Which 2010s Models Will Remain Relevant?

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  1. bluestar

    bluestar Well-Known Member

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    Hello fellow Fashion Spoters! :flower:

    Something that I have been thinking about the last couple months is which girls who debuted in the 2010s will remain relevant in the 2020s and possibly beyond. We know that there are countless models from the 90's and 2000's who have stayed relevant in the fashion world for years, girls like Naomi Campbell, Gisele, Natasha Poly, Liya Kebede, etc. (I'm not saying these examples listed all have the same exact influence in the industry but they are all obviously very well-known and respected).

    Now that we are in the 2020s, which girls who debuted in the 2010s do you think will remain relevant and book jobs? I think its interesting because when I think about the 2010s, I think of the high-turnover of models. Not that this didn't happen in previous decades but I think it was accelerated in the 2010s (just take a look at some fashion shows from 2011 vs. 2013...many established girls were swept aside for newbies).

    Some girls that come to my mind when I think about this are Anna Ewers, Imaan Hammam, Rianne von Rompaey, Adut, Sora Choi, Vittoria Ceretti, and Binx Walton, but I'm curious to know what you think! Which models, in your eyes, have the star power and influence to remain in the industry during this new decade?
     
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    GERGIN Well-Known Member

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    -Joan Smalls
    -Daphne Groenveld
    -Julia Nobis
    -Rianne Van R.
    -Cindy Bruna
    -Lexi Boling
    -Binx Walton
    -Vittoria Ceretti
    -Adut Akech
    -Fei Fei Sun
    -Imaan Hammam
    -Anna Ewers
    -Marte Mei
    -Saskia De B.
     
  3. avonlea002

    avonlea002 Well-Known Member

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    It's hard to say especially when you consider how boring this decade has been. In 2000s the standard in modelling was much higher. If we look at the models from that period, for example Natasha, Sasha, or even Snejana, each of them had something that made them stand out. Strong catwalk, unique face, amazing printwork. You won't see it today. Of course, there are few girls who are "good", but when compared to the ones mentioned before you really see a difference.

    A lot depends on which way the business goes. If it continues to focus on the number of followers on the instagram we can safely assume that models like Gigi or Kendall will continue to collect campaigns and appear on the covers. Unfortunately, future generations will probably consider them supermodels even if there are other much more talented models around.

    As for the names you mentioned, I think Rianne and Adut will remain relevant. Maybe Vittoria as well.
     
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    KateTheGreatest Well-Known Member

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    Luna Bijl, Grace Elizabeth and Birgit Kos for sure.
     
  5. libra

    libra Well-Known Member

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    Rianne Van Rompaey, Vittoria Ceretti, Imaan Hammam, Sora Choi, Anna Ewers, Binx Walton, Adut Akech, Anok Yai and Fran Summers
     
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    Not counting nepotism models:
    Adut Akech
    Ashley Graham
    Sora Choi
    Birgit Kos
    Fran Summers
    Jing Wen
    Lina Zhang
    Anok Yai
    Rianne van Rompaey
    Vittoria Ceretti
    Fei Fei Sun
    Ugbad Abdi
    Adesuwa Aighewi
    He Cong
    Mica Arganaraz
    Anna Ewers
    Xiao Wen Ju
    Taylor Hill
    Hyun Ji Shun
    Grace Hartzel
    Mona Tougaard
    Imaan Hammam
    Kiki Willems
    Binx Walton
     
  7. DianeVonFuckerberg

    DianeVonFuckerberg New Member

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    I mourn this one every day: MARINE DELEEUW
     
  8. dior_couture1245

    dior_couture1245 Fat Karl

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    Birgit. If she wants it.

    She’s the only girl working today who has fire behind her eyes.
     
  9. Runabout

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    I can't take K seriously after what she did a long ago. Gigi is the only realistic expectation here, but then again I wish the industry revamps itself. Social media shouldn't be the "be all, end all" solution, even the glamorization of celebrity last names as well.
     
  10. Serend1pity

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    I think gigi is also on the Kendall way out especially now she’ll have a baby, bella had already kind of over taken her she was only lucky that desperate Prada tapped her in a failed bid to up sales
     
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    Its honestly hard to tell who will remain around the next decade. You have obvious girls like Joan, Saskia, and Julia who all started around late 00's early 2010s. But from recent memory, I can only see Vittoria, Rianne, and Adut. These are the three who I see having constant support from editors ( Rianne=Alt, Vittoria=Farneti, and Adut=Edward) designers and casting directors. I would also add Kaia to this list as well.
     
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    The ones that can transition to more commercial work plus social media fame, thats the current direction of the industry unfortunately.
     
  13. YohjiAddict

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    Only the ones that can appeal to the average Daily Mail reader, either because of their last name or their scandals.
     
  14. nigelraphe

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    Early 2010s:

    Joan Smalls, Saskia De Brauw, Daphne Groeneveld, Julia Nobis, Fei Fei Sun

    Mid 2010s:

    Imaan Hammam, Rianne Van Rompaey

    Late 2010s:

    Grace Elizabeth, Mona Tougaard, Brigit Kos
     
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    I think it'll split more distinctly into two camps:

    * commercial/social media models who book occasional shows to drum up press

    * high fashion runway and editorial models who go largely nameless
     
  16. crmsnsnwflks

    crmsnsnwflks Well-Known Member

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    WOMEN:
    Adwoa Aboah
    Anna Ewers
    Bella Hadid
    Binx Walton
    Fernanda Ly
    Gigi Hadid
    Grace Elizabeth
    Imaan Hammam
    Joan Smalls
    Kendall Jenner
    Rianne Van Rompaey
    Tami Williams
    Vittoria Ceretti

    MEN:
    Adonis Bosso
    Alton Mason
    Jordan Barrett
    Kit Butler
    Nathan Westling

    I'm sad to see that my favorite male models (Paolo Anchisi, Laurie Harding, etc) aren't
    relevant anymore. Especially Paolo.
     

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