Top 11 Models Who have Walked at the London Fashion Week!!
The London Fashion Week has always been a celebration of creativity and design.
It has been the mecca for young, up-and-coming designers breaking barriers in the fashion industry.
The London Fashion Week takes place twice each year as fashion fans around the world eagerly wait to see what their favorite brands and models have to offer.
For this list, we will be looking at our picks for the Top 11 Models Who have Walked at the London Fashion Week!
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Models Who have Walked at the London Fashion Week
#1. Naomi Campbell
Starting from the top of our list, we have the iconic supermodel from Albion, Naomi Campbell.
Campbell made her debut walk for London Fashion Week way back in 1988.
This supermodel goddess then again walked the London Fashion Week for Rifat Ozbek in 1992.
She wore Ozbek’s Velvet Yellow Coat with a feather embellished red and blue hat for the 1992 event.
During the 1992 runaway event, Campbell tipped over in her 9-inch platform heels when she was walking for the Vivienne Westwood show.
#2. Cara Delevingne
Here’s another brit who makes our list.
Cara Delevingne started her modeling career in 2009 and also enjoyed her career on the other side of the entertainment industry (singing and acting).
She made her London Fashion Week debut in 2011 when she walked the runway for Burberry’s Fall Collection.
Again she walked the London Fashion Week in 2014 sporting a purple trench coat with a beaded woven belt and stripped peak hat.
However, her most recent outing came in February of 2018 again for Burberry.
The LGBTQ-inspired Burberry Collection saw Cara in an LGBTQ striped fur coat with a white outfit.
#3. Gigi Hadid
As one of the most sought-after models in the world, Gigi Hadid has graced the London Fashion on a number of different occasions.
The American supermodel had her first gig at the tender age of just two years old in Guess’s Clothing Campaign.
As one of the highest-paid models in her world, her most recent appearance at the London Fashion Week was in 2020.
At the event, the American supermodel wore a mostly black outfit.
Looking stunning in a black jumpsuit with a cowl neckline which was complimented by a matching jacket and bag.
#4. Kendall Jenner
This American media personality, model, and socialite needs no further introduction.
Rising up to fame in the reality TV show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, she started her modeling career at the young age of 14.
She has made her presence felt in all of the Big Four Fashion Weeks while making her London Fashion Week debut back in 2014.
In her debut walk, Kendall Jenner wore a black and white combo dress paired with black shoes and black tights.
Furthermore, in her 2019 appearance at the London Fashion Show on the Burberry Runway, she sported a new blonde hairstyle.
In addition, she wore a white and brown leather jacket with a black skirt supported by lace-up heels.
Likewise, she walked the Burberry Runway again during the 2020 London Fashion Week.
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#5. Winnie Harlow
Winnie Harlow is the first-ever model with vitiligo to walk for Victoria’s Secret.
And it is no surprise that this charming Jamaican has also walked in the London Fashion Week.
She made her London Fashion Week debut in 2015 for Ashish spring/summer collection.
Likewise, in 2017 Harlow did it again, this time clad in Designer Matty Bovan’s spring/summer collection.
Her beautiful tone and make-up perfectly blended with that patterned blouse and skirt.
Similarly, in the 2018 iteration of the show, Winnie sported the designs from Julian MacDonald.
This time looking bonkers in a black lingerie dress.
#6. Bella Hadid
This 2016-Model of the Year has also had moments on the runways of London Fashion Week!
Although she started out a few years later than her sister Gigi, she’s had quite a successful couple of last seasons.
In her 2017 appearance at the London Fashion Week, she sported a stunning black body suit with a black leather jacket and a pair of chunky boots.
Bella Hadid would again appear in the 2018 London Fashion Week, walking for Tommy Hilfiger’s spring collection.
During her ramp walk, she definitely raised some eyebrows sporting an oversized sweatshirt with a chain necklace supported by knee-high black socks and shoes.
Similarly, in 2019 London Fashion Week, she would join forces with her sister Gigi and friend Kendall.
#7. Irina Shayk
The Russian supermodel first gained recognition when she became the first Russian to be featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
And on countless occasions, Shayk has stunned the world on the ramps of London Fashion Week.
She was almost unrecognizable during the Matty Bovans show in February this year.
Similarly, at the Richard Quinn show the next day, she was completely pink with the minor exception of her face.
#8. Karlie Kloss
When it comes to representing the gold standard of modeling, the name Karlie Kloss often comes up more than once.
She is most widely recognized for being a Victoria’s Secret Angel.
And most of her London Fashion Week appearance has been a part of Victoria’s Secret shows.
She once walked down the ramp with Taylor Swift at the 2014s London Fashion Week in all-Black linings with Darth Vader-inspired Cape.
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#9. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
One of Victoria Secrets most iconic models, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, made her London Fashion Week debut in 2004.
Her appearance in the LFW came at the tender age of 17, so she was the cutest, if not one, of the cutest models in that year’s show.
Rosie wore designs from Betty Jackson.
A cream-colored dress paired with flat shoes and topped off with her hair left natural.
#10. Hailey Bieber
Hailey Bieber made her London Fashion Week debut in 2017.
Mrs. Bieber walked the Topshop show in London Fashion Week that year.
She sported a body-hugging white dress layered by a long peach coat.
And in the 2018 iteration of LFW, she sported designs from Julien McDonald.
In the more recent fashion weeks, Hailey has been busy collaborating and designing for Adidas and other major brands rather than walking down the ramp.
#11. Ajak Deng
This Sudanese model from the down under did her first stint in the fashion industry during the 2008 Melbourne Spring Fashion Week.
And since then, she has been in high demand in Australia and overseas.
Furthermore, she also auditioned for a Bond girl but sadly did not get the part.
Although she briefly called it quit from the fashion industry in 2016, Deng would return soon after.
At the Richard Quinn AW22 show during the London Fashion Week, she was back and better than ever.
Wearing a high neck latex top with a brightly patterned dress adorned with a large bow.
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