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Inside One Of NYC's Coolest Bachelor Pads

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    If you haven't heard of Lorenzo Martone, here's the rundown: Brazilian, George Clooney-charming, consummate host, Nycked swimwear designer, and co-founder of talent PR firm ARC. Constantly squiring pretty things like clients Irina Shayk and Alessandra Ambrosio to the Boom Boom Room or a Ruffian after-party, this tanned Adonis tops our most personable list (and we wouldn't kick him out of bed either). So, we're not exactly shocked that his rad Lower-East-Side bachelor pad is just as alluring; A sick collection of artwork (hello Murakami!), '70s furniture, and lots of Diptyque candles gives us major interior envy. Lucky for us, this Downtown hottie gave us an inside tour of his brand-new apartment, and, uh, it got a little steamy. It was a day to remember as Lozo stripped down to his skivvies (and if you saw the pap shots from Miami, that's a very good thing) and fur for one photo shoot that's as hot as Rio. And of course, the space is pretty sweet, too. Yes...you're welcome.

    Click through to get in on all the bachelor pad perfection—don't worry, there are captions from Lorenzo himself!

    Photos by Kava Gorna.

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