For Him Magazine

Jordan Michelle – Handle with care!

Jordan Michelle is a model and recording artist. After choosing to follow her passion to LA after deferring law school in New York, she has never looked back.

Were you excited to shoot for FHM?

Yes! When I shot for FHM US it was one of my favorite features and interviews I’ve ever done, so I was really excited to be with the FHM family again

Tell us something surprising about you?

I’m SO sensitive! I come across really tough and steadfast, which I can be, but I am incredibly sensitive! Handle me with care.

Describe yourself in one sentence.

I live to work, I love to explore and travel, my friends and family are my life, and I also like martinis.

What are some of your hobbies?

I’m grateful that two of my biggest hobbies, music and modeling, have become my job. I love creating whether its photos, music, ideas, plans, anything! I also love to workout, staying active is my medicine and my therapy.

What Is your biggest turn on?

A guy who has his shit together (or is at least on a path to getting it together) who is not full of himself.

What turns you off the most?

A guy who is full of himself (and complacent, or spoiled).

Describe to us your perfect date.

I’m a total sucker for romance. I don’t have a specific perfect date but I love dinner and/or drinks with a beautiful scene whether it’s a beach sunset, a beautiful winery, I just really like romantic moments.

What would you consider to be your biggest challenge as a model so far?

When I first started modeling it was before social media really blew up in the way it has, so industry standards were truly in place. Modeling meant being a certain height with certain measurements etc. Being only 5’7’’ and thin, but with curves and muscles, booking jobs was definitely more of a challenge.

Any last words you would like to share with the readers?

If you’re going to do something tonight that you will be sorry for in the morning, sleep late. Follow me on Instagram for more wise words @IAmJordanMichelle



Photography: Diane Brassecasse

PR: MUSE Publishing