16 New Faces for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2016

16 New Faces for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2016

Sixteen new models have been chosen to walk for the 2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. The show will be held in Paris, France for the first time. Get to know the lovely diverse group before the show airs on December 5.

Herieth Paul


Born in Tanzania, Herieth Paul has walked for Diane von Fürstenberg, Tom Ford, Armani, Calvin Klein, and Cavalli. She moved to Canada as a teenager and has appeared on the cover of Canadian Elle. Paul has also been in editorials for Vogue Italia, i-D, and Teen Vogue.

Alanna Arrington


The 17-year-old has done shows in New York and Los Angeles. Arrington is from Iowa. In an interview with Fashionista, Arrington said: “I always have that fear that when I get out there I’ll panic, and then I swear you just have tunnel vision.”

Bella Hadid


Hadid was ranked one of the Top 50 models this year by Models.com and GQ magazine. She is the younger sister of model Gigi Hadid. During this years London Fashion Walk, she opened for Versus Versace. For the Milan Fashion Week, she opened for Fendi, Max Mara, Moschino, and Bottega Veneta.

Brooke Perry


Brooke Perry is from Montana. She has been modeling for five years now, working for O’Neill, GUESS, and Nordstrom. Her breakthrough was January 2016 when she appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated Swim issue.



The 21-year-old New Yorker has worked with Anna Sui and Donatella Versace. This year, she’s worked for Balmain, Fendi, Marc Jacobs, and Versace. Dioline is signed with DNA Models. In an interview with CR Fashion Rock, Dilone talked about the casting, saying she wasn’t told what it was for. She found out it was for Marc Jacobs, and she was booked for the campaign.

Georgia Fowler


Georgia Fowler was born in New Zealand. In 2010, she was in the July issue of Vogue Girl Korea and Australia ‘Harper’s Bazaar’ June/July issue. She was credited for the August 2016 issue of Vogue Paris. Fowler has been going to castings for the past five years for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

Grace Elizabeth


Elizabeth grew up in Florida. She’s walked for Oscar de la Renta and done photo shoots for Willy Vanderperre and Patrick Demarchelier. After opening at Miu Miu’s Fall 2016 show, she went on to open for the Tory Burch show.

Lameka Fox


Fox grew up in Maryland, raising horses. After reading about a digital scouting campaign, Fox uploaded three photos of herself. This led to her signing with IMG and doing her first show a couple months later for the Marc Jacobs resort 2016 runway.

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Luma Grothe


Luma Grothe is from Brazil. She grew up in London, where she learned English. She has walked for Vivienne Westwood and Burberry, and she’s done advertisements for L’Oreal.

Xiao Wen Ju


Xiao Wen Ju appeared on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar China May 2010. She was the first Chinese model to be the face of Marc Jacobs. Ju has made the cover of Vogue China and Numero China twice.

Zuri Tibby


Tibby is one of the newest models for Victoria’s Secret Pink line. She’s modeled for Teen Vogue and Rihanna’s Stance campaign.

Megan Williams


Williams is the current face of Guess since 2013. She’s from England and was educated in Surrey. She was working at a McDonald’s the same year she was discovered.

Maggie Laine


Laine was born and raised in Georgia. In an interview with Vogue, Laine said she was discovered over Facebook by photographer Sammie Saxon.

Lais Olivera


This Brazilian model looks up to fellow Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima. Olivera was discovered when she was 13 years old.

Keke Lindgard


Lingard was born in Hawaii. In 2010, Lingard was on the cover of 2010 French Elle and became the face of Gucci eyewear.

Jourdana Elizabeth


Elizabeth is from Garland, Texas. The breakout Saint Laurent model is training hard at the gym for the Victoria’s Secret show.

These are the 16 new faces of Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. This year’s diverse lineup is very excited for the big night.

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Ralph Lauren: Life Story of Legendary Fashion Billionaire

Ralph Lauren: Life Story of Legendary Fashion Billionaire

Ralph Lauren is one of the most legendary names in fashion. Even people who are not into fashion know the name. Those who have never heard the legend of this fashion icon are missing out. His tale is an extraordinary one. Keep reading to learn all about the life of one of the most famous fashion designers in history.


One of the Richest People on the Planet Comes from Humble Roots

Lauren is the 83rd richest person on the planet with a net worth of more than $6 billion. He was born in New York City October 14, 1939. Ralph Lifshitz, which was the name on Lauren’s birth certificate, was the third of four children born to Jewish immigrants who fled Belarus to escape the wrath of Hitler.

Lauren was into fashion from an early age. When he was a teenager, he dressed in the most fashionable attire he could find. He took his inspiration from screen icons of the day like Cary Grant and Fred Astaire. When Lauren was 16 years old, he and his brother Jerry changed their last name to Lauren after enduring lots of teasing about their name at school.

Early Adulthood

When he graduated from high school, Lauren studied business for two years at Baruch College in Manhattan. He dropped out after two years to enlist in the US Army, where he spent another two years before making the move to the fashion industry.

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His fashion career started when Lauren was hired by Brooks Brothers as a sales assistant. He stayed there briefly before he moved on to sell ties for Beau Brummell. In 1967, while still working for Beau Brummell, Lauren began at the age of 26 to design his own neckties. At the time, the skinny tie was all the rage, but Lauren sold wider, European-style ties with the now famous “Polo” name. The ties sold well, and a fashion empire was launched.


The Signature Item

It was 1972 when Lauren released his first line of Polo shirts. They came in 24 colors and had the now-iconic polo player label over the left breast. The polo shirt originally was worn by polo players in Argentina as a way to battle the heat during matches. It was in 1933 that French tennis star and designer René Lacoste began selling his famous polo shirts with the crocodile label, and they were being sold in the US by the 1950s. Lauren took the polo shirt and made it the Polo shirt, wrapping his version so tightly up with the public’s perception that it became the name-brand.

Hollywood Ties

The entire male cast of “The Great Gatsby” wore Polo clothes from Lauren’s line of 20s-inspired clothing. Lauren designed the pink suit that Robert Redford wore in his portrayal of Gatsby. Lauren also designed the clothing worn by Diane Keaton and Woody Allen in “Annie Hall.”

Flagship Store


The first Ralph Lauren flagship store was launched in 1986. It was placed in the Rhinelander Mansion on Madison Avenue to represent the label’s opulence. Just over a decade later, Ralph Lauren Corporation became a publicly-traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Lauren ran the company up to a multi-billion-dollar enterprise before stepping down as CEO in 2015.


Lauren’s story is truly remarkable. From the son of immigrants to the most famous man in fashion, Lauren’s journey to the top is one of the great American success stories. Although he is now no longer running the company, it will likely continue to thrive long after his death. Ralph Lauren is one of the most recognizable names in the world.