Showcasing Pakistani Male Models

The fashion industry in Pakistan is on the rise and each year, we see new faces emerge as models. Coupled with the female models, the male model industry is booming too. Audience are left in awe thanks to the wonderful work they are showcasing through their utmost professional attitudes. Good looks, elegance, a do-or-die attitude makes all the difference. Fashion Collection presents some of the most popular Pakistani male models today.

Shahzad Noor

Armed with a chiselled Spartan physique, Shahzad is a force to be reckoned with. He has spread his wings and unlimited talents to new heights, appearing in music videos, commercials and fashion shows. With top fashion brands and designers lining up to have this ‘Pakistani Spartan’ stand in the spotlight draped in their creations, it’s easy to predict his successful future in the industry. In 2015, Noor marked his screen debut with Geo TVs, Tera Mera Rishta.

Fawad Afzal Khan

One of the most versatile faces on screen, Fawad started off his career as the lead singer in the band ‘Entity Paradigm’ and simultaneously starred in the Pakistani sitcom Jutt and Bond (2000). After making his debut in the comedy, he took the industry by storm. Fawad completed his bachelors in telecom engineering, but rose to prominence as a singer, model and an actor. Fawad has walked the ramp as the show stopper several times on prestigious fashion shows; nationally and internationally. His appearances India Bridal Fashion Week and the Pantene Bridal Couture Week managed to steal the hearts of many. He has also debuted in the highest grossing Pakistani movie, Khuda Kay Liye (2007) where his performance was critically applauded by many in the industry, gaining him immense commercial success.

Abdullah Ejaz

Thanks to his quintessential northern face, Abdullah Ejaz has gathered quite a following in the world of glamour. His alluring looks give him an edge, and his piercing eyes have swept many off their feet. Born in the year 1983, Abdullah was brought up in Lahore where he gained prominence not only in the fashion industry but also in the television industry of Pakistan. Famous brands like HSY, Karma, and Mehdi, which only look for enthralling looks in a model, have worked with Abdullah Ejaz. He won the award for Best Male Model of the Year 2006 at Lux Style Awards, and has been nominated for the same category numerous times as well.

Abbas Jafri

Abbas emerged in the fashion industry when it was ruled by clean shaved and well groomed male models. His thick, unruly, dense beard gave him a unique yet competitive edge over his counterparts. Born in Karachi, Abbas is the only Pakistani male model who has given a new meaning to masculinity and virility, successfully becoming a symbol of it. He has broken the norms of a well-groomed looking man with his unkempt and rugged chic. Son of a hotel owner in America, Abbas never planned to become a model. He entered modelling in the year 2001 and since then, has been seen numerous times on the ramps at fashion shows and promotion events endorsing different brands. Thanks to his intense gaze, nobody can ignore him or his beard on billboards all across Pakistan. He has achieved various accolades including winning Lux Style Awards – Model of the Year (Male) for both 2011 and 2012, and Hum Award for best Male Model of the Year in 2013.


Jahan-e-Khalid is a Pakistani super model, educationist and entrepreneur. Having worked with top brands and fashion designers he has established himself as a leading model and has been nominated as Best Model Male at Lux Style Awards, twice.
Khalid was born on April 24, 1986 in Lahore. He attended Aitchison College and completed his bachelor’s degree in Association of Chartered Certified Accountants in 2010 and worked for two years before entering the fashion industry. Besides modeling he helped his father’s construction business. In 2012 he officially joined the industry and modeled for Republic by Omar Farooq and since then worked with HSY, Deepak Perwani, Emraan Rajput and many others. He regularly appears in Pakistan Fashion Design Council’s fashion weeks, events and seminar.