In addition to modeling for our Second/Layer photoshoot, this blondie also walked Alexander Wang, Versace, and Off-White. Plus, he posed for a Calvin Klien campaign.
We've had our eye on Finnlay for some time, but this year he hit his stride by walking Tom Ford, Dior, Louis Vuitton, and landing a Coach campaign.
Because of his unique look, Max was able to land a wide range of brands, from Burberry and Tommy Hilfiger, to Dior Homme, Louis Vuitton, J.W. Anderson, Prada, and Coach.
Sup has been in the industry for a few years, but now he's become a bit of a local celebrity at Seoul Fashion Week in his home country of Korea.
Originally from Africa, Victor had a breakout year in Europe, walking Dries Van Noten, Balmain, Fendi, and even managing to wear heels at the DSquared2 show.
This Danish boy was one of the stars of Tim Walker's "To Denmark, With Love" spread in W magazine, but also had a good year on the runway, walking all the major European shows.
Wang is one of the biggest faces to come out of China this year and had perhaps his top runway moment yet when he walked for Gucci Spring 2017.
William Los had great seasons in New York, walking Todd Synder, Thom Browne. And in Europe: Balmain, Versace, and Emporio Armani. His sever buzz cut is perfectly paired with piercing blue eyes.
Originally from Germany, Leon has the ultimate European look, and walked Lanvin, Dries Van Noten, Marni, Craig Green, and many more shows this year.