The Brazilian native, who is signed with DNA Models, made her debut in the Alexander Wang Spring 2017 show and then walked for Prada, Fendi, Chanel, Miu Miu, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, and Marc Jacobs. Not bad.
Who can forget the new 'do that stylist Guido Palau gave Katie Moore at Trump Models for the Alexander Wang Fall 2016 show? Since getting the chop, all the major houses and publications want a piece of her.
Naki at Elite New York landed three major exclusives this year, including Burberry, Prada, and Celine during the Fall 2016 season. Now, she's solidified her status as one to watch.
Since getting a buzzy new haircut and signing with IMG Models, Charlee has opened for both Marni and Acne Studios' fashion shows, and walked for many others.
As this year's runner-up on Korea’s Next Top Model, Hoyeon's decision to move West helped her land an exclusive with Louis Vuitton and sign with The Society Management.
Tomboy Cara Taylor at Silent NY kicked off the year with an exclusive at Alexander Wang and ended Spring 2017 by closing Maria Grazia’s first and very feminist Dior show.
Impy kept our attention not just with her name, but also with her new blonde hair. This year, the model at Next Management walked for Chanel, Versace, and Stella McCartney.
Altuzarra was one of the major houses that tapped Mali this year, allowing her to open the Celine Fall 2016 show. She's signed with Women Management.
Julia Ratner made her official debut at the Miu Miu pre-fall 2016 show this year, and then walked in Chanel and Valentino’s Haute couture shows. She's signed with Trump Models.
Zhenya at Women Management had a spectacular season for a newbie--she opened shows for designers like Prabal Gurung and Nina Ricci and closed both Rodarte and Erdem.