Rising Model Talent for New York Fashion Week: The Shows Spring 2020

New York Fashion Week: The Shows (NYFWS) spring 2020 season presents an opportunity for the fashion industry to get a first-hand look at new model talent. It’s no secret that the modeling industry can be very challenging and competitive, but there are those models who manage to rise above the fray and walk for top designers during NYFWS. Here’s a few models that we should be keeping our eye on for the upcoming spring 2020 season.

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Aliet Sarah

Aliet Sarah took Europe by storm last season having walked for designers Alexander McQueen, Miu Miu, and Lacoste. The Sudan-born and Uganda-raised model is signed with Ford Models in New York City, and while she hasn’t taken New York by storm yet, this season could be her chance. With an excellent portfolio that includes walking for top designers and starring in the recent Miu Miu campaign, brands will be swooning over her.

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Aivita Muze

Muze’s star ascended last season when she walked for Marc Jacobs, Chanel, and Rodarte. She’s known for versatile and chameleon type qualities, ranging from haute couture to minimalist brands like 3.1 Phillip Lim. It would be no surprise if Jacobs and Lim used her again this season, because she can sure stomp out a runway.

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Natalia Montero

This Colombian beauty has been setting the runways on fire having walked for 1017 Alyx 9SM, Kenzo, and the CR Runway x LuisaViaRoma 90th Anniversary show. She was joined on the latter runway by heavy hitters including Alek Wek, Bella Hadid and Joan Smalls. If you can join the best of the best that says promising things about your future.

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Chai Maximus

Chai Maximus made her runway debut at the Loewe spring/summer 2019 runway show, and it’s been a non-stop rollercoaster for the Belgian beauty ever since. She had the honor of walking Dior Haute Couture fall 2019, which cemented her status as a runway darling. She’s signed with DNA Models, which is known to have their bevy of models on all the top runways. It’s time for her to make her mark on New York.

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Chun Jin

While Chun Jin is better known for her print work, including campaigns for Reebok x Victoria Beckham and editorials in L’Officiel Malaysia, she has walked the runway for Acne Studios and Fendi Haute Couture. With so many opportunities to walk in NYFWS runways from emerging designers to more household name brands, Jin is sure to be seen everywhere, come September. You better work, cover girl!

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Anok Yai

Anok Yai is becoming one of the most recognizable faces in American fashion, booking editorials for American Vogue regularly. With so many top US fashion elites falling head over heels for her, expect to see her face any and everywhere at NYFWS.

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Bente Oort

Looking at Bente Oort’s impressive resume, one must stop and ask who hasn’t she walked for? The fresh faced, blonde beauty has strutted the runways for Chanel, Givenchy, Versace, and Dior. She is arguably one of the most in-demand runway models in the business, and any designer at NYFWS would be lucky to get their hands on her.

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Efraim Schroder

With a few menswear and unisex designers showing in September at NYFWS, that means we can expect more male models this season, as well. Efraim Schroder is one of the rising stars of Soul Artist Management, and internationally has walked for Prada, MSGM, and Fendi. With his rising success, he is sure to catch plenty of casting director’s attention for spring/summer 2020.

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Cheikh Tall

Another male model to keep your eyes on, Cheikh Tall has become a favorite of high streetwear designers. Tall has recently walked for Off-White, Palm Angels, and Neil Barrett. He knows how to really sell a streetwear garment, and with streetwear still being a ruling force in fashion, Tall will not disappoint!

Kristopher Fraser

 

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