American Idol's drop dead gorgeous Jenry Bejarano continues to storm the modeling industry. This is one of the new images in Abercrombie & Fitch's S/S 2010 campaign lensed by iconic fashion and homoerotic auteur Bruce Weber.
Sorry for being a little late on this one. In case you didn't recognize hot new model Nate Gill wearing clothes—remember, last time he was practically naked wearing only a pair of tight underwear—there he is standing next to Beyonce Knowles in the phone book-sized December V magazine. This of course is the V with the Beyonce cover and editorial lensed by well-known fashion and homoerotic auteur Bruce Weber. This is actually a very sharp image of Beyonce, it's very Jayne Mansfield in Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter.
One more image of Nate Gill channeling Clark Kent.
The nerdy look works for Nate. Almost better than this.
Beyonce's V editorial has been discussed ad infinitum. I'm on the fence about the photographer's fashion aesthetic but some of the selections, such as the one immediately above, are more Bruce LaBruce than Bruce Weber. I'm just sayin'.
Over the weekend, make sure to pick up the September edition of W—Christina Ricci is one the cover and the issue weighs about 10 pounds. Bruce Weber, the legendary homoerotic photographer best known for his Abercrombie campaigns, went to the Motor City and shot an absolutely brilliant 40 page fashion editorial.
The editorial captures the best of old and new Detroit, featuring supermodel Kate Moss, new faces found in boxing gyms, and, some of the Detroit's rising stars in the gay community and on the ball scene. This is 18 year old J'eon Love, an amateur middleweight and one of the more prominent models in the editorial. As a few others have recently noted, Madison Avenue has an ongoing love affair with black boxers and homoeroticism.