This is quite possibly the dog who has it all.
For God so loved the world that She gave us not one hot guy, but two hot guys who look just like one another.
Because they all lead to happiness.
*BOOKS PLANE TICKET TO BRAZIL*
It’s getting hot in here.
If you like male models working out and doing laundry, well, here’s something for you.
Things got sexy so fast, no one could have seen this coming.
An epic sauce runway show filled with RuPaul’s Drag Race alumnae, hot guys in skintight leggings and LINDSAY LOHAN. It will be giving you life, guaranteed.
Cats, dogs, sports cars, Kanye — it’s all there. Oh yes, and CLOTHES too, lots of nice clothes.
It’s that time when the swimwear gets so skimpy that the P in VPL doesn’t stand for “panty.” (It stands for penis.)
Mostly THE JONAS BROTHERS, but also Colton Haynes. And the clothes too, duh.
The spring 2014 Michael Bastian show proved to be quite philosophical. Also, there were pineapples!
A serious ranking from least to most Skrillex-esque.
Say “hello” to Alee Alamm, a.k.a. your new obsession.
These male models looked just about as skinny as a lot of the women runway models. New fad?
24 photos of the new Thom Browne menswear collection, featuring lipstick-wearing models in military frock coats… and military frocks. And frilly socks too.
The catwalks are complicated these days. They should really come with a map.
Male models are some of the most beautiful and ridiculous people on the planet. If you’re not following a few of them on Twitter, you just shouldn’t even be on Twitter.
As we wave farewell to Game of Thrones for a while, you’ll find it’s quite likely “you know nothing”… about Jon Snow.
While wearing… maxi skirts!!!!
Apparently underwear brands are “taking the focus off the crotch shots.” NOOOOO.
There were only two episodes, but we’ll always have the memories. And these gifs.
Also her new husband is a model/musician. Just saying.
If you’re not already in love with The Following’s Nico Tortorella, you should be.
The famously androgynous model Andrej Pejic lends his “do me” face to the cover of a “mainstream” fashion magazine for the first time.