FOR ELIAD COHEN
An athleisure crossover collection created by MASSBRANDED + ELIAD COHEN
for the man on the go. Stand out in style in
these military inspired looks that take
you from day to night.
WORKING OUT WITH
EXCLUSIVE WORKOUT ROUTINES, DIET, TIPS AND MORE!
I want you to feel free to ask me questions and advice about everything and anything.
What to expect from my Profile? Sharing my life and workout routine, this time with no filters, exclusive pics that I’m gonna post only here (not on IG or FB)
Here you can feel free to talk about everything with me, I promise to answer you all!
Don’t be shy ;)
Eliad Cohen (born May 11, 1988) is an Israeli producer, actor, model and entrepreneur.
He became a prominent Israeli gay personality a fter being chosen as the cover model of the Spartacus International Gay Guide for the 2011 2012 issue, which led to various magazine covers around the world.
After completing his military service, Eliad
Cohen began a modelling career, later branching into organizing of events, most notably Arisa
and PAPA series, promotion of Tel Aviv Gay Pride events and various activities in support of gayfriendly Israeli tourism.
Cohen is also founder of PAPA PARTY, that was launched in Tel Aviv in association with Tel Aviv Gay Pride.
This party has become one of the most well respected events and marketing brands in the world.
Worldclass DJs, exceptional performances, surprises throughout the night and an incredible energy have made PAPA famous globally.
PAPA PARTY has become a international brand with presence in more than 30 countries, taking place all over Europe, North and South America and Australia.
Modeling and acting has been a big part of his late career so far. Every year, brands and platforms from al over the world collaborate with the Israeli model to promote and create new products thanks to his large fan base.
His notoriety and digital impact made him become the ambassador of VOTE PROUD, the non-partisan movement to inspire LGTBQ+ community to register and vote to combat voter apathy among all marginalized Americans. This movement is leaded by Elton John, Sharon Stone, Dua Lipa, David Furnish, Billy Porter, Andy Cohen, Laverne Cox, Sean Hayes, Shangela, Lisa Rina and Kevin Huvane.