Monday, April 17, 2017
The International Male Model from Argentina who is also Italian, the 6'1, 180 ponds of solid muscles, with the face of a old glamour Hollywood film star. His work also including as an actor in several telenovelas, and models mostly overseas in runway shows and over sixty editorials.
For several months, the 27 year old Male model have tried to reach me for almost a year until last month, he finally met with me. Recently I worked with him as one of the premiere models on the runway for the Fashion Art & Design Club's biggest fashion show a few weeks ago at the prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. He wore the young designers, who were my students, Raul Flores and Charles Riviera.
From New York triumphing as International Male known as Mr. World International 2014 and won the competition in Argentina, for Mr. Grand International 2016.
After a month, I have gotten to know my new best friend Fedrico and for his love for suits, dressy shoes, opra and classical music. For weeks, I have hang out with him and brainstorming ideas of how he would fit into my storylines for my most-talked about project, the Coffee table book...
The photographer I brought with me is the amazing Gustavo Mirable who is also from Argentina now lives in Brooklyn. I figure having two good friends commuincate in latin and to enjoy work as I was preppy the style and the looks on Fedrico.
Here is behind the scenes of the project that is confidental exciting, controversial, sexy and very classic..You'll see why I adore Gustavo's work and Fedrico's looks for my collection.
The shoot was taken at his apartment and outdoors on a sunny afternoon in Chelsea. Storylines will continue when my dear friend Fedrico return soon from his country in Argentina to visit his family...His Looks and my designs are a match made in heaven for my coffeetable book...And after being with him for several weeks, I miss him...
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Saturday, April 8, 2017
My first fashion week was great. Had an amazing experience. Looking forward to the next one.
How long did you model as a child?
I modeled from when I was 10 months old shooting my first campaign for Baby GAP with Patrick Demarchelier and continued modeling until I was about 11 years old.
I always wanted to get back into the business, and it opens so many doors for other opportunities such as acting and music.
Did your father have any words of wisdom to share?
Don’t take it for granted, save your money and invest wisely. Don’t let it go to your head, be yourself, and if you don’t get a job, it’s not the end of the world. The business is full of rejection and you have to be able to handle it. And to always be grateful.
My experience so far has been wonderful. Really excited to see what is ahead of me.
How often do you work out?
I work out 6-7 days a week, sometimes even twice a day!
What are your interests outside modeling?
My interests outside of modeling are music, acting, coaching football, snowboarding, and cooking.
It’s a huge honor to be able to follow in my father’s footsteps and to be able to work with such a great company as Polo Ralph Lauren.
What would be the dream job?
My dream job in the modeling industry would be to get a fragrance campaign, and to hopefully one day be as successful as my father.
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Thom: Arnie made it so easy–I was a bit nervous, then Arnie said, “Relax, it’s like riding a bike.” When we decided to do a shoot together, Arnie was the first photographer that came to mind.
Thom: The possibility of working with you is the main reason. I just think that it would be awesome. Recently seeing several ads of actual father and son’s in magazines made me think that if I got back into shape, you and I could work together.
Jesse: How out of shape were you?
Thom: Well, Sitting at a desk all day and loving to eat is not a good combination. I was tipping the scale at 218 with a 36+ waist.
Jesse: What did you do to get back in shape?
Thom: I started hitting the treadmill and just cut back on the amount and type of food I consume. Now I run for 1 hour every day and work out 4-5 days a week. I’m down to 180 with a 32 waist and feel great. The only problem is none of my suits fit me anymore.
Thom: Make the most out of every opportunity, to not take it for granted. It’s the old “If I knew it then, what I know now” story.
Thom: So, how was it shooting with me?
Jesse: We did work together when I was a 3-year-old little dude. However, shooting with you now as an adult was awesome and I look forward to doing more work.
Jesse: All of the time. People always tell me how they used to work with you. Just recently, I went on a show casting to see John Varvatos. John was telling me about working with you back in the 90’s at Calvin. When I was in Milano for Versace, Angelo Azzena was telling me stories from like 1988 about you and Gianni Versace.
Jesse: It’s great. It’s everything I expected and more. I love traveling, spent 2 ½ months in Australia, love it there–the flight is rough but worth it. Working with people from all over the world and getting to go to amazing locations, experience the culture, and eat the food…I couldn’t be happier.
Thom: I am totally addicted to Fly-Fishing–wake up at 5am and fish until dark without stopping addicted. When the kids were younger they would come with me all the time. They had no choice. Now they are older, have other interests, and can drive so they often leave me stream-side. But every April 1st which is trout season opening day in New York, they know it’s going to be an all day fly-fishing marathon.
Posted by at 3:36 PM
Roldan—Gwin is eagerly awaiting New York Fashion Week: Men’s and hopefully, his big runway debut.
Posted by at 3:24 PM
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
I bagged an opportunity to speak to Dato Foland before his debut with Lucas Entertainment is released.So what was your first porn appearance and who was it with? Tell us about the experience?
It was with Tom Brand, but it was with a condom. I liked working with him so much that I asked Lucas Entertainment to pair me with him again. We've talked and are both so excited to shoot a bareback scene together in Berlin this fall.
I might look serious, but the thing I take most serious is having fun. I love to have fun and get to have a lot of fun whenever I am working and doing what I love.
So far, what would you say your best experience in porn has been and why?
From all the work I've done, the best experience has been joining Lucas Entertainment. They take amazing care of me. I've now shot five times with them and each shoot has been great. When I'm on camera they let me do what I want to do and what I love to do in my personal life. Right now, I'm on top of the world.
I've heard Pedro Andreas is returning to porn and would love to work with him bareback. He's very sexy and I think we would have good chemistry. I'm hoping Lucas Entertainment can help me make that happen!
Before we leave you to continue with your sex, do you have a message for your growing number of fans and worshipers?
Peace, love and thank you to you all you. I hope you all enjoy me, enjoying myself with Lucas Entertainment!
Thanks so much for answering a few questions. I hope to interview you properly in the very near future! Have a great time at Lucas and congratulations!
Posted by at 3:04 PM
Justin Hartley is a little jealous of costar Milo Ventimiglia's This Is Us nude scene.
On the pilot episode of the hit NBC series, Ventimiglia — who plays father of triplets Jack Pearson — bore his bare buns for audiences to see.
Sitting down with the ladies of The Talk on Monday, Ventimiglia’s costar Hartley, who stars as Kevin Pearson on the show, is open to following in his on-screen father’s footsteps — and is a little disappointed the same opportunity hasn’t come his way yet.
Asked if a nude scene has been presented to him yet, Hartley responded, “You know, the thing about it is — no, I’m a little upset about it.”
Hartley, 40, joked, “I mean, what does that say? Am I losing it?”
But Hartley, who is father to adolescent daughter Isabella Justice off-screen, is fine leaving nudity to Ventimiglia. “I just leave that to him. He’s very good at that.”
“He’s a tremendous actor and a very talented guy and a very sweet guy, but also a very good sport and just an awesome human being,” he gushed about his costar.
In October, physically fit Hartley revealed that frequently being unclothed or “eye candy” without intention behind it has bothered him at times.
“Yeah it has to be honest with you. I have no problem doing that kind of stuff when it’s necessary. You know for the show, especially in the pilot episode, we were telling that story, you know of this guy who is being objectified and sort of sick of taking his shirt off for no reason at all. It doesn’t matter what he’s doing, they want his shirt off,” Justin mentioned to The Insiders.
“So the interesting thing about that is in order to tell that story you have to sort of show it in that story, right?” he said. “So I then had to have my shirt off quite a bit in the pilot. That I don’t mind at all, you know storytelling. But the gratuitous stuff it does, it gets a little old sometimes, right? And, raising a daughter, I see this stuff all the time. It’s a touch much sometimes.”
This Is Us airs Tuesdays (9 pm. ET) on NBC.
Posted by at 12:44 PM
Justin Hartley Is 'a Little Upset' He Hasn't Had a Nude Scene on 'This Is Us': 'Am I Losing It?'
Justin Hartley is just as stumped as his fans as to why he hasn't been asked to strip down on This Is Us.
On the pilot episode of the NBC drama, Milo Ventimiglia took it all off, but for some reason, a nude scene hasn't been written in for Hartley.
"You know, the thing about it is -- no, I'm a little upset about it,"the 40-year-old heatthrob joked while on Monday's episode of The Talk. "I mean, what does that say? Am I losing it?"
That being said, Hartley gushed over the acting chops of Ventimiglia, his onscreen father.
"He's a tremendous actor and a very talented guy and a very sweet guy," he noted. "But also a very good sport and just an awesome human being."
Hartley clearly loves This Is Us as much as the show's 13 million weekly viewers. "We're talking about things that actually happen in real life and emotional things that couples go through," Justin said on ET. "There's death and there's loss, but there's also celebrations, right? I think any time you have a show that after you watch it, it sort of sits with you for a while and you take pause and you talk about it, yeah, it affects your life."
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