Translation:The good-looking model speaks Swedish.
-e can sometimes be used for adjectives describing masculinities. It's a bit rare, but you might see it here and there. It is used.
You can always use -a for anyone, though, and I'd recommend learners to stick to that.
Many hundred years ago, when Swedish had not yet merged feminine and masculine gender into one (en-words), -e was used for masculine ones. That's where it comes from and it's a remnant of those times.
Why cute? http://folkets-lexikon.csc.kth.se/folkets/#lookupsnygg0 says: pretty, handsome, good-looking, beautifull neat, tidy; fine, nice