J. Crew Model Armando Cabral: Fashion’s Exotic Boy-Next-Door

As the holiday season brings an avalanche of catalogues to mailboxes across the land, the J. Crew shopping books will include one particularly distinctive face. The brand’s menswear catalogue will be filled with images of model Armando Cabral with his mega-watt smile.

Cabral, 30, has an almost perfectly balanced face with a broad forehead, an impeccable complexion, dark-brown skin, buzz cut hair and Barack Obama ears. His look is at once clean-cut and dramatic. In the parlance of fashion aesthetics and casting directors, he can be described as both exotic and boy-next-door.

He stands out. Few male models do. In the universe of fashion, male models are typically good-looking but forgettable young men who happen to fit the suit silhouette of the moment.Read more
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