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The Catwalk's Meow

It takes more than just a pretty face to be fashion's next "It" girl. Here, a look at 12 young models who just might have what it takes...

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Beauty Inc issue 11/09/2007
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Age: 18
Runways walked: Lanvin, Diane von Furstenberg, Loewe,Diesel, Heatherette
Standout moment: She’s been modeling for only three months and is already creating buzz. Says casting director Andrew Weir, “Her skin is perfect and she’s very regal.”

ALI
DNA
Age: 17
Runways walked: Lanvin, John Galliano, Chanel, Christian Lacroix, Yohji Yamamoto
Standout moment: The Texan native has been out of the gate for just a year and already shot a solo editorial in W with Mario Sorrenti and a GF Ferré campaign with Mario Testino. Says Weir, “She’s got the big eyebrows, the full lips, the beautiful pale skin.”

DAUL
Elite
Age: 17
Runways walked: Alexander McQueen, Chanel, Salvatore Ferragamo, Helmut Lang, Yigal Azrouël
Standout moment: Already famous in South Korea, this multifaceted wunderkind has had an art exhibition and is also a published author. “She’s someone you cast for a campaign where the girls have a personality or a story,” says Weir.

MASHA N.
Marilyn
Age: 20
Runways walked: Gucci, Balenciaga, Chanel, Y-3, Valentino
Standout moment: With several campaigns under her belt, including D&G with renowned photographer Mario Testino, she performs like a pro. “She has an amazing walk, an amazing attitude, it’s like she just came already put together,” says Weir.

SIRI
Trump

Age: 19
Runways walked: Prada, Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana
Standout moment: She’s already working with heavy hitters: Steven Klein photographed her for a single girl editorial for Italian Vogue and Craig McDean shot her for a Prada campaign.
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