We first came across boyish Luke, discovered while skateboarding in London, in Supplementaire. He originally got his big break after appearing on the cover of Dazed & Confused.
He has modelled for brands including Mugler, DKNY, Uniqlo, Vivienne Westwood and Dior. Luke has also has appeared on the covers of Arena Homme+, Candy and Fiasco.
Notorious as the former fiance of Kelly Osbourne, that relationship imploded when she split from him after he had an affair with model Elle Schneider, a pre-op transsexual, who was born Reynaldo Gonzalez
Their public spat, conducted on Twitter, has run and run. Choice moments included Kelly’s January 2011 tweet: "Luke Worrall is the biggest piece of s**t. He is the worst thing that ever happened to me. I have never felt heartbreak like this in my life. I came home for Xmas to see him meanwhile he has been f***ing hundreds of girls as well as men behind my back."
Elle, 21 and living in Miami, has had her say too.
“I was open with Luke that I was born a boy. He didn't mind - in fact it turned him on more. He told me that it turned him on knowing I was once a boy. Luke is very different to most guys sexually. He always insisted to me he was single and I had no idea he was engaged to Kelly Osbourne.
“It was only when I took my clothes off he saw I had a penis. He wasn't fazed by it. He was very complimentary. He was drunk. He stayed the night and did not leave my hotel room until 11am the next day. Back then, I had no idea he was engaged. He repeatedly insisted he was single."
Blinders, the movie. News Update. 01.11.2013
Coming out on release next month is the latest instalment of Boys On Film titled Boys On Film X. It features eight new short films that have been shown around the world at various film festivals.
'Blinders' by Director Jacob Brown features Luke. The DVD is due for release on November 25th. Now read on.
The latest news on Luke comes from the USA where he is featured in a short movie, Blinders, written and shot by Jacob Brown, features editor on The New York Times Style Magazine.
The movie features a young couple (Nathaniel Brown and Byrdie Bell) who go to a bar one night and meet a young creature of a boy (Luke Worrall) possessed of an otherworldly physical beauty that could attract anyone, man or woman.
Brown commented on his concept: “Something that really interests me is this extreme of youthful male beauty that the fashion world constantly seeks. We’re not talking handsome or hunky or even sexually attractive, but the truly beautiful male faces possessed by a Luke Worrall or a Cole Mohr—kind of unusual and alien to the point that you could call them art and say they belong in gallery. It transcends gay or straight—anyone who comes across them wants to stare at them, like they’d want to stare at incredible art."
Lustralboy remembers the Dazed and Confused byline: "Not everything is black or white." We concur that "Not everything is straight or gay."
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