As Fashion Month approaches, we round up the new faces you can expect to see dominating the catwalk this season.
The Seoul-based model made waves in 2017 with numerous appearances across catwalks in London, Paris, Milan and New York, walking for the likes of Fendi, Miu Miu, Acne, Chanel and Louis Vuitton – an impressive roster which has secured her place as one of the most exciting models of the moment.
With over 14,000 Instagram followers, model Flora Carter is already established as an exciting name of the scene. This year saw Carter front the Esprit x Opening Ceremony Collection and shoot campaigns for Topshop, Superdry, ASOS and Levi’s. She also featured in editorials for magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Stylist and Harper’s Bazaar and walked for the likes of Agnès B and Eudon Choi over Fashion Week.
A rising star, Alanna Arrington broke onto the scene via the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show last year and has since booked covers for the likes of Harper’s Bazaar Kazakhstan and campaigns for Stella McCartney. With a hefty Instagram following of 160,000, expect to see much more of Alanna in 2018.
The Dutch redhead walked for Aalto, Ermanno Scervino and Gucci at Paris and Milan last season (wearing one of the most sought-after glitter helmets in the latter), which puts her in an exciting position to nail AW18 shows in February.
Shahira whipped the Internet into a frenzy earlier in the year with her powerful tweet: ‘I ain’t no kendall jenner but I’m a black muslim girl from east london that’s about to finesse the modelling industry.’ Expect to see the East Londoner disrupt the industry over the next few seasons, and read our interview with the model here.
The French beauty was scouted in a mall when she was 16 years old, and two years later she’s shot for Elle and modelled for Céline, Isabel Marant and Area NYC – to name a few.
Sara Grace Wallerstedt
Having graced the cover of Vogue Italia, Texan model Sara Grace Wallerstedt has also starred on the catwalks for Prada and Calvin Klein – an essential name to know in the year ahead.