Max Rogers first caught the attention of the fashion industry in 2008
when he posed nude for the cover of GQ magazine. Since then he has
gone on to star in campaigns for D&G, Gieves & Hawkes and most
recently Tommy Hilfiger. Well-known for his long unruly curls, the
model underwent a significant snip ahead of Men's Fashion Week this
month. Crane.tv was there to witness the change and chat to Rogers
about what he has learnt from modelling so far including his new found
appreciation for well-tailored suits.