Pietro Boselli, dubbed the world’s hottest math teacher, has landed a gig as the new face–and body–of Armani’s line of athletic apparel, EA7.
Boselli’s latest modeling job has a nice symmetry to it, given that he he began his career at age 7 modeling for Armani after being discovered by Giorgio Armani himself.
As you may recall, Boselli rose to international fame after his students at University College London became aware that he moonlights as a model.
Pietro Boselli became so popular amongst his university students for his looks that they were uploading photos of him on social media, helping him grow a big global following (he now has almost 850,000 Instagram followers). He then entered the sexiest teacher in the world competition (yes, there is one) and won.
The 28-year-old from Negrar, a town near Verona, has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from UCL and has secretly posed for Abercrombie and Fitch and other smaller brands in the past.
Pietro, who has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from University College London, says he always dreamed of modelling, but chose to follow an academic path instead.
He said: ‘In a way I was ashamed, I thought that the people from the academic world would look down on me.’ […]
‘People ask me “why are you topless in pictures? Why don’t you have any clothes on?” But training is a big part of my life.
As for how Boselli has attained his physique, he says,
‘I started going to the gym when I moved to London and, like everything I do, I’m very focused. I train once or twice a day and I’m happy to get recognition for having a good physique.’
Check out photos from Boselli’s work for Armani, below.