David Gandy can best be described as the male version of Kate Moss or Naomi Campbell. He’s tough, he’s tender, he’s sensual, he’s... well, you know the type! The guy is a brand himself. You may know him from the Light Blue commercial and numerous other campaigns for Dolce&Gabbana. DG for D&G, was meant to be. We love the exaggerating idea of making an entire book about a model, especially because it is powered by one of his clients. And with so much attention for female supermodels, Rizzoli is right to place a successful male model on a pedestal. Sure, it is superficial, but who cares? It’s a beautiful and very well executed book. Although we do have our doubts about the quotes in the book. They basically emphasize the superficiality, which is kind of funny, but we are afraid it was meant that way.
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