From designers like Dsquared2’s Dean & Dan Caten and The Row’s Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen to model twins Zac & Jordan Stenmark and Marcio & Marcos Patriota, fashion seems to love a set of twins. But most of all, fashion seems to love a set of twin male models. Maybe it’s the allure of the perfect symmetry or the magical mirroring but the industry can’t get enough of them, even when they don’t have clothes or are pushing the boundaries.

Since there discovery in 2011, none has captured the industries attention like the Stenmark Twins. Scoring editorials in L’Officiel Hommes Paris, Vogue Hommes Japan, Hercules and GQ Australia, the Australian boys made a name for themselves thanks to support from industry icons Bruce Webber, Terry Richardson and Carine Rotfield. And their seems to be no stopping them after securing an editorial in this month’s Financial Times How To Spend It, the boys once again show their appeal.

But while the Stenmark Twins seem to keep their clothes on most of the time, others like the Patriota Twins, the Cannata Twins and the Ferreria de Sampaio Twins can’t seem to get dressed. And although that’s never really been a problem with male models half dressed in homoerotic poses, is it pushing the boundaries too far when they are two brothers naked? Fashion has always loved controversy, but I do wonder if we would still be turning a blind eye to two sisters and not call it porn.

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The Stenmark Twins Manuscript magazine

The Stenmark Twins

The Stenmark Twins

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Ferreria de Sampaio Twins

Ferreria de Sampaio Twins

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Patriota Twins

Patriota Twins

Patriota Twins

Cannata Twins

Cannata Twins

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5 Comments

  1. October 12, 2014 / 11:09 am

    Thank you for making my day with this post.

  2. Kuya Boi
    August 16, 2015 / 4:12 am

    This is so sexy…

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