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2 Guys, 8 Looks: The TWIN Male Model Edition

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    Fine, you've got us—we're model obsessed, but at least we're not afraid to admit it. And, let's be honest: When a pair of insanely gorgeous, twin male models come your way, there's just no saying no. Instead, we say hello (and hell yes!) to fraternal hunks,Travis and Brian Davenport. Sure, they happen to be Ralph Lauren models but there's so much more to these guys than chiseled-by-the-hands-of-Zeus cheekbones and enviable hair— the two are accomplished skateboarders and skate design entrepreneurs, with a street-meets-chic apparel company, Push Culture. Oh, and they also happen to have great personal style. We caught up with the Davenports to check the pros and cons of twin-dom in the biz, score tips for approaching intimidatingly hot guys, and of course, to snap some exclusive pics. Ugh, double swoon, we're in brotherly love!

    Click through for hot pics and industry dish from the dapper Davenport dudes. But don't get any funny ideas ladies— these Austin-born sweethearts are both happily taken!

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