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Vittoria Ceretti - Interview Magazine GIRLS


Every season the fashion world goes into overdrive, clamoring for the new sensation, a discovery, the face that can launch a thousand campaigns. But beneath the makeup, behind the veil, and a very far cry from the pinup dolls on Instagram, the real top runway models of Spring 2017 are a fascinating group of individuals, from cities large and small, near and far, traveling the world and working incredibly hard. Here, we present 14 of the most in-demand models of the season, stripped down, as they are, up close and personal.

Photography: KARL TEMPLER
Stylist: MARIO SORRENTI
VITTORIA CERETTI

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