Take Stock: Stephanie Seymour, Lina Zhang and more of the models making the biggest moves

Cara Delevingne: These days, Delevingne is more often seen sitting in the FROW, celebrity status, than actually walking. So, a rare appearance on Prada‘s F/W runway, her first ever for the brand, caused some commotion. Hard to believe right?


Stephanie Seymour: If anyone can casually get Stephanie Seymour to close their show, it’s Donatella Versace. The legendary model goes way back with the Italian luxury brand, facing iconic campaigns and strutting their catwalks in the 90s, but it’s been some 20-years since she brought her supermodeldom to the Versace stage, until F/W 19.

Vilma Sjöberg: Making your exclusive come-up at a Saint Laurent is definitely something, but styled, sunglasses and all, as a Betty Catroux Doppelgänger gave the swedish model instant engagement.


Krow Kian: A quartet of elite shows this season equaled a notable peak in interest for the new Dazed cover star, Krow Kian. First, in New York with Proenza Schouler then onto Paris for Haider Ackermann, Alexander McQueen and a closing spot at Louis Vuitton.

Lina Zhang: Lina took the Fall Winter circuit to come back and bag bookings like nobodies business, opening Stella McCartney and Balenciaga tied her 2019 runway rally together.

Giselle Norman and Sarah Dahl: Speaking of big moves, Giselle and Sarah have been physically busy moving down runways in the multiples––tallying 38 shows each, by our count, putting them at the front of F/W 19 when it comes down to most shows walked.

Habsa Abdulkadir: Habsa was plucked from obscurity a mere five days ago out of Denmark ago and suddenly found herself doing model things, like walking her first show ever, Miu Miu, to boot.

Updated: It was incorrectly written that Vilma Sjöberg had walked Celine, when, in fact, she had an exclusive for Saint Laurent.

2 Comments
  1. My favorite faces of this season, the beautiful and splendid Christelle Saint Louis Augustin: Tommy Hilfiger, the fantastic and singular Pat Cleveland: Laura Biagiotti, and the interesting Iris Palmer: Lemaire.

  2. Shalom Harlow stands out in Versace, far superior to the rest: Opened/Closed.

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