Watch out Gigi, Bella, Kaia, and Kendall: there's a new crop of up-and-coming models on the scene.
Here, we select the seven models that caught our eye this season, from the all-American Rebecca Leigh Longendyke to the baby-faced Youn Bomi. Maybe you saw them on the runways of Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Dior, and Chanel? Regardless, click through to meet that talents you'll want to know—now!
Giselle Norman first made waves in February, when she opened the show at J.W.Anderson. The model, best known for having two symmetrical beauty marks on each cheek, followed up that exclusive with plenty of high profile runways for Spring/Summer 2019, including Dior, Saint Laurent, Chloé, Sacai, and many more.
Here she is, embodying the futuristic vibe at Louis Vuitton.
In neon at Stella McCartney.
Strolling on the beach at Chanel.
Mixing patterns at Paco Rabanne.
Louise Roberts hails from Belgium, but is on the cusp of becoming a global sensation. You saw her strolling the runway for Giambattista Valli, Valentino, Dior, Elie Saab, Sonia Rykiel, Prada, Max Mara, Tom Ford, Victoria Beckham.
Here, she embodies the soft femininity at Chloé.
Sleek and chic in Tom Ford.
A double braid moment at Alexander McQueen.
Rocking leopard—while walking on water—at Saint Laurent.
This Colombian-born beauty still feels like an undiscovered talent, considering at press time she has just over 2,000 Instagram followers. She even posed with Gigi Hadid for an undeniably earnest snap.
But still, Montero was booked for the season's biggest shows, including Prada, Balenciaga, Sacai, Simone Rocha, and J.W.Anderson. Here, she goes incognito for Max Mara.
On the flaming runway for Balenciaga.
In a now-signature Prada headband.
And in a cozy Loewe knit.
Zoe Thaets originally emerged as a Miu Miu girl, when she appeared in the brand's campaign alongside Elle Fanning, Rowan Blanchard, Adwoa Aboah, and Georgia May Jagger, among others. This season she proved her versatility, rocking streetwear at Off-White and ballet-approved frocks at Dior.
Here, she pulls off a bold blazer at Off-White.
In easy, breezy summer gear à la Jacquemus.
Even more summer wear—this time from Michael Kors.
An elegant, balletic vibe at Dior.
Sara Soric was one of the 9 models who chopped and dyed her hair for Marc Jacobs' Fall/Winter 2018 show—and the new 'do became the model's new signature. While she might have returned to her natural colour, her bob is now unmistakable. Just look at how it made her a standout at Missoni.
She's even remarkable with her hair swept aside, like at Victoria Beckham.
But Soric's bob also works with Italian glam at Versace.
This blonde hair blue-eyed beauty embodies classic American glamour—which has clearly left an impact on designers and casting agents alike. Longendyke easily transformed herself from show-to-show this season, with glowy beauty at Altuzarra (seen here) to '80s glamazon at Moschino.
She dons colorful resortwear from Altzuarra.
Longendyke delivers understated glam at Givenchy.
She can even pull off one of Valentino's oversized, feathered hats.
This baby faced Korean model has been spotted everywhere, from Chloé to Riccardo Tisci's debut at Burberry. It's clear that she's a total runway chameleon who can easily transform into the vision of any designer.
Youn does denim on denim—including her handbag—at Fendi.
In Riccardo Tisci's debut for Burberry, Youn puts a polished foot forward.
Youn also walks proud in Giambattista Valli's cascading ruffles.