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The Hot List
How The Hot List works
The Hot List is a curated lineup of the most in-demand newcomers in the business. These are the girls who conquered the runways, snagged spots in the very best campaigns and lookbooks and made editorial waves in top tier magazines - all within a season or two. Consider this the scoreboard for fashion rookies and foreshadowing for the Top 50. These young ladies are the future, the next generation, the first round draft picks of the modeling industry. Before you can make it to the big leagues of the Top 50, you prove your stuff here.
Aamito Lagum
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Aamito Lagum - Ph: Thomas Lohr for Vogue Germany April 2016
Ph: Thomas Lohr for Vogue Germany April 2016
New York:
DNA Models


Paris:
Viva Paris


London:
Viva London


Milan:
Why Not Model Management


Barcelona:
Viva Barcelona


From television sets to top runways, Aamito has been able to spin straw into gold with a dream list of achievements - editorials in LOVE, i-D, W Magazine, British Vogue, and a campaign for Marc Jacobs. This rising star has already worked with some of the best so time will tell who she collabs with next!
Adwoa Aboah
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Adwoa Aboah - Ph: Tim Walker for Vogue Italia December 2015 Cover
Ph: Tim Walker for Vogue Italia December 2015 Cover
New York:
The Lions


Paris:
Oui Management


London:
TESS Management


When she had her fiery halo of curls she stood out from the rest of the crowd, but a big chop last year really made the fashion pack take notice. Since then, the Ghanian Brit has had one hell of a resurgence with the cover of Vogue Italia, a Calvin Klein campaign, editorial appearances for Vogue Germany and Teen Vogue, and coveted show spots for Marc Jacobs and Fendi. All that and she still has time to inspire girls globally through her sisterhood organization Gurls Talk!
Alice Metza
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Alice Metza - Ph: Collier Schorr for Dazed & Confused Winter 2015
Ph: Collier Schorr for Dazed & Confused Winter 2015
New York:
The Society Management


New York:
The Society Management


Paris:
Elite Paris


London:
Elite London


Milan:
Why Not Model Management


Copenhagen:
Elite Copenhagen


Los Angeles:
Two Management


Sydney:
Priscilla's Model Management


Toronto:
Two Management


This Californian dream has made sure that you remember her name with a killer 2015 season. Landing campaigns for Valentino and Coach and editorials in Dazed, Vogue Italia, and I-D, and walking in the top shows from Prada, Miu Miu, Marc Jacobs, to Alexander Wang this wildfire has been lit ablaze!
Amilna Estevao
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Amilna Estevao - Ph: Craig McDean for New York Times Style Fall 2015 Cover
Ph: Craig McDean for New York Times Style Fall 2015 Cover
New York:
The Society Management


Paris:
Elite Paris


London:
Elite London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Amsterdam:
Elite Amsterdam


Barcelona:
Elite Spain


Copenhagen:
Elite Copenhagen


Stockholm:
Elite Stockholm


After a huge debut runway season launched by an Alexander Wang exclusive, Amilna has had editorial appearances in Vogue Paris, W, Love, Dazed & Confused, and i-D along with a Calvin Klein lookbook. This Angolan beauty doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon!
Annika Krijt
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Annika Krijt - Ph: Laurie Bartley for Numero China September 2015 Cover
Ph: Laurie Bartley for Numero China September 2015 Cover
New York:
The Society Management


Paris:
Elite Paris


London:
Elite London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Barcelona:
Elite Spain


Berlin:
Seeds Management GmbH


Copenhagen:
Elite Copenhagen


Hamburg:
Model Management


Munich:
Munich Models


The perfect pout and bowing brows, Annika Krijt’s pronounced features debuted in a closing walk for Balenciaga S/S 15 back when she was extra fresh. Now a recent Chloé fixture and no longer the runway newbie, she has all the promise for stronger seasons to come.
Caitie Greene
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Caitie Greene - Ph: Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia May 2016
Ph: Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia May 2016
New York:
Next New York


Paris:
Next Paris


London:
Next London


Milan:
Next Milan


Beijing:
Longteng Model Management


Copenhagen:
Le Management


Hamburg:
PMA


Los Angeles:
Next LA


Miami:
Next Miami


A budding star from America’s heartland, St Louis lovely Caitie was shooting with Steven Meisel straight out of the gate. A cover of Italian Vogue and campaign for Prada rounded out the ultimate It Girl trifecta, with impeccable runway showings as well as Zara and Topshop campaigns cementing her status as the newest girl making America great again.
Cara Taylor
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Cara Taylor - Ph: Steven Meisel for Coach S/S 17
Ph: Steven Meisel for Coach S/S 17
New York:
SILENT Models NY


Paris:
Oui Management


London:
The Squad


Milan:
Monster Management


Copenhagen:
Le Management


Hamburg:
MODELWERK


Los Angeles:
Photogenics LA


A bold bob thanks to the team at Alexander Wang kickstarted Cara’s career, and from that day forth this Alabama’s fresh faced, no-nonsense beauty has had clients well and truly hooked. From the Yves Saint Laurent campaign to multiple bookings with Steven Meisel (for Vogue Italia and Coach), Cara can only continue to power on.
Celine Bouly
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Celine Bouly - Ph: Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent Spring 2016
Ph: Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent Spring 2016
New York:
Supreme Management


Paris:
SUPREME MANAGEMENT


London:
Storm Management


Milan:
Women Management Milan


Encompassing both excitement and ennui, Celine’s classic French girl cool resulted in a show season that had her named as one of Fall 2016’s Top Newcomers. That Parisian rock’n’roll nonchalance has since translated into campaigns for Saint Laurent and Chloe, as well as editorial for American Vogue.
Charlee Fraser
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Charlee Fraser - Ph: Juergen Teller F/W 16
Ph: Juergen Teller F/W 16
New York:
IMG


Paris:
IMG Paris


London:
IMG London


Milan:
IMG Milano


Sydney:
IMG Australia


Describing Charlee Fraser as one of a kind is no understatement, especially when you consider her Aboriginal heritage from the Awabakal people, adding her to a sparse (but growing) group of Indigenous Australian models. Since she internationally debuted with a new haircut on Alexander Wang’s FW16 runway, Charlee has been anything but in short supply: Multiple campaigns including Givenchy and Céline alongside editorial appearances in Vogue US, W Magazine, Dazed, Numéro and Document certainly is evidence enough that this rare beauty is all over.
Dilone
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Dilone - Ph: Mario Sorrenti for i-D Magazine Pre Spring 2016
Ph: Mario Sorrenti for i-D Magazine Pre Spring 2016
New York:
DNA Models


Paris:
Viva Paris


London:
Viva London


Milan:
d'management group


Barcelona:
Viva Barcelona


Copenhagen:
2pm Model Management


Native New Yorker Dilone came and continues to conquer, starting off with a buzzy bang making standout runway appearances at shows like Marc Jacobs, Burberry, Fendi and Versace getting casting directors hooked. But it’s Dilone’s utter model moxie that delivered her a top-notch 2016: Campaign bookings for Balmain, Coach and Versace, an i-D cover story and editorials in the Vogue Italia, Vogue Japan, W Magazine.
Ellen Rosa
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Ellen Rosa - Ph: Mario Testino for V Magazine Spring preview 2017
Ph: Mario Testino for V Magazine Spring preview 2017
New York:
DNA Models


Paris:
Viva Paris


London:
Viva London


Barcelona:
Viva Barcelona


São Paulo:
Mega Model Brasil


Oh, what a season can change! After Brazilian stunner Ellen Rosa came off a stint at Sao Paolo Fashion Week, she went into over drive after a killer show season starting at Alexander Wang and ending at Miu Miu with every big name in between. Top editorials soon came after with support from the biggest names in the business: Testino, Demarchelier, McLellan, Vanderperre - everyone has wanted a piece of the green-eyed, pouty wonder.
Faretta
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Faretta - Ph: Steven Meisel for Max Mara S/S 17
Ph: Steven Meisel for Max Mara S/S 17
New York:
The Society Management


Paris:
Elite Paris


London:
Elite London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Barcelona:
Elite Spain


Copenhagen:
Elite Copenhagen


This Croatian vision and her steely gaze only need one name to go by...and it’s Faretta. After her first strong showing during fashion week walking for shows like Alexander Wang, Prada, Céline, and Chanel she followed up strong with ads for Miu Miu, Givenchy and Max Mara and editorial appearance in Vogue Italia, Vogue Paris, Garage, and a Vogue Japan cover.
Frances Coombe
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Frances Coombe - Ph: Emma Summerton for Paul & Joe S/S 16
Ph: Emma Summerton for Paul & Joe S/S 16
New York:
Muse Management


Paris:
Premium Models


Milan:
Why Not Model Management


Hamburg:
M4 Models


Frances Coombe is a slow burn blonde who has been steadily creeping her way through the industry echelons. Of late, it’s been by way of some choice editorials, Vogue Japan, i-D, British Vogue, Harper’s UK, to name a few.
Grace Bol
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Grace Bol - Ph: Nicolas Kantor for Ann Taylor Spring 2016
Ph: Nicolas Kantor for Ann Taylor Spring 2016
New York:
The Lions


Paris:
Oui Management


Milan:
Why Not Model Management


Hamburg:
Core Artist Management


It’s been a long time coming for South Sudanese stunner Grace Bol, but she definitely caught her stride this year. Back to back Marc Jacobs campaigns, editorials in top books like Vogue, Love, W, and L’Officiel with an added killer runway season make a coveted hot list spot a no-brainer.
Grace Elizabeth
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Grace Elizabeth - Ph: Claudia Knoepfel for Vogue Paris
Ph: Claudia Knoepfel for Vogue Paris
New York:
Next New York


Paris:
Next Paris


London:
Next London


Milan:
Next Milan


Stockholm:
MIKAs


There’s no substitute for the real deal. Enter outright gorgeous Grace whose American, girl-next-door appeal has made fans of just the kind of well-heeled showrunners to put stock in a total package, like Victoria Secret who had the rookie open Pink Nation for their 2016 fashion show in Paris, following a solid S/S 17 show season: Topshop, Alberto Ferretti, Phillip Plein, Moschino, Bottega Venetta, Dolce & Gabbana and Giambattista. Now she faces Carolina Herrera’s S/S 2017 campaign lensed by Testino and her editorials read one Vogue after another–starting with US, but appearances in magazines like 10 and Love show she’s not all gloss.
Hari Nef
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Hari Nef - Ph: Bjarne Jonasson for Elle UK
Ph: Bjarne Jonasson for Elle UK
New York:
IMG


London:
IMG London


Hari Nef is no stranger to changing the world. The outspoken trans-activist, actress, and model has upheld a stellar record of bookings and inspired the masses with her quick witted charm since she came onto the fashion scene in 2014. This year alone she’s landed top editorial showings in Vogue, Dazed, CR Fashion Book, and i-D while landing covers for Candy, Interview, Flair, Wonderland and Elle UK and campaigns for mega high street brand, H&M.
He Cong
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He Cong - Ph: Yu Cong for Elle China January 2017
Ph: Yu Cong for Elle China January 2017
New York:
IMG


Paris:
IMG Paris


London:
IMG London


Milan:
IMG Milano


Sydney:
IMG Australia


With a back-to-back campaign spot for Dolce & Gabbana, Marni ad, monster runway show list, and look book bookings for Chloe and feel-good brand Benetton it’s clear He Cong has charmed the industry with her elfin looks, delicate poise, and strong strut.
Heather Kemesky
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Heather Kemesky - Ph: Nick Hudson for Russh Summer 2015
Ph: Nick Hudson for Russh Summer 2015
New York:
DNA Models


Paris:
Viva Paris


London:
Viva London


Milan:
Why Not Model Management


Los Angeles:
VISION Los Angeles


Every once in a while a girl comes along that's inevitable; one with a look and personality so cool that she inspires industry figures that have seen more than their fair share of faces. While Cass Bird has been a supporter and friend for a while now; Heather's star appearance at the Louis Vuitton resort show and in the lookbook by Juergen Teller, pegs her as one of 2015's most interesting faces to watch.
Isabella Emmack
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Isabella Emmack - Ph: Giampaolo Sgura for Saks Spring 2016
Ph: Giampaolo Sgura for Saks Spring 2016
New York:
DNA Models


Paris:
Viva Paris


London:
Viva London


Milan:
Why Not Model Management


Barcelona:
Viva Barcelona


As an Alexander Wang favorite, Isabella Emmack’s Wang/Balenciaga exclusives manifested into an Alexander Wang F/W 15 campaign in the company of other must-have models. Maybe it’s just her darkly intense yet femme features, but raking in editorials for American Vogue, Vogue Italia and i-D doesn’t hurt either.
Jamilla Hoogenboom
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Jamilla Hoogenboom - Ph: Juergen Teller for Celine F/W 15
Ph: Juergen Teller for Celine F/W 15
New York:
Women Management


Paris:
Women Management Paris


London:
Premier Model Management


Milan:
Women Management Milan


Barcelona:
Uno Models


Brussels:
IMM Bruxelles


Copenhagen:
Scoop Models


Hamburg:
MODELWERK


Munich:
Munich Models


Long-limbed and finely featured, Jamilla Hoogenboom is a blueprint of Dutch pedigree. Post cozying up to Céline and Alexander McQueen to a breakout S/S 16 season, she's situated to stay long in demand, on the runway–and off.
Julia van Os
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Julia van Os - Ph: Mario Sorrenti for Calvin Klein F/W 15
Ph: Mario Sorrenti for Calvin Klein F/W 15
New York:
Women Management


Paris:
Women Management Paris


Milan:
Women Management Milan


This heavenly Dutch beauty has an all-purpose allure that, in a short time, gained her some serious runway miles. Vogue Paris, British Vogue and Vogue Japan all have shot her while McQueen, Moncler and Calvin Klein Fall 2105 campaigns adds clout to her demand.
Katie Moore
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Katie Moore - Ph: Josh Olins for Allure August 2016
Ph: Josh Olins for Allure August 2016
New York:
Marilyn Agency


Paris:
MP Paris


London:
Elite London


Los Angeles:
Photogenics LA


Texan Katherine Moore is more than just a bold haircut as the model muse has made a big impact since her big chop and debut opening Alexander Wang F/W16 show. Ads for MSGM, Barbara Bui, and Self-Portrait and showings in Vogue, W, V Magazine, Allure, Interview, and i-D have certainly pushed her into the spotlight and the hot list radar.
Kris Gottschalk
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Kris Gottschalk - Ph: Nagi Sakai for models.com
Ph: Nagi Sakai for models.com
New York:
Elite New York City


Paris:
Premium Models


London:
Premier Model Management


Milan:
Monster Management


Barcelona:
View Management


Berlin:
Iconic Management


Brussels:
IMM Bruxelles


Copenhagen:
Scoop Models


Los Angeles:
Photogenics LA


It’s been a steady rise for Kris G since her debut early last year. An exclusive walk for Givenchy’s S/S16 show in New York and appearance in the ad campaign lead to an impressive F/W 2016 runway season walking for Dolce & Gabbana, Carven, Peter Pilotto & Prabal Gurung. Since then the ice blonde, buzzcut beauty has appeared on the pages of Dazed, W, Numéro CR Fashion Book, and Vogue Germany and in campaigns for Diesel and Y-3.
Leila Goldkuhl
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Leila Goldkuhl - Ph: Steven Meisel for Zara Spring 2017
Ph: Steven Meisel for Zara Spring 2017
New York:
Next New York


Paris:
Next Paris


London:
Next London


Milan:
Next Milan


Hamburg:
M4 Models


Los Angeles:
Next LA


It started slowly for Leila, but backing from Riccardo Tisci himself — as well as campaigns for Dolce & Gabbana, Costume National, and Just Cavalli in addition to Givenchy, and editorial in W Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar US, and Vogue Germany — has solidified the notion that this former reality television contestant is on her way to becoming a true top model.
Liene Podina
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Liene Podina - Ph: Dan Giuliani for Muse Magazine
Ph: Dan Giuliani for Muse Magazine
New York:
Fusion Models


Paris:
MP Paris


London:
Models 1


Milan:
MP Management


Copenhagen:
Scoop Models


Hamburg:
Core Artist Management


Surefire success has been a slow burn for Liene, with her initial introduction onto the fashion scene back in 2013. But everything seems to have fallen into place during the Fall/Winter 2016 season, when this Latvian with the serious face lit up by pale blue eyes was embraced by the team at Vetements and Balenciaga. Since then it has been editorial for the Russian and Paris editions of Vogue, a campaign and lookbook for Prabul Gurung, and continued bookings with Demna Gvasalia.
Lili Sumner
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Lili Sumner - Ph: Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent Spring 2016
Ph: Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent Spring 2016
New York:
Next New York


Paris:
Next Paris


London:
Next London


Milan:
Next Milan


Stockholm:
MIKAs


Sydney:
Chic Management


Tokyo:
Bon Image Corp.


From niche to next-level, the unforgettable and transformative Lili Sumner has come a long way from her not-so-humble Saint Laurent exclusive beginnings. Once she was deemed in-demand, her cool-crowd standing boomed into full-on it girl. 2016 saw Lili in the YSL Los Angeles and Marc Jacobs campaigns, plus editorials in Vogue Paris, Vogue Germany, Document, Love and Garage. Closing out Saint Laurent’s F/W 16 show before the house’s shakeup was a fitting bow to her model origins. Based on these bookings, it’s unlikely her fashionable unfolding is near its finale.
Lily Stewart
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Lily Stewart - Ph: Karim Sadli for i-D magazine Spring 2016
Ph: Karim Sadli for i-D magazine Spring 2016
New York:
The Lions


Paris:
Oui Management


London:
Premier Model Management


Milan:
Monster Management


Lily Stewart hasn’t let fashion’s topmost tiers out of her sights since her Vogue Italia cover breakaway in 2015. This year, she’s given substance to her beginner’s buzz appearing in a raft of commendable editorials: British Vogue, i-D, Vogue China and Vogue Japan. What’s more, the stormy brunette has kept her runway routine in tip top shape walking for the likes of Gucci, Dior, Louis Vuitton Cruise and Coach. This type of perfect pacing definitely has her going the distance.
Line Brems
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Line Brems - ph: Juergen Teller for Louis Vuitton
ph: Juergen Teller for Louis Vuitton
New York:
SILENT Models NY


Paris:
Oui Management


London:
Models 1


Milan:
Women Management Milan


Barcelona:
Sight Management Studio


Brussels:
Dominique Models


Copenhagen:
Le Management


Hamburg:
MODELWERK


Los Angeles:
Photogenics LA


Line Brem's angular face and extraordinary bold brows have put her in demand–runway and beyond, checking off her fair share of top shows from Louis Vuitton to Fendi. Her print street cred isn’t shaping up to be bad either landing a spot in Hilfiger Denim S/S 2015 campaign, multiple lookbooks for Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Missoni and stories in Vogue Italia
Londone Myers
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Londone Myers - Ph: Jason Kibbler for Allure Sept 2016
Ph: Jason Kibbler for Allure Sept 2016
New York:
MSA MODELS


New York:
The Lions


Paris:
Oui Management


London:
Premier Model Management


Milan:
Monster Management


Debuting in the Yeezy and Saint Laurent S/S 16 shows just a few weeks after receiving catwalk training, Londone’s momentum shows no sign of slowing. The gamine beauty from America’s Deep South has gone on to book the Prada and GAP F/W 16 campaigns, and shoot for Allure with Jason Kibbler, Elle US with Yelena Yemchuk, and Love with Willy Vanderperre.
Lorena Maraschi
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Lorena Maraschi - Ph: David Sims for Valentino S/S 17
Ph: David Sims for Valentino S/S 17
New York:
Next New York


Paris:
Next Paris


London:
Next London


Milan:
Next Milan


Barcelona:
Sight Management Studio


Hamburg:
MODELWERK


Yet another new face to breakthrough with the omnipotent booking that is the Prada exclusive, Lorena has only gathered momentum since that Pre-Fall ’16 runway appearance. With a soulfulness that sings in front of the lens, Lorena’s two Prada campaigns were backed by an impressive editorial output, working with the likes of Craig McDean, Pierre Debusschere, Alasdair McLellan and Sofia & Mauro.
Lou Schoof
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Lou Schoof - Ph: Alasdair McClellan for Margaret Howell F/W 15
Ph: Alasdair McClellan for Margaret Howell F/W 15
New York:
New York Model Management


London:
Models 1


Milan:
d'management group


Barcelona:
Sight Management Studio


It may be her silent movie era, flapper-esque flair, or just her flawless features, but Lou School is certainly a girl gaining momentum. From advertising for Blumarine S/S 16 (by Inez & Vinoodh) and Oral Kiely (by Yelena Yemchuk) to editorial in British, Japanese and Ukrainian editions of Vogue, Lou’s blunt bobbed minimalist chic is having a sharp impact.
Luisana Gonzalez
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Luisana Gonzalez - Ph: Patrick Demarchelier for Vera Wang S/S 17
Ph: Patrick Demarchelier for Vera Wang S/S 17
New York:
Ford Models


Paris:
Elite Paris


London:
Elite London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Amsterdam:
Elite Amsterdam


Barcelona:
Elite Spain


Copenhagen:
Elite Copenhagen


The Louis Vuitton S/S 16 show was the fashion world’s introduction to this darling from the DR. With her cloud of curls and look which easily oscillates between hard and soft, Luisana has managed to find fans amongst Karim Sadli, Zara, and Vera Wang.
Luna Bijl
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Luna Bijl - Ph: David Sims for Vogue Paris October 2016
Ph: David Sims for Vogue Paris October 2016
New York:
DNA Models


Paris:
Oui Management


London:
Premier Model Management


Milan:
Monster Management


Copenhagen:
Le Management


Hamburg:
Model Management


If you are the company you keep then Luna Bijl’s red-hotness is inarguably well-founded. Two Vogue Paris covers by David Sims–a period could go there, but Sim also photographed the motocrossing, kickboxing model for the cover of Self-Service. Besides being a Sims’ favorite, Bijl landed campaigns for Emporio Armani, Chloe, Mango and Zara and appeared on the choicest S/S 2017 catwalks like Alexander Wang, Fendi, Moschino, Lanvin, Balmain, Chanel, Miu Miu and Louis Vuittion.
Mali Koopman
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Mali Koopman - Ph: David Sims for Valentino S/S 17
Ph: David Sims for Valentino S/S 17
New York:
Women Management


Paris:
Women Management Paris


London:
Premier Model Management


Sydney:
Chic Management


Mali’s easy, breezy elegance began making waves at the F/W 16 shows, culminating with her being named one of the season’s Top Newcomers. With her serene beauty and carefree coolness, this understated siren from Down Under continues to appeal to both the establishment and the cutting edge. Campaigns for Valentino, Marni, and Sies Marjan, as well as look books for Narciso Rodriguez, DKNY, and Nina Ricci are testament to Mali’s magic.
Marland Backus
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Marland Backus - Ph: Juergen Teller for Celine Winter 2015
Ph: Juergen Teller for Celine Winter 2015
New York:
New York Model Management


Paris:
SUPREME MANAGEMENT


London:
Elite London


Milan:
Women Management Milan


Los Angeles:
LA Models


After bursting onto the scene with a stellar runway season for Fall 2015, Marland has shown outstanding growth with editorial appearances in Vogue Italia, Interview, and British Vogue along with Jil Sander & Celine campaigns. Photographers like Paolo Roversi and Roe Ethridge are taking note of the Brooklyn native's youthful, androgynous looks.
Odette Pavlova
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Odette Pavlova - Ph: Lachlan Bailey for Public School S/S 16
Ph: Lachlan Bailey for Public School S/S 16
New York:
Next New York


Paris:
Next Paris


London:
Next London


Milan:
Next Milan


Barcelona:
Uno Models


Hamburg:
Mega Model Agency


Though Odette Pavlova may resemble her twin sister Lia, there’s nothing less than distinctive about her own career. With a jam packed F/W 16 show season (62 shows in total), editorials in i-D, Numéro, Self Service and Vogue Italia and coveted Public School and Emilio Pucci spring campaigns, business is definitely booming.
Peyton Knight
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Peyton Knight - Ph: Ari Marcopoulos for Gucci Pre Fall 2016
Ph: Ari Marcopoulos for Gucci Pre Fall 2016
New York:
IMG


Paris:
IMG Paris


London:
IMG London


Milan:
IMG Milano


Barcelona:
Traffic Models


Stockholm:
Stockholmsgruppen


Tokyo:
Bravo Models


A bowl cut kick that started a career. Peyton Knight debuted as an exclusive for Wang's S/S 16 Show, but proved she was more than just quirky hair, steadily commanding attention from different brands leading to a Gucci campaign. In-crowd magazines like i-D and Dazed seem to think she's pretty great, too.
Pooja Mor
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Pooja Mor - Ph: Txema Yeste for Numero China April 2016 Cover
Ph: Txema Yeste for Numero China April 2016 Cover
New York:
Elite New York City


Paris:
Premium Models


London:
Wilhelmina London


Since her first appearance at Louis Vuitton’s Palm Springs cruise collection, this Indian darling has dominated with a clean sweep of bookings for the who’s who in fashion. i-D, Vogue, V, Dazed - you name it she’s been captured on their pages. A coveted landing for Tory Burch and Vogue Italia/Numero China covers takes her to a new level of hotness!
Sarah Abney
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Sarah Abney - Ph: Sofia and Mauro for Numero
Ph: Sofia and Mauro for Numero
New York:
Muse Management


London:
The Squad


Milan:
Monster Management


Copenhagen:
Scoop Models


With her quirky, alien-like features, blunt bangs, and luminously pale skin Sarah Abney has transfixed the industry with her ethereal presence in the latest Marc Jacobs campaign and roles in Vogue Italia, Numéro, Interview and W. Shows like Maison Margiela, Rick Owens, and of course Marc Jacobs have called upon the sublime muse and her lithe frame to grace their catwalks in their eccentric designs.
Selena Forrest
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Selena Forrest - Ph: Daniel Jackson for i-D Summer 2016
Ph: Daniel Jackson for i-D Summer 2016
New York:
Next New York


Paris:
Next Paris


London:
Next London


Milan:
Next Milan


Los Angeles:
Next LA


Miami:
Next Miami


This Californian dream has been on a whirlwind journey since her debut opening slot walking for Proenza Schouler. This year she’s locked down back to back ads for the brand along with DKNY, covers for i-D & The New York Times Style, and not to forget editorial spots in Vogue Italia and Dazed. The runway favorite is turning the heat up on the competition one cool glance at a time!
Sora Choi
profile
Sora Choi - Ph: Bruce Weber for Louis Vuitton F/W 16
Ph: Bruce Weber for Louis Vuitton F/W 16
New York:
Wilhelmina New York


Paris:
Marilyn Agency


London:
Wilhelmina London


Whether it’s in campaigns (Marc Jacobs, Coach, Dolce & Gabbana), editorial (Pop, Vogue Germany, Self Service) or on the runway (there’s barely a major catwalk she hasn’t been on), the industry seems to be falling hard for the eccentric charm of Sora Choi. Her delightfully diverse look coupled with strong personal style and a genuine free-spiritedness has seen this kooky Korean booked by the likes of Steven Meisel, Juergen Teller, Mario Sorrenti, and David Sims — to mention but a few.
Steffy Argelich
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Steffy Argelich - Ph: Quentin de Briey
Ph: Quentin de Briey
New York:
IMG


Paris:
IMG Paris


London:
IMG London


Milan:
IMG Milano


Barcelona:
Uno Models


Los Angeles:
Photogenics LA


Stockholm:
Stockholmsgruppen


Effortlessly chic, endless coolness comes so easily to this babe from Barcelona. With solo shoots out in British Vogue and Vogue Italia, Steffy is editorially on point, and with campaigns for Costume National (with Glen Luchford) and Club Monaco (with Lachlan Bailey), this girl is on fire - officially!
Veronika Vilim
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Veronika Vilim - Ph: David Sims for Marc Jacobs S/S 16
Ph: David Sims for Marc Jacobs S/S 16
New York:
Wilhelmina New York


Paris:
SUPREME MANAGEMENT


London:
Elite London


Stockholm:
Stockholmsgruppen


Veronika Vilim graduated from an edgy Saint Laurent rookie and into the popular vote, steadily offering her fringe appeal to the masses. The proof is a S/S 16 Marc Jacobs campaign and checklist of advantageous F/W 16 shows like Alexander Wang, Jeremy Scott and Marc Jacobs.
Willow Hand
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Willow Hand - Ph: Steven Meisel for Pada
Ph: Steven Meisel for Pada
New York:
The Lions


Paris:
Oui Management


London:
Premier Model Management


Milan:
Monster Management


Mere months ago, newcomer Willow had never shot with Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia, had no opening slot for the latest Prada show or a campaign to boot, and never walked for Louis Vuitton's memorable show at the Bob Hope estate. Oh how much can change in a short amount of time and Willow proves she's here to blow the competition away.
Yasmin Wijnaldum
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Yasmin Wijnaldum - Ph: Steven Meisel for Prada S/S 16
Ph: Steven Meisel for Prada S/S 16
New York:
The Society Management


Paris:
Elite Paris


London:
Elite London


Milan:
Elite Milan


Amsterdam:
Elite Amsterdam


Barcelona:
Elite Spain


Berlin:
Seeds Management GmbH


Copenhagen:
Elite Copenhagen


Munich:
Munich Models


It was a dream debut walking exclusively for Prada that skyrocketed this Dutch stunner into full-force sensation. Since then, Yasmin has graced most of the major runways in the business - Versace, Fendi, Marc Jacobs, Chanel, Alexander Wang, and or course, Prada just to name a few. If that stacked roster wasn’t enough to convince you then a debut advertisement campaign for the brand that started it all, Prada, shot by master photog, Steven Meisel absolutely must!