Take Stock: Grace Elizabeth, Leomie Anderson, Amina Adan and more of the models making the biggest moves

Amina Adan: First cover––check. Having your name in bold across Vogue Arabia––check. The Danish, hijabi model is booking by booking adding repute to her name ever since we saw her as an exclusive for Max Mara’s F/W 18 show.


Ikram Abdi Omar: Alongside the aforementioned, Amina Adan as well as Halima Aden––Omar landed her first cover for Vogue Arabia’s April 2019 issue. The British-Muslim model is helping put headscarf’s front and center and pushing the inclusivity conversation forward.

Grace Elizabeth: “Today I am proud to announce I am… (drumroll please) THE NEWEST ANGEL!!!” Grace captioned her Instagram post revealing she’s the latest model out of a string of reveals to be named a Victoria’s Secret Angel. This latest achievement just mounts more evidence that her quick ascent from new face to known name was no mistake, but destiny!


Leomie Anderson: After walking the Victoria’s Secret show 4 times (auditioning for it three times), Anderson scoring coveted Angel status has the 26-year-old British model now batting only in the major league of lingerie.

Solange van Doorn: The Calvin Klein underwear campaigns carry with them a certain profit beyond just a pay check. The buzz being beside models like Anna Ewers and Kendall Jenner is, well, priceless for a girl this new.

Meghan Roche: Meghan is certainly not lacking client work but adding high-profile editorials from Voge Italia and Britsh Vogue to her profile this month is a well-deserved boost in the right direction.

Kim Kardashian West: Okay, she’s not a model per se, but landing a second American Vogue cover means the mother of all influence just got (swallows pride)…more influential.

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