Surely we will always have the Kate Mosses, Naomi Campbells, and Gisele Bündchens of the world. They’ve given us some of the most memorable runway walks we secretly try to imitate as well as ad campaigns we save as desktop wallpapers. But with the passing of trends and change of season comes an influx of new faces trying to be the next Kate, Naomi, or Gisele. The question on whether they will succeed in doing so, only time will tell. But for now, here’s a list of newcomers we’re keeping an eye out for as they stomp through this year’s line-up of runway shows. After all, fashion is always about what's new.
Long before her long legs marched down the runways of New York, Paris, and Milan, young Esmeralda recalls having picked up an interest in fashion at a very young age. Somehow, the doe-eyed beauty knew she was bound to end up working in fashion, one way or another.
Imaan officially debuted in spring of 2014 as she opened the show for Givenchy after Riccardo Tisci himself handpicked her. She then caught our eye once more as one of the newcomers the 2014 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.
Gigi is no stranger to the spotlight. The daughter of Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member, Yolanda Foster, was named as one of the 12 rookies in Sports Illustrated’s annual issue. Word on the street is that she also might be cast as the next Victoria’s Secret Angel.
With a cheeky personality to back her charming look, Hollie-May is a tough cookie that exemplifies grace under pressure. Who could forget that time when protestors stormed the runway of Nina Ricci’s show? But as the saying goes, the show did go on as Hollie-May stopped for no one—not even for the two half-naked men trying to take over her walk.
Though modelling was never in her plan, tomboyish Natalie only got herself into it to give in to her mother’s request. Since her debut at New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014, she quickly rose and found herself fronting the campaigns of Saint Laurent and Marc Jacobs.
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