Meet the Top 10 Show Walkers in Europe


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With the European men’s shows behind us, the biggest presentations of the season had stellar casts from around the world. What names were newly added to the top of the runway rankings? Which veterans solidified their top spots? Scroll through to meet the top 10 show walkers of the season in their runway element and check out a list of their update work.


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With a Valentino campaign and L’Uomo Vogue cover already on the books this month, Malick Bodian was the top showrunner this season walking 22 shows. A standout moment? His bionic Louis Vuitton turn with chrome masks by Isamaya Ffrench.


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Xu Meen was a familiar face at Fendi, Givenchy and Alyx for Fall/Winter ’20, close behind Malick Bodiam with 20 shows. With two closing spots at No.21 and WE11DONE his psychedelic turn for Dries Van Noten made an impact.


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Hot Lister Jeremiah Berko Fourdjour just landed the Louis Vuitton Men S/S 2020 Campaign shot by Viviane Sassen and added to the frey a full runway juncture with 19 shows like Chalayan, Ferragamo, Sacai and this buzzworthy look from Craig Green.


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Skater Alexander Gudmundsson has been primarily focused on runway with three seasons under this belt. This season he made a mark with Jil Sander, Off-White, Valentino and a plush Sacai look that matches his chill vibes.


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What can be said about Top 50 pro Jonas Glöer that hasn’t already been said? While he came in at 16 shows so far this season he solidfied quality over quantity, nabbing top show spots walking for the likes of Hermes, Berluti, Zegna, Prada and Raf Simons.


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With such an unique look, Ottawa Kwami was right at home walking for Rick Owens, Jacquemus, Wales Bonner, and London-based brand Feng Chen Wang.


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Eliot Moles le Bailly has been steady getting traction since his debut in June 2019, adding this turn new-age clients like Ludovic de Saint Sernin, OAMC, Feng Chen Wang, and Amiri.


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A perennial favorite of Raf Simons, Maoro Bultheel conquered high-profile showings like Loewe, Rochas, Stefan Cooke and his first wallk for Prada this season.


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More than adept to the rush that is men’s fashion month, Rishi Robin hit things off in London with Chalayan and Qasimi, before heading to Pitti Uomo in Florence and walking in Zegna then Alexander McQueen and A-Cold-Wall in Paris.


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It’s been Serigne Lam‘s year earnng a well-deserved spot on our Hot List and his showlist maintained the high-level of clients he’s worked with like Balmain, Givenchy, Fendi and the top show of the season Kim Jones’ Dior.

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