The Handsome Boy Next Door – Austin Scoggin by Sarah Mireya

 

One of our favorite male models is back for more on Fashionably Male/PnV. The wonder boy from Sherwood, Oregon, it’s the amazing Austin Scoggin from a recent shoot with photographer Sarah Mireya“Scoggs” currently calls L.A. home after a nomadic life of bouncing around the globe for a few years. Austin, 21, is the kind of guy who is one-half nerd and one-half hunk. In high school, he played football and was captain of the chess team. 

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Recently, Austin signed with DT Model Management in LA. DT has a sensational roster of male models, and Austin looks right at home there. DT Model Management President David Todd explained what makes him so special, “Austin is a bit of the handsome boy next-door mixed with a sexy Bruce Weber, Versace 90’s super-model vibe!” David Todd continued, “He has a devilish smile, incredible bone structure and a knock out body.” He added that Austin “fits perfectly in our exclusive DT men’s board.”

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Be sure to catch our interview with Austin from Spring, 2016 on Fashionably Male right here:  https://fashionablymale.net/2016/04/02/here-is-the-austin-scoggin-interview-pnv-network/

 

 

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