Noah Mills is EVERYWHERE this season

Posted on:- 3 August, 2010

I just saw Sex and the City 2, and if anyone was wondering who played Mario Canton’s ridiculously attractive little brother in the movie (cause I know I was!), it is none other than one of Wilhelmina’s top male models, Noah Mills. I don’t want to spoil it for anyone, but he does suffer a mild attack by a couger... Lately, however, Noah has been anything but conquered. Since beginning his modeling career in 2003 at the age of 18, he has appeared in numerous editorials around the world, on the covers of notable magazines, and is repeatedly featured as the forefront of Michael Kors and Dolce & Gabbana campaigns. After being named Model of the Week on on November 13, 2003, Noah began an incredibly strong career, starting off in shows for Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent in the beginning of 2004. Since then, his notable work include walking for Dolce & Gabbana, Kenneth Cole, Michael Kors, Givenchy and many others, and becoming the face of campaigns for Emporio Armani, Tom Ford, Dolce & Gabbana, and Michael Kors. He has also appeared on the cover of such magazines as Surface, Slurp, and GQ with editorials in countless other magazines. Mills’ career is not all about the past, though noteworthy as it may be. At this point, he  is showing signs of anything BUT slowing down. This upcoming fall season, you can see Noah in the three very different campaigns of Dolce & Gabbana, Tommy Hilfiger, and Michael Kors. The usual suspect of Kors’, Noah appears in a stunningly beautiful series of photos that completely epitomize the season of fall. The colors of the leaves falling around them combined with the textures of the clothes makes for a very wistful sight. The Dolce & Gabbana  campaign, true to form, tastefully places the upcoming styles in a scene which doesn’t seem to be centered on the clothes at all; but more about the bro-mance that seems to be taking place in the tailor shop. Clothes or not, this spread is fun and full of energy. This fall, Tommy Hilfiger does what he does best and re-instills the classic east-coast vibe, this time in a spread that somewhat resembles a prep school tailgate, complete with the basset hounds, classic cars, and  the professor.

Going from a romantic to a frat boy to a yuppie is clearly not a problem for this rising star. While currently living in New York, Noah would like to pursue acting more and appears in the upcoming flick Happy New Year, which chronicles the struggle that vets have when coming back from war in Iraq. I just hope he can still fit in all of the modeling work in with the budding acting career; I’d hate to see spreads like this disappear! Photos provided by