Blaine Cook The handsome and stylish American model, Blaine Cook, was born on 1st October, 1986, in Hollywood, Maryland. He is popular for his charming smile, ripped body, dark blue eyes, and soft lips and is famous for walking the runway show in 2007 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Life Ball Show in Vienna. Blaine’s story of how he got into modeling is different. While many successful models were discovered accidentally, Blaine Cook actually searched the internet for the “Top Ten Modeling Agencies” due to his interest in modeling. Upon completing the search, he found “Major Management” where he sent his profile and some pictures. Soon enough, he was offered a deal by the modeling agency and then signed with them. After entering the modeling field, Blaine Cook appeared in several editorials and magazine covers, earning the title of “Model of the Week” from models.com. In 2007, he appeared in the Italian Vogue Editorial (Photographed by Steven Meisel) and then walked his first major runway at the Life Ball Show in Vienna. A few months later, he was again featured on the cover of Italian Vogue, alongside Agyness Deyn. In 2008, Blaine Cook had a major breakthrough in his career as he replaced Sean Opry as the face of the Calvin Klein Collection, which was of course a huge accomplishment. He then opened the fall Calvin Klein show in Milan and also walked the Thom Browne, Perry Ellis, Michael Kors, and DKNY fall shows in New York. The same year, he appeared in the spring issues of Arena Homme, Vman, and GQ Style, featured in the Dazed & Confused Editorial (Photographed by Xevi Muntane), and walked the spring Theirry Mugler, Emanuel Ungaro, Givency, and Calvin Klein shows in Paris and Milan. Additionally, he also appeared in the Flaunt Editorial (Photographed by Joshua Jordan) and Japanese Vogue Hommes (Photographed by David Benjamin Sherry). In 2009, Blaine Cook featured in editorials for GQ Style UK, GQ Style Germany, GQ Japan, and V Man and also featured in the American Eagle Holiday and Uniqlo Heattech F/W campaigns. A year later, he made an appearance in Max Mara and Lincs by David Chu advertising campaigns, featured on the covers of GQ Germany and Allure Magazine. In 2011, he appeared in the Franklin & Marshall advertising campaign and two years later walked the Marlon Gobel F/W show, featured in Essential Homme and The New York Times Online Editorials. His career slowed down a bit during this period, but at the end of 2014, he regained his reputation back by appearing in Caleo Magazine, Various Editorials, GQ Australia, and Wish Magazine Editorials. Just two months back, he appeared on Various Shows’ Garciavelez F/W, Gents F/W, and Malan Breton F/W 15 shows. Therefore, there is no doubt that Blaine Cook has a future as bright as his dazzling blue eyes and will in fact become one of the best supermodels one day.
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