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WONDERLUST: ADAM LOFT-SCHULZ

We spent the afternoon with lovely FM boy Adam Loft-Shulz, who's living proof that male models do go to football matches.

How did you become a model?

I got scouted at a football match.

What were you doing before modelling?

Just at school studying for my A-levels in maths, music, art and dance.

What do you like to do when you're not modelling?

Going out with friends, making music and riding my bike.

What type of music do you like?

Grime, hip-hop and soul.

What's your favourite film?

Trainspotting, I've watched it quite a few times. I really like Danny Boyle films.

What shows did you walk in last season?

In London I did JW Anderson & Shaun Samson.

Where has been your favourite place you've travelled?

I had a really good time in Paris. I also have quite a lot of family in New Zeala

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nd and I would like to go to LA.

Best thing to eat for breakfast?

Pancakes, I love them with maple syrup!

What's your favourite place to hang out in London?

Around Hackney & London Fields. There are a lot of nice pubs.

Do you have a particular photographer you would like to work with?

Alistair McKellan, he's a really nice guy and I enjoy working with him.

What couldn't you live without?

Music.

What's been your favourite fashion moment so far?

I like doing the shows, they're always good fun. Though a few seasons ago JW Anderson had a weird catwalk and I was scared of getting lost!

What would you like to do in the future?

Be successful. I would like to continue modelling and maybe go back and study.

Do you ever dance even if there's no music playing?

No, I only do the robot when music is on.

Photographer David Adams
Fashion Editor and words Francesca Prudente
Hair Lotte O’Shea using BUMBLE & BUMBLE
Make up Bobana Parojcic all make-up using CHANEL SS 2012 & HYDRA BEAUTY SERUM
Model Adam Loft-Shulz at FM AGENCY
Adam wears shirt BEN SHERMAN

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WONDERLUST: ADAM LOFT-SCHULZ

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