Max Sebrechts is a Belgian born model who has graced the pages of magazines around the globe for over a dozen years with Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss, Gucci, Dunhill, and Burberry campaigns as well as Rolex.
Max was discovered by Belgian modeling agency “Dominique Models” and worked in his early career as a fashion model for various modeling agencies in France, Netherlands, Italy, UK, Greece and Germany. Besides being the model for national commercial campaigns for Belgian telecom operator “Belgacom” and “Telenet”, Max was also featured on covers for various fashion magazines such as Belgian “Bruid en Bruidegom”, and appreared in Italian “Uomo” and British “Cosmopolitan”.
His international career got kick-started by an exclusive contract with IMG Models in New York. The brown hair, hazel-green eyed model has also been featured in the “First Face” runway campaigns for Ferragamo, Armani Couture, and Hans Ubbinck. He has also modeled for the summer campaign for Tommy Hilfiger and the summer catalogue for Marlboro Classics. Some time later, Max got contracted by Elite Models in Hong Kong and spent the last 6 years covering magazines around Asia.
Max recently decided to go to the top and moved to Hollywood in January 2010, and obtained an exclusive 3-year contract with Ford Models in Los Angeles. In the meantime, Max appeared on covers such as sport magazine “World Runners Magazine” and wedding magazine “Destination Weddings”, and booked various catalogue jobs for “Civil Society”, “For Joseph”, “Belkin”, “Oakley”, “Forever 21” and “Hautelook” and was the lead in a commercial for Samsung.
The multi-lingual model is fluent in his native French and Dutch (Flemish); he is also fluent in Italian, English and Chinese (four years of study and work in China) and is conversational in German.
Sebrechts received a classical college education in Greek and Latin at Vita et Pax College in Antwerp, Belgium. He was graduated with a Masters degree in Applied Economical Sciences with a major in International Management. He also attended the University of Florence, Italy as an Erasmus exchange student and the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) in Beijing where he completed his studies in Chinese business and Chinese language.