In an exclusive interview with ABC News , the face of Dolce and Gabbana explains why modeling fame isn’t as simple as looking good.
You might not recognize David Gandy by name, but you can’t miss his handsome face and chiseled body on advertisements and runways.
As the face of Dolce & Gabbana and Lucky Jeans, Gandy is arguably one of the most successful male models ever, but he’s a bit modest about that “supermodel” title.
“I would sort of just rather be called at the top of the game,” Gandy said.
With his athletic build and smoldering glances, the 32-year-old British native is indeed at the top of the game in an industry in which female fashion models lead the way. The male mens clothing industry rakes in $400 billion worldwide and is growing, but for male models, attaining supermodel status has been challenging for years.
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