5 Models to Watch in 2018

I love the world’s biggest supermodels, but new faces make the industry go ’round! There are five beauties I have my eyes on in 2018, though that’s only a handful in comparison to how many stomp down the catwalk each season and pose in stunning editorials. But the young women I’m most excited about have already accomplished so much and will absolutely soar in 2018. Here, five models I’m watching in 2018…you should be watching them too!


When Cindy Crawford is your mother, it’s kind of a shoo-in that modeling will be in your DNA. Kaia dominated the Spring 2018 runways—opening shows and becoming the face of brands like OMEGA and Hudson Jeans. I talked to the beauty for Teen Vogue & she was an absolute doll.


Remember the dope ass girl in the Saint Laurent ads with cornrows? Well, that was Hiandra! She has also hit the runway for FENTYxPUMA, Stella McCartney, and Moschino. I’m expecting big things for the Dominican Republic-born beauty next year.


From Hermes to Balenciaga to Marc Jacobs (pictured above), Shanelle has become a runway mainstay. And I expect more high-fashion editorials & campaigns for her in 2018. She also has a vibrant & fun Instagram feed, which you can follow here.


There’s just something about a NYC girl! I’m biased of course, but I love this Brooklyn bombshell who landed a multi-season exclusive with iconic French fashion house, Louis Vuitton. Valentino, Carven, and Miu Miu are also on her list of catwalks. Fashion Month in February should be explosive for Theresa.


At just sixteen, Alyssa signed with IMG models and her career has been on an upward trajectory ever since. McQueen, Erdem x H&M, Dior: the list goes on when it comes to her runway accolades.

Which model are you most excited about following next year?

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