is certainly much older than 19 or 21. I've been featuring lots of 'twinky' looking fresh models, so it nice to balance it out with older ones who've been on the scene for a long time. Older is not meant to call someone old, just a comparative measure of age. Same thing with Gandy, 30 yo is older than 20. No jab or negative meaning were intended.

Anonymous said...

You may not have meant it that way, but in fashion that is exactly the way the term 'older' is so often used, and you must know that, and it can be irritating when people do it. A year and a half ago some fashion lackey inaccurately said Paul was too old to be of much use in fashion anymore, and even though I knew he was wrong, the fundamental fear of men and aging so prevalent in fashion today among many gay men and women that the statement evoked was annoying.Lets not forget fashion's drawn out obsession with boys and childishness. Don't mean to difficult, just may have overreacted a bit. You do have a nice blog.

JANUS said...

I'll eat him