The 11 Standout Models of Spring-Summer 2023

This season’s runways seem to be filled with Cinderella stories: A woman scouted on the streets of Missouri as a teenager has appeared on the runway for Proenza Schouler, a teen who has solidified their dramatic transition from viral comedians on TikTok to high fashion. models and a non-binary pattern strut for a wide range of celebrities.
Some of the most interesting names are models that debuted a year or two ago. The move signals designers’ commitment to fostering exciting new talent. Here’s a guide to eleven models who added memorable flashes to the season’s collection.
Abeny Nhial has been a part of fashion history. The 22-year-old model, born in Brisbane and with South Sudanese roots, was featured on the February cover of British Vogue. The all-Africa cover is a powerful tribute to diversity, harmony and harmony. entered and represented, and appeared just a year after Nhial made her European debut at Alexander McQueen as part of London Fashion Week. Nhial has masterfully steered the tide that pushed her forward, working for Marc Jacobs, Area and Burberry. Able to easily match the code of each house she worked in, she showed off the Parisian It girl at Dior Couture and then colorful glamor at Zimmermann.Image may contain Clothing Apparel Coat Shoe Footwear Human Person Overcoat and Runway
Fashion often functions as an escapist fantasy where social norms and rules can be broken. But sometimes there can be, uncomfortably, an antiquated approach to gender. A bright spot towards progress has arrived is Alin Szewczyk. They were scouted by chance not too far from Uncover’s Warsaw office and signed on in June 2022. Szewczyk made their debut by wrapping up Prada’s spring 2023 program.Image may contain Clothing Apparel Evening Dress Gown Robe Fashion Human Person and Paris JacksonImage may contain Clothing Apparel Human Person Fashion Robe Rei Kawakubo Evening Dress and Gown
Their big tour continued in Paris for Louis Vuitton and Loewe. They are part of a growing wave of non-binary models and are much needed to enter the top bill shows — subtly pushing for broader and fuller acceptance of gender mismatch in fashion.

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