Top Models Who Hit the Runways at NYFW

 In Fashion, Influencers

NYFW 2017 – Along with fashion’s “It” girls du jour, youthful celeb offspring like Kaia Gerber, Sofia Richie and Mason Grammer have also been making names for themselves within the designer shows that kicked off Thursday. The outcome? A week filled with surprise appearances and welcomed new faces. These were the top 5 models making astonishing impressions this week. 

TOP 5 Models NYFW

  1. Mason Grammer

A rising model with well-known mother and father: 15-year-old Mason Grammer is the daughter of actor Kelsey Grammer and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer. Her exhibiting at this week’s Malan Breton show marked her sixth fashion week appearance, with more certainly to come.

  1. Sofia Richie

The daughter of Lionel Richie, Sofia shot to fame after her brief stint relationship Justin Bieber. However modeling first put Richie on the map, and it’s her career on the runway that’s continued to maintain the 19-yr-old’s fame, with followers spotting her walking for Jeremy Scott this week.

  1. Duckie Thot

The Sudanese-American model has been an advocate for dark-skinned women across the industry, looking beautiful in Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty marketing campaign advert and appearing within the first all-black Pirelli Calendar this summer season earlier than walking the Jeremy Scott runway this week.

  1. Joan Smalls

The Puerto Rican celebrity continues to position amongst trend’s most well-known young stars alongside the Hadids and Jenners, with a busy fashion week slate that has up to now included Alexander Wang, Tom Ford, Brandon Maxwell and Jeremy Scott.

  1. Kaia Gerber

Few models have had a breakout week like Gerber, the sixteen-yr-old daughter of Cindy Crawford who made her runway debut at Calvin Klein. Since then, she’s additionally been seen at Alexander Wang and Fenty x Puma, showing off a ‘90s supermodel walk that’s all-too-reminiscent of her mother.

More on the NYFW 2017 to come, so stay tuned for more information, pics, interviews and commentaries!

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