10 Models Who Caught Our Eye This Year


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From T regulars to attention newcomers, here are some of a favorite faces of 2017.

CreditPhotograph by Mark Kean. Styled by Elodie David-Touboul

Fernanda Oliveira

We initial met a Brazilian-born and Switzerland-bred Oliveira in February, when she was named one of a models to watch during a fall/winter 2017 shows. (She told T that she likes to spend her time backstage “making everybody laugh,” instead of being “on another world with headphones in, so we always speak and get to know people.”) In August, Oliveira acted for her initial T shoot, an editorial that dissected a contemporary punk trend.

See more: The New Punk Look: Lacy and Colorful

CreditPhotograph by Dario Catellani. Styled by Jason Rider

Karly Loyce

Since debuting during Céline’s fall/winter 2015 uncover — and eventually apropos a face of a code — a Martinique-raised Loyce has walked a runway for all of a important conform houses. And in February, she attempted out a array of relaxed, neutral-hued outfits (with minimal makeup) for T.

See more: This Season, Fashion Goes Neutral

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Natalie Westling

The Arizona local needs no introduction to unchanging T readers; she done the 2015 iteration of this list. For a open Design issue, Westling common a support with an doubtful theme — selected mud bikes — and wore a mash-up of colourful sporting clothes.

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CreditPhotograph by Brett Lloyd. Styled by Jason Rider

Christopher Einla

He was already a Louis Vuitton favorite by a time he done a register of male models to watch in January. (Fun Einla fact: In a analogous interview, he told T, “If we weren’t modeling, we would be a inlet photographer or find my place in a cinema attention behind a scenes.”) In March, he starred in his possess T spread, blending and relating stripes.

See more: Spring Men’s Trend: Stripes on Stripes

CreditPhotograph by Collier Schorr. Styled by Max Pearmain

Vittoria Ceretti

The immature Italian indication has been everywhere this year from Zara demeanour books to Saint Laurent’s spring/summer 2018 runway underneath a Eiffel Tower. She was also in a pages of T — as, in a twist, a blonde — clad in not-too-sweet housedresses and cardigans.

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Eli Epperson

The Kentucky-born and Brooklyn-based Epperson fast fell in with Raf Simons, walking a runway for his men’s wear line in Feb and afterwards as a Calvin Klein disdainful for a designer’s entrance show. He had identical success with T, posing for a contingent of trend-focused conform editorials: bright hosiery and plimsoll sneakers, simple tank tops and tailored plaid pants.

See more: Not Your Grandfather’s Plaid Pants

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Julia Nobis

The Australian med propagandize tyro has dominated a 2010s given her initial conform week deteriorate scarcely 8 years ago. She and Freja Beha Erichsen lonesome T’s tumble Women’s Fashion issue, dressed in pointy men’s wear shapes practiced to fit a womanlike form.

See more: Cover Story: A Gentlewomen’s Agreement

CreditPhotograph by Patrick Demarchelier. Styled by Marie-Amélie Sauvé

Sora Choi

Choi is a modeling-industry force: She initial strike a handful of conform week shows in 2013; this past deteriorate she walked 25 runways — and that includes exclusives during Tommy Hilfiger in London and Louis Vuitton in Paris. To turn out a clever year, she acted in frail shirting and men’s character suiting for T’s tumble Women’s Fashion issue.

See more: Cover Story: A Gentlewomen’s Agreement

CreditPhotograph by Karim Sadli. Styled by Max Pearmain

Diacaria Kreminta

When we met a Paris-based tyro in Jun for a anniversary male-models-to-watch list, he had usually seemed on a singular runway (Kenzo fall/winter 2017). But during a spring/summer 2018 men’s wear shows, he requisitioned Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton and Dior Homme, among others, and followed adult with a T editorial. Not bad for a newbie.

See more: State of Play: Suiting Meets Sportswear

CreditPhotograph by Collier Schorr. Styled by Suzanne Koller

Amandine Renard

The versatile Belgian has bewitched both Demna Gvasalia and Miuccia Prada (and a accumulation of conform designers in between) given she debuted in Acne Studios’ 2017 review show. And for T’s tumble Women’s Fashion issue, Renard demonstrated a new approach to wear a season’s best black celebration dresses.

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