Marlon Teixeira

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Marlon Teixeira
Marlon Teixeira.jpg
Ermanno Scervino SS 2012 Fashion Show
Born Marlon Luiz Teixeira
(1991-09-16) September 16, 1991 (age 22)
Santa Catarina, Brazil
Modeling information
Height 1.88 metres (6 ft 2 in)
Hair colour Brown
Eye colour Hazel
Shoe size 42.5
Manager Wilhelmina Models

Marlon Teixeira (born September 16, 1991)[1] is a Brazilian model of Portuguese, Japanese and Amerindian descent from Santa Catarina.[2]

Career[edit]

Marlon started his career when his grandmother introduced him to Anderson, owner of Way Model Management and friend of the family.

He has walked for numerous shows including Emporio Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, DSquared, Roberto Cavalli, Jean Paul Gaultier and many more and opened for shows such as Emporio Armani and Dior Homme.Marlon has also appeared on several magazine covers L'Officiel Hommes, Essential Homme, Fiasco, Made in Brazil, Client, and Hercules. Alongside this he has appeared in high fashion editorials for GQ, Vogue Espana, V, Elle, W magazine with Ginnifer Goodwin and Vanity Fair with Shakira.

More impressive is the number of campaigns that he has shot in just over 2 years. These include campaign for some of the most popular fashion brands such us Armani Jeans, Custo Barcelona, Dior Homme, Sergio K, Diesel Underwear, American Eagle, Iceberg, Armani Exchange, Ermanno Scervino, Emporio Armani, and Antony Morato.

In 2011 Marlon became face of new Diesel fragrance "Diesel Fuel for Life Denim Collection" together with Dutch model Marloes Horst. Ad campaign was shot by Terry Richardson and video campaign is directed by Melina Matsoukas.[3] Roberto Cavalli is launching a new fragrance, Marlon became face of new Just Cavalli fragrance "Just for him" together with Georgia May Jagger in 2013. Avon is launching a new perfume, Marlon and Megan Fox became face of new "Instinct" perfume for her and him in 2013.

He took part in Philip Kirkorov's video-clip, "Snow".[4]

Agencies: Way Model Management (Mother Agency, São Paulo), Wilhelmina (New York,Los Angeles), MGM (Paris), Next Models (London), Kult Model Agency (Hamburg), Sight Management Studio (Barcelona), Fashion (Milan), Scoop Models (Copenhagen), Nest Model Management (Berlin).

Clients: Emporio Armani, Armani Jeans, Armani Exchange, Emporio Armani EA7, Iceberg, Diesel, Roberto Cavalli, Jean Paul Gaultier, American Eagle, Scapa Sports, Custo Barcelona, Ellus Jeans Deluxe, El Palacio de Hierro, Antony Morato, Dolce & Gabbana, DSQUARED, AVVA, Macy's, GQ, L'Officiel magazines, Dior Homme, Ermanno Scervino, Forum, Sergio K, Messagerie, Pull & Bear, Blue Man, Vila Romana, 7TH Man Magazine, Citizen K International, Client, Dossier, EY magazine, Essential Homme, Fiasco, Hercules, Made in Brazil, Muse, Playboy, Ponytail, Slurp, So'Chic, V Man, Vanity Fair, Vogue magazines, W Magazine, West East Magazine, TPM Magazine, Gaudi, Malwee, Individual, Kama Classics, Piazza Italia, Lucien Pellat Finet, Elle Man, Coitus magazine, Nordstrom, Caderno Ela, Coca Cola Clothing, Acostamento, Umno, Terranova, Philipp Plein, Guapo, Carlo Pignatelli, Crash, Osklen, Winq, Iódice Denim, Triton, Reserva, Hermes, John Galliano, FHM China, Avon, Tommy Hilfiger, Zara and etc.

Achievements[edit]

He is currently ranked 7th on Models.com list of the Top 50 international male models. tFS Style Awards 2013 Winner: Top Male Model — Marlon Teixeira. Teixeira was named the best male model in 2011 by Client magazine, Made in Brazil and Hola! magazine.[3]

Personal[edit]

Place of Origin: Balneario Camboriu/Santa Catarina, Brazil. Ethnic Origin: Half Portuguese, 1/4 Indian, 1/4 Japanese. Agencies: Way Model Management (Mother Agency, São Paulo), Wilhelmina (New York), MGM (Paris), Next Models (London), Kult Model Agency (Hamburg), Sight Management Studio (Barcelona), Fashion (Milan).[5] His favorites include surfing, skating, learning new things, traveling, going to the beach, movies, and kiwi juice.[6] Teixeira is best friend with fellow Brazilian model Francisco Lachowski.[7]

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