With slicked-black lengths that transition from platinum to chestnut, a towering 6’2 figure, and looks that harken to a young Elvis Presley, Vogue Man Arabia’s November digital cover star Lucky Blue Smith was born to turn heads.
The 20-year-old face of fashion and aspiring actor from Spanish Fork, Utah, has taken the modeling world by storm since his industry debut at the tender age of 12. His boyish charm and chiseled features have landed him campaigns for Calvin Klein, Balmain, and Tom Ford, and shows for Tommy Hilfiger, Phillip Plein, Versace, and Moschino. When he’s not walking for major fashion shows or fronting magazine covers, the youngest of four children rocks out on the drums in his all-sibling band, The Atomics.
On top of his genetically-blessed features, the multi-faceted model also has a killer fashion sense, that sees him gravitate towards sharp suits, tailored men’s shirts (loosely unbuttoned, of course), and skinny, expertly cut trousers. In the gallery above, we consulted the archives to check on the 20-year-old’s sartorial evolution.