Hockey Players Can't Find Good Bottoms--That Fit.

We need to take a break right now and address something that has gone long overlooked for some times. The masses have not been informed of a grave issue that is occurring right before our eyes that we can no longer ignore. We need to start a support group or some crowdfunding to ensure that this catastrophe finds an end soon. I’m talking about, of course, hockey players and their inability to find jeans that fit them because of their big asses.

ESPN recently published a tell-all article with some hockey professionals who share their struggles with finding the right pair of Levis that will fit over their thighs and glutes. It’s tragic!

For those who watch hockey, you must be aware that years of training to control the puck on skates creates an enviable booty and legs that results in having to spend thousands of dollars on custom pants because you just can’t find a good bottom.

Connor McDavid from the Canadian team Edmonton Oilers shared with ESPN:

Can it be hard for me to find pants? Yes, always. The waist, you need to get around your thighs and butt, but that doesn't always match how tall you are. I definitely have a hard time finding jeans that fit.

Montreal Canadiens center Max Domi also shares that countless hours of shopping results in very little findings for him because his proportions are off:

It's an absolute nightmare between the quads and the glutes. The glutes especially, because it just throws off your waist. You have, like, a 48 waist with your ass, but without it, you're a 32. So what do you do? Meet halfway, and you still have all this extra stuff.

So if you’re a hockey player you can forget about getting on trend with ‘Skinny’ jeans, because for your booty there will be no such thing.



Players who have an especially hard time finding pants that fit them have resorted to buying brands like Paige denim, which is a bit stretchier for all the junk in the trunk. Each pair of jeans averages about $199. Others go for brands like Heritage 34 or Diesel, which tend to be more ‘forgiving’ of the hips. Regardless, once a player has found a pair that works, they tend to order 10-12 pairs so they last.

That’s a lot of backchecking—even off the ice!

The thick bottom syndrome doesn’t just affect hockey players. Weightlifters, cross-fitters, downhill skiers, and speed skaters all seem to have similar issues finding pants.

Now we know why there can be so much animosity on the ice.



h/t: ESPN

Male Style Influencers We Should Be Following

Style influencer Kanye West once said, “I want to stop using the word fashion…I will help people follow the law in style.”

When Kanye West expressed this, he pointed out the difference between fashion and style. Fashion is external. It focuses on one’s outer appearance. A person wearing Balenciaga sneakers or a Gucci sweater has a high sense of fashion.

Fashion also involves trends. For instance, back in the 1990s, the Air Max 95 sneaker was very popular within urban communities. Over time, hype over the footwear faded away. But recently, the footwear regained its popularity.

Whereas fashion is external, style is both internal and external. Style is more about swag than clothing and footwear. It incorporates both personality and physical appearance. A person wearing a Fendi sweater may look less appealing than someone wearing a plain top from H&M. And so, style is more about the person rather than what he or she is wearing. Fashion designer Yves Saint Lauren even said, “Fashions fade, style is internal”

Many fashion icons prefer style over fashion. Kanye West is a prime example. He wore Brian Dead x Gustavo Sweats more than once in the same week. The media blasted him for doing that. Despite the criticism he still appealed to consumers. By matching the sweats with customized clothing he showcased his expressive and unique sense of style.

Like Kanye West, other style influencers create their own fashion trends and adapt to their clothing styles. They come from all walks of life. Here are some style influencers:



Keith Carlos definitely exudes style. Growing up in the tough city of Bridgeport, CT he was able to overcome many boundaries and make a name for himself. He has had major career accomplishments while working in sports and fashion. He is the first male to win the America’s Next Top Model.




#MetHeavenlyBodies #MetGala

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Daniel Day, also known as Dapper Dan, is a fashion mogul. Originally from Harlem, NY he opened a luxury boutique named after himself in his hometown. The Dapper Dan’s boutique was so popular that people from different cities would travel to Harlem just to shop there. Just recently Daniel Day partnered with Gucci.


Irvin Handle aka Mr. Steal Your Grandma, is a true example of aging with grace. He’s an influencer, educator, and model. He has his own website, irvinrandleonline.com, where he provides tips on fashion and grooming.




You see me! I see you @picsbyzeph

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Stefan-Pierre Tomlin, 28, also known as Mr. Tinder was born in London, England. He began his modeling career at the young age of 18. He has appeared in multiple publications including Vogue and GQ. Stefan is a supermodel, tv presenter, and entrepreneur.



You might know this star from the hit Bet television show, Hustle. Randy Bowden Jr., originally from Birmingham, Alabama graduated from The University of Alabama. He pursued a successful career in modeling and acting working along side Safaree, Nick and Joe Jonas, and other celebrities. He appeared in several magazines including Complex Magazine, Vice Magazine, and Nylon Magazine.



Travis is an Austin, TX native and has been working as a style blogger, model, & photographer for the past 5 years.

He’s been a published model in GQ Magazine (June 2017 issue), has contributed guest articles to GQ & AskMen, and has built a personal brand (121,000+) on Instagram (@trav_white_). Travis is an Austin, TX Native & has been working as a style blogger, model, & photographer for the past 5 years.



This native of Bronx, NY is considered a lifestyle futurist. At the age of 15 Jerome worked alongside Kimora Lee and Russell Simmons for their clothing line, Baby Phat. Jerome continued to achieve many accomplishments in the fashion industry. He’s been featured in many publications including Essence, The New York Times, and Lucky Magazine.



Blogger Salomon Dubois Thiombiano is native of France. He’s been featured at Milan’s Men Fashion Week and is easily recognizable through his visually appealing instagram account.



Jamison Harris forms one half of the duo behind the fashion & lifestyle brand “Official Harris Twins” currently based in Los Angeles, CA. This 27-year old from North Carolina juggles roles of content creator, wardrobe stylist, student, and model alongside with his twin & business partner @JontaOht.




Pisces so lit.

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Born and raised in Thomasville, Georgie Demariyon Futch has always had a unique hand and the desire to be a creative. Starting off as a stylist and creative director for many major fashion shows while studying journalism in college, he soon made his mark into designing menswear in 2012. In 2016 he founded Eleve XII, a luxury streetcar for the modern, eclectic guy with a street flair. Now thanks to social media his company has been one of the most sought after small men’s brand, featured on celebrities such as Young Thug, Lil Uzi to Jazmine Sullivan.



International supermodel Rontez Valentine is a native of Queens, NY. His modeling career jump started in 2016 after he was discovered by his manager on Facebook. He’s been featured in British GQ and At Large Magazine.



Mike Smith is a freelance fashion stylist/ image & brand consultant. Originally from Greenville, Ms he graduated from the University of Southern Miss with a degree in Communication Studies with a double minor in fashion merchandising & Hotel Tourism Management. He has been studying fashion since he could read and has worked as a fashion stylist for 6 years. He quotes, “Not where I used to be. I’m working towards my goal everyday, and I want stop until I reach it.”



Darvell Sampson is a published model/published stylist. Born and raised in Trinidad, he came to the US and has created his legacy. He’s the co-owner of the band called Stylish Rebelz . His fashion career started when a friend of his grabbed him into doing a local college fashion show at Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY. From that moment on he knew that it was his time to create that billboard vision he always wanted since he was young. He has created different unique looks to portray style patterns that speaks volumes of himself and influences people to go beyond the way they dress and feel.



Patrick Dossanto Saviero, 27, is a blogger based in Germany. His passion for fashion, lifestyle, and traveling inspired him to start his instagram account.

About the Author: A native of Brooklyn, New York, Prince Martinez is the founder of Men Who Brunch (MWB), a lifestyle website and event blog. The concept of MWB primarily started from his own internal struggles as a gay man. Having hid in the closet for many years he finally decided to live in his own truth. His desire to bring LGBT persons together and love of brunch motivated him to start Men Who Brunch. His vision for MWB is to build an international community for LGBTQ persons who enjoy brunch and other social activities.  

Prince enjoys happy hours, martial arts, and of course brunch!  He also likes giving backing to the community and dreams to build a new community center back in his old neighborhood. 

Ewan McGregor Signed On For Bio Series About Gay Fashion Designer Halston

Ewan McGregor’s next role has been announced, and it’s a gay one.

Deadline reports that McGregor will star in a limited tv series produced by Legendary Television. The show titled Simply Halston is about the rise and fall of the first American celebrity fashion designer who also happened to be gay.

Specifically, Halston (born Roy Halston Frowick) started his career after designing the pillbox hat Jackie Kennedy wore to her husband’s 1961 presidential inauguration. From there, the fashion star gained many celebrity clients such as Anjelica Huston, Lauren Bacall, Margaux Hemingway, Elizabeth Taylor, Bianca Jagger and Liza Minnelli. He even designed uniforms for the U.S. Olympic team, the Girll Scouts, and the NYPD.

Halston grew a brand of fashion around his singular name and controlled the fashion world during the 1970s and ‘80’s. Unfortunately, his company was later lost in a hostile take over.

Later, Halston, who had a longtime lover in Colombian window dresser Victor Hugo, died in 1990 from AIDS-related complications. He died at the age of 57.

The limited tv series will be written by The Affair’s Sharr White and directed by Dan Minahan (from American Crime Story). On top of that, McGregor, White, and Minahan will all be executive producers while Killer Films will produce.

The series is based off of a 1991 biography, of the same name, by Steven Gaines. There is currently no word on when the show will hit tv screens.

h/t: Deadline

Céline Dion Collaborates On New Gender Neutral Fashions For Kids

Céline Dion has collaborated with fashion brand NUNUNU to develop a new gender neutral line of children’s clothing.

The concept is to allow children to find their own personal style rather than be boxed into a traditional pink vs blue mindset.

Asserting that “fashion builds concepts deep within our minds,” the company says the new line (titled CELINUNUNU) “aims to free the forces of creativity and imagination in children, nurturing equality and flexibility of thought that enable kids to fully embrace who they are.”

And speaking of ‘embracing who they are,’ the new ad spot for the fashion line casts Céline as a badass binary-busting ninja.

In the video, we see the “My Heart Will Go On” singer enter what appears to be a gender-segregated maternity ward.

Celine provides voiceover narration for the spot: 

“Our children. They are not really our children. as we are all just links in a never-ending chain that is life. For us, they are everything. But in reality, we are only a fraction of their universe. We miss the past. They dream of tomorrow. We may thrust them forward into the future. But the course will always be theirs to choose.”

Reaching into her bag, she finds black glitter confetti (of course) and blows it across the room transforming the ward into a gender-neutral space. The children are suddenly decked out in bold black and white, non-gendered fashions.

Céline explained to PEOPLE that the new line “lets children choose outside stereotypes and norms so they can bring from within their own tastes and preferences.” 

“We help them feel free, creative, inspired, respectful of one another and happy in the world,” she adds.

With that in mind, the line offers ‘fashion-forward’ looks utilizing bold prints (alphabets, stars, plus signs) in a palette of black, white, yellow and denim. The plus sign is meant as a symbol of equality.

Most of the clothing is priced between $50 and $100, although there is a $290 leather jacket available for your 3-year-old to grow out of in a few months.

Back in the maternity ward, though, security has shown up and our heroine attempts to escape. But, curses, she’s felled by a flying tackle.

In a last ditch effort, she attempts to play the celeb card as she’s cuffed and being taken away: “Guys, relax, easy - I’m Céline Dion.”

But, alas, to no avail. The cop replies, “Yeah, girl, and I’m Beyonce.”

Watch the ad spot below. You can check out the new non-binary children’s line on celinununu.com.



(h/t People)

'Diesel Hate Couture' Fashion Line Uses Hate Terms To Fight Online Bullying

Fashion brand Diesel is facing backlash over a new limited edition clothing line that includes a pricey silk jacket with a homophobic slur printed all over it.

The jacket, which is part of the company’s ‘Diesel Hate Couture’ line, features the word ‘faggot’ printed multiple times in a random pattern.

The line includes several types of items like t-shirts, hoodies, bomber jackets, hats and more.

“The truth is this: the more you expose the hate you get, treating it with irony and irreverence, the less power it has to cause harm,” Diesel told Hypebeast last month. “This is why we are launching HAɄTE COUTURE. A unique collection designed to do just that: disempower hate.”

The concept behind the provocative clothing is to reclaim online hate using the slogan, ‘The more hate you wear, the less you care.’

Other terms used in the line include ‘slut,’ ‘fat,’ ‘weirdo,’ ‘not cool’ and ‘f*ck you imposter.’

While outrageous, none seem quite as inflammatory or hateful as the f-word.

In addition, select Diesel stores will offer the ability to design your own ‘hate couture.’ Employees will sew a patch using the term of your choice on various items.

“Online hate is inevitable, but caring about it is optional,” writes Diesel on the YouTube page for the ad spot below.

The video begins by explaining all of the terms used were picked by the cast members from actual hate comments they’ve received via social media.

You can see openly gay actor Tommy Dorfman (Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why) wearing the controversial jacket, which sells for a whopping £350. The jacket appears to be available online through the brand’s UK website.

Also taking part in the video are Nicki Minaj, Gucci Mane, Miles Heizer, Barbie Ferreira, Bella Thorne, Yoo Ah-In, Bria Vinaite, Yovanna Ventura and Jonathan Bellini.

“Our aim has always been to disempower those that create the hate and manifest negativity,” said Diesel in a statement. “Every individual cast within the campaign relates personally to the issue itself.”

“To bring awareness to the wider issue, each chose a phrase that they wanted to wear proudly with the goal of empowering others to take a stance,” the statement continued. “Together, Diesel and Tommy Dorfman use this as a platform to disempower the haters and show the more hate you wear, the less you care.”

Dorfman also tweeted: “All proceeds from this jacket are benefitting the Ali Forney Center in NY which provides shelter, food and programs to homeless LGBTQ+ youth.”

The items came online last month, but responses on social media has been coming in waves.
Some folks like the idea, but others call the idea “offensive” and “disgusting.”


What do you think, readers? Is this like the LGBTQ community reclaiming the word ‘queer?’ Or is this just a bad idea?


(h/t Pride.com)

Goodbye to Jonathan Skow Who Gifted the World the Colorful 'Mr. Turk'

Jonathan Skow, husband of designer Trina Turk, and designer of the colorfully bold Mr. Turk, has died. The designer suffered a spinal cord injury in Hawaii over Labor Day weekend as he was bodysurfing according to the Hollywood Reporter. He died at the age of 55 on Friday after complications.

With boutiques in Los Angeles, Miami, Palm Springs, New York, Atlanta, and more—the Mr. Turk brand represented light and the Southern California easiness that the husband and wife designers loved. The brand was created in 2008 after Skow began spending his time away from being a photographer on the line.

Many celebrities, including notables in the LGBTQ+ community, were huge supporters of the Mr. Turk brand. Personalities such as Andy Cohen, Ross Mathews, Jonathan Adler, and Titus Burgess appreciated the unique styles Mr. Turk created. Just this year, actors Jeffery Self and Augustus Prew tied the knot in custom Mr. Turk suits.



Media icon and funny man Ross Mathews shared his heartfelt sentiments online about his great friend:



The Palm Springs Desert Sun released a statement provided by a spokesperson for Trina Turk. Portions of the statement include the following:

Jonathan Skow’s big, beautiful life ended on Friday, October 12, 2018 in Los Angeles with his family by his side. He was doing what he loved, bodysurfing in the ocean, when he suffered a devastating spinal cord injury on Labor Day in Hawaii. He dealt boldly and bravely with the severity of his injury. The accident was preceded by “an extraordinary life,” in his own words. He was 55. 

The quintessential bon vivant, his generosity, infectious zest for life, boisterous laugh, wit and bold glasses were signature trademarks. The world loved his exuberance and positive outlook, as he lit up spirits and shared his joy abundantly. His friends galore adored him.  

A true design visionary, in addition to photography and clothing design, Jonathan was also an open water swimmer, restorer of historic homes, architecture aficionado, amateur landscape designer, philanthropist, beekeeper, chef, and life-of-the-party, entertaining his entourages in Los Feliz and Palm Springs. His creativity and spirit were wild, free and spontaneous. 

Jonathan has always loved the ocean and was an enthusiastic member of the West Hollywood Aquatics (WH2O) Masters swimming club.  

Described by many as a powerful force of nature, his final exit was accompanied by an epic thunder and lightning storm over Los Angeles.  

He is survived by his wife Trina, mother Barbara, brother Nathan (Luanne). He is preceded in death by his father Harold.  

Jonathan’s simple advice: Have fun and enjoy your life. A Celebration of Life will take place at a future date.



Jonathan’s simple advice: “Have fun and enjoy your life!” We will miss him.

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h/t: Hollywood Reporter, Palm Springs Desert Sun


EXCLUSIVE! Brad Goreski Talks RuPaul, Valerie Cherish and Fall Fashion Advice

I’ve been a major fan of celebrity fashion stylist Brad Goreski for several years now, dating back to his time on The Rachel Zoe Project ten years ago. His effervescent personality captivated audiences of the show, so much so that got his own spinoff series called It’s a Brad, Brad World and earning himself a spot on E!’s long-running series Fashion Police beginning in 2015.

The 41-year-old was on hand at RuPaul’s DragCon NYC over the weekend, which makes perfect sense given what’s going on in his career right now. His new World of Wonder series, Iconic, takes Drag Race’s millions of viewers on a style journey with some of the show’s most stylish queens (notably season 7 winner Violet Chachki), where they look back at their fashion evolution and who their most major influences were and are.

He chatted with Instinct exclusively while at DragCon about several other topics outside his new show including his time on The Rachel Zoe Project, what his true thoughts are on his former frenemy Taylor from that series, being on Lisa Kudrow’s The Comeback and his best fall fashion advice.

Please tell me more about this fabulous ensemble you are wearing today!

Want to know what I’m serving? These are Louboutin. These are my favorite pants from Zara. This blazer I found in my basement in storage while we were cleaning out getting to move. I wore it to a Tommy Hilfiger fashion show like five years ago. She’s back.

I have been a fan of yours since The Rachel Zoe Project many years ago. Spill the tea… was Taylor really that awful?

Yes. She was. But Taylor and I are still really good friends.

She’s better now?

No (giggles). That was like such a moment in time. I think what people also forget, because it’s a television show, is that we were actually doing jobs and I was actually brand new and we were actually super, super busy. So she was trying to train me while there were cameras all around us and we didn’t know what the show was going to be so she had literally a lot on her plate. It made for great TV and it gave me the training wheels I needed.

You also appeared on one of my favorite television shows of all time, The Comeback. How did you get involved in being part of it?

I was a very vocal fan of the show in the first season and Michael Patrick King is a friend of my husband’s and myself, and Dan Bucatinsky, who’s a producer on the show and writing partners with Lisa Kudrow called me and was like “We have this crazy idea. Valerie Cherish is going to ask you to be her stylist, would you do it?” I cried after, one of the best and most fun things I’ve ever done.

I knew Lisa as Lisa Kudrow, but I’ve never met her as Valerie Cherish so when we were filming, and the first scene we did was her walking into my studio and saying, “It’s Brad Goreski!” and I fucking died. It was amazing.

I also never connected that RuPaul saying “Hello, Hello, Hello!” at the beginning of every Drag Race episode was really an homage to Valerie.

Well Valerie Cherish is kind of the ultimate drag queen, right?

Biggest fashion advice for the fall season?

Get yourself some animal print, honey!

For more information on Brad, please check out his official site.

Gay Model Chufue Yang Claims His Agency Let Him Go Because He's Too Asian

Did racism, homophobia, and misidentification play a part in this gay model of color being dropped by his agency?

Chufue Yang is a former model living in the Chicago area. He shared through Instagram last week that he had been fired by his agency.

“Recently, I was dropped by my agency @fordmodels.” He shared before later adding, “Being 5 foot 10, Hmong American (my ethnicity for those of you that don’t know) and gay already challenges the industry in itself and for a while I thought I wasn’t getting booked because of those reasons, when in reality.. that’s exactly why.”

In order to elaborate more on the situation, Yang recently spoke to Dazed Magazine.

The start of the problem happened in 2017 when Chufue Yang signed on with Ford Models and almost simultaneously was featured in Models.com.

While initially excited, his feelings became conflicted after reading the line “from Minnesota via Mongolia.” This upset Yang as he’s Hmong-American (an American descendant of the Hmong ethnic group which originates from China) and not Mongolian.

To rectify this, Yang released a post on Instagram expressing the clarification.

“The title to my feature was ‘Minnesota via Mongolia’. Although it could’ve been a simple mistake, being misidentified ethnically is something that not only me, but a lot of Asian Americans experience daily. I made an Instagram post expressing those feelings and when my agent saw it, they wanted me to take it down because they didn’t want to ruin the relationship they had with models.com.”

Unfortunately, his agency wasn’t appreciative of the post. They told him to delete the post as they didn’t want to strain their relationship with Models.com.

Clearly, Yang ignored that request. Instead, he demanded that the article be edited and corrected. He then later found out that it was his agent that misidentified his ethnicity in the first place.

Sadly, Yang then started to notice a decline in his work. Afterwards, job requests for Yang started to drop more and more. Eventually, this led to his being fired.

When asked by Dazed why he thinks he was fired, Chufue Yang says it’s because the industry doesn’t appreciate or protect queer models of color.

“After the whole models.com incident, things started to get rocky. They would send me to a few castings here and there, but Chicago clients just aren’t looking for people that look like me,” he told Dazed Magazine. “It seems as though my height, mono-lids, and black hair didn’t make the cut, because the emails about jobs started to decrease throughout my time being signed. Not getting booked for things definitely started to take a toll on how I viewed my self-worth. This was a very hard time for me mentally and emotionally.”

“I deactivated all my social media and needed to disassociate myself from modelling because I felt as if I didn’t have control over my body anymore. It got to the point where I just shaved my head and dyed it a different colour without telling my agents. I think my agents probably felt that I wasn’t committed to my career anymore which wasn’t the case at all.”


Work in progress ; painting by @dougankhim.

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It seems that the relationship between Yang and his agency grew worse as time went by. He says that the agency never marketed him as a queer model of color in the few months that they worked together. Instead, he says they tried to force him to conform.

“I never expressed these feelings to my previous agency because I don’t think they would’ve fully grasped my point of view. I’m the first QPOC that they’ve ever signed onto their men’s board and instead of marketing me for me, I felt like they wanted me to fit me into a mould. Ultimately, the blame isn’t on my previous agents or my previous agency, but on the industry and myself for not having a stronger stance on my values, voice, and identity. We all learn from our mistakes though.”

But is that the whole of the story? Was there more going on between Yang and the agency?

It would make sense that a growing rift in the relationship between Yang and his agency (and Models.com) also led to his departure. After all, the fashion industry is a very social business. If Yang caused problems just a month or two into his relationship with the agency, that could easily have resulted in a strained work environment.

Don't misunderstand, the racial misidentification and mishandling of Chufue Yang are 100% true, but we're lacking the industry's perspective on the story.


@notnicer in NYC.

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No matter what, Chufue Yang is trying to make peace with his departure. Yang now says that he’s learned from the experience.

“What I’ve learned is to not lose your voice in an industry where your physical features are placed above everything else, especially your identity.”

He also added in his talk to Dazed that he urges other models not to lose themselves in the job.

“Don’t let yourself feel like you’re just another model,” he said. “Everyone has so much potential, but the cool thing is, that greatness is different for everyone. Find that and apply it to your career.”

Meanwhile, Yang has decided to take a break from modeling and is pursuing other things with the hope to return to modeling later.

“My focus has shifted to my education full time, but I hope to model again in the future. Being a model, for me, is just a stepping stone to a bigger platform. At the end of the day, I want to travel the world, educate, inform and connect.”

h/t: Dazed Magazine

This article was created by one of our Contributing Writers and does not reflect the opinion of Instinct Magazine or the other Contributing Writers. 

ASOS's New Men's Crop Top Confused And Excited The Internet

Lately, several men have confidently photographed themselves strutting around in crop tops. In order to keep up with the fashion trend, fashion retailer ASOS recently released a new product.

The above £10 crop top was released on the retailer's website. The very short shirt barely covers the nipples and is styled much like shirts worn by Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid.  


last night

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After being released for sale, the crop top quickly became a talking point on social media. Many twitter users were perplexed by the outfit while others thought it was all in good fun and fashion.

Related: London Hairdresser Caught Recording Company Party Bathroom

As for those who thought the top was nothing but a joke, it seems the joke’s on them as the crop top is already out of stock.

Whether you're a fan or not, it looks like the crop top is the new romper. It's a conversation piece, a fashion trend, and viral trend all in one.

Fashion Model Tomas Skoloudik's Nudes Are Kind of Exquisite

Let’s start the weekend off with something that’s hot AF, shall we?

Czech Republic-born high fashion model Tomas Skoloudik has appeared has worked for some of the finest labels in couture. Now we have a great look at the 32-year-old stunner with all his clothes off.

OMG Blog has compiled a stack of photos of the model, including several nudes.

Skoloudik started modeling at 19. He has appeared on the covers of many magazines including Men’s Health. He’s been featured in print campaigns for Armani Jeans and Emporio Armani. Other appearances include Guess Underwear, Kenneth Cole, Dolce & Gabbana, Calvin Klein and Buffalo.

Here’s the kicker: Skoloudik got his start in porn. The videos are out there and they’re not hard to find.

For plenty of full frontal Tomas Skoloudik (NSFW — duh), go to OMG Blog.