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With a face that makes you want to pinch her cheeks and a pouty gaze that could stop you in your tracks, we understand why the newcomer was scooped up to be in Prada’s latest campaign shot by Steven Meisel.
You’ve undoubtedly seen Ewers in Alexander Wang’s racy promo for his new denim collection, but we’ve had our eyes on her ever since Wang released his salacious S/S 14 campaign featuring models sprawled about in a public bathroom.
Though there’s plenty to be seen of Xue (she walked in almost 20 shows during last Fashion Week, including Louis Vuitton), we instantly became infatuated with her razor-sharp cheekbones, perfect posture, and doe-like persona.
Recall the Nina Ricci runway show where protesters stormed the catwalk? Saker does, because she’s the model that gracefully made her way around the two topless women who were shortly after tackled by security. All drama aside, this British model’s infectious personality, awesome eyebrows, and all-around beauty are sure to keep her around for 2015 and beyond.
With a pout to rival Lindsey Wixson’s and incredibly enviable curly hair, the only thing that can be said about the Dutch model with Moroccan and Egyptian descent is: You’re all set.
Lish’s Vogue Italia 24-page horror movie-inspired spread shot by Steven Meisel grabbed attention around the world, and rightfully so. Slightly reminiscent of Shelly Duvall and a face that’s virtually impossible to forget, we suspect 2015 is going to be a good year for Lish.
Declared a “Dior Darling," this Polish newcomer’s otherworldly features make for the perfect new-girl-on-the-block status.
Scott was featured in Balmain’s F/W ad campaign and in a shocking editorial for Love Magazine. Her striking features and powerful gaze are just two of many reasons we know it’s not the last we’ll be seeing of her.
Hofmann has been a street style photographer favorite for a couple of seasons now, but she’s also racked up quite the roster with the likes of Jalouse, Harper’s Bazaar UK, Vogue Germany, and more.
Aside from her near-perfect haircut, people have been talking about Arganaraz thanks to her solo role in Prada’s F/W campaign shot by Steven Meisel.
Rudnicka’s icey features make her an enticing subject to look at, which explains her recent work for W Magazine, i-D, Numero, and more.
We fell in love with Montana after seeing her spread for Exit Magazine, and have no doubt that her recent work with Givenchy will land her a spot in stardom.
After landing two big campaigns for fall (Alexander Wang and Coach) and opening runway spots for Balenciaga, Alexander Wang, and the first spot at Valentino couture, we’re excited to see what 2015 has in store for Moody.
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