New model boys are popping out of nowhere. Over the last couple of months, we’ve noticed an increase in the presence of fresh-faced male models. They’ve been placed in runway shows for major brands and featured in popular ad campaigns. Most of them have even gotten multiple spots in the biggest shows for this past fashion week/month.
We’ve taken to liberty to introduce you some of the new talents. It would be a shame if we didn’t give them any recognition. Especially, since they might be the next supermodels.
Hailing from Paris is newcomer Lenny Diaw. Even though he’s new, he’s still managed to wow big fashion houses like Dior and Valentino within his first year of modeling. This past fashion week/month, Lenny walked for Burberry, Kenzo, and Yves Saint Laurent.
Japanese model Kohei Tabatake is a 20-year-old modeling rock star who has already walked in over 15 shows; eight of them came from this past Fashion Week series. Kohei participated in shows for Calvin Klein, Coach, Armani, VERSUS Versace, and Tommy Hilfiger. He was also the subject of an advertising campaign with retailer Uniqlo.
Though model Noah Brown has been modeling since 2016, he caught his big break this year when opened for the Louis Vuitton x Supreme show earlier this year. The items from that show proved to be the most sought-after collection of this year. The Switz model went on to walk in another LV show in June and was apart of an ad campaign for the brand. Looks like LV has really taken a liking to him.
18-year-old Chris Diena is a fresh face on walked onto the scene this year and was placed in shows for Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton, Valentino. The French native has only had six total shows in career but Vogue Paris has already named him one of the newest faces to watch out for.
Stone is a new American model who has already been booked with Balmain, Off-White, and Louis Vuitton. He’s been apart of at least 13 fashion shows this year, most of them taking part in the summer for menswear collections. However, he’s already gotten a great start in his career.