45 thoughts on “How much do male fashion models weigh?

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’ve done runways / editorial / stock photos for smaller stockists/brands, but I’m not exactly on the runway for gucci or Ann D
    but I’ll chime in anyway
    I’m 6’2.5" 170 lbs, and most other models I’ve worked with tend to be 6’1" at the minimum & 6’4" at the maximum, maybe 5’10" minimum or so for women. I have seen exceptions though
    I did a runway a few months ago and the shortest model was this girl who was 5’4" or something

    • Anonymous says:

      just realized I went on a tangent about height, not weight.
      Generally speaking the male models are 6’1"-6’4", and weight ranges around 140-180 depending on the person
      I have seen outliers of under 140 and outliers of over 170-180 but generally yes

  2. Anonymous says:

    I weigh 43kg at 5 ‘10. A small time director tried really hard to recruit me into his film last week so I’d like to assume I’m good looking.

    • Anonymous says:

      >43kg
      >5’10
      Anon, he was trying to rape you because you’re clearly an easy target. There was no film, just his bedroom with soundproofed walls. You seriously need to get some hecking muscle on your frame, man. I’m surprised you even have the strength to pick up a glass of water at that bodyweight. If that guy was genuinely trying to film you then he was probably going to make you go blackface to make a charity advert about starving Africans.

      • Anonymous says:

        I do have muscles and by looking at me you can’t tell that I’m severely underweight. I have always been this thin and I look the best this way. I just have an exceptionally high metabolism. I have tried a lot to overeat myself to gain weight in the past but it simply did nothing. But I’m only 19, maybe I’ll gain some weight when I’m in my early 20’s or something.

  3. Anonymous says:

    >Annorexics comparing who has the most unhealthy body
    This thread baka. Is there any modelling work for guys with a decent body, outside sports magazines?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Always been a bit curious about modelling but think I’m too large/too big of a drop. They want models who fit men’s 38-42 mostly right? The clothing is made and *then* the model is found, so there’s no tailoring it to a model before they wear it?

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