CAMPAIGN DIARY: The good, the bad and the beautiful ... it’s totty time again

It’s well known that St Valentine’s Day arouses a sense of dread in some people and uncontrollable excitement in others so, mindful that the agency that lays together, stays together, we’ve compiled the essential top totty gallery for your perusal.

It’s well known that St Valentine’s Day arouses a sense of dread in

some people and uncontrollable excitement in others so, mindful that the

agency that lays together, stays together, we’ve compiled the essential

top totty gallery for your perusal.



There’s something for everyone, even those who like a more mature

companion (obviously Campaign prefers these types, rather than the

jumped-up thirtysomething publicity seekers who try to swamp its pages).

There’s a couple of thinking woman’s men, and more than a few for those

with less cerebral instincts.



Of course, it wouldn’t be top totty if there weren’t a few hardy

perennials.



Welcome back to Jake Nava, who prompted more calls to Campaign’s office

than any other beefcake since Brett Gosper in rugby shorts. How could we

forget stunners like Rosie Arnold? Or, new this year, the incredibly

talented director, Gerard de Thame?



If you disagree with the selection, bear in mind that these are the

subjective choices of Campaign reporters, and you all know how biased we

love to be. Enjoy!



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