Israeli model to star in GQ fashion shoot with Italian sex icon Michele Morrone

Dancing with the Stars dazzler Eden Fines will take part in campaign for international men's magazine alongside star of smash-hit Netflix erotic drama 365 Days

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Israeli supermodel Eden Fines was chosen by the international men's magazine GQ to star in a fashion shoot alongside Italian heartthrob Michele Morronewho starred in the erotic Netflix drama 365 Days.
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  • Fines, 25, boarded a flight to Italy on Tuesday accompanied by her agent and carrying a suitcase with outfits for herself and Morrone that were specially made for the photoshoot.
    Morrone, 31, is an actor, singer, and model who rose to prominence overnight thanks to his lead role in the Netflix film.
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    Michele Morrone with his sons
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    Morrone was previously married to Lebanese fashion designer Rouba Saadeh with whom he has two sons — Marcudo and Brado.
    The Italian stud was left heartbroken after the couple's breakup in 2018 but supposedly remained on good terms after the split.
    365 Days came out in 2020. Morrone played the role of Massimo Torricelli, the head of an Italian crime family. Despite having women constantly fall at his feet, Torricelli is only interested in one woman he saw five years earlier during a failed family business affair that ended in tragedy.
    Torricelli manages to track down the woman, capture her, and force her to stay by his side for 365 days until she falls in love with him.
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    Eden Fines
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    The young Israeli model, known as the presenter of Israeli fashion brand Renuar, has previously pursued international gigs but has yet to make an impact outside the Israeli market.
    Fines also made several TV appearances, including starring in the most recent season of Israel's Dancing with the Stars.
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