Here, fashion expert Bethann Hardison gives us her picks for the standout models of Fall 2010 New York Fashion Week. Supermodel Sessilee Lopez makes the cut! She both opened and closed Project Runway veteran Christian Siriano’s hotly anticipated fashion show.
Perennial favorite Chanel Iman was a thing of beauty in Ralph Lauren’s unabashedly romantic show.
This is Rose Cordero’s season! The Dominican stunner was all over the runways this Fashion Week (here she is, strutting down Anna Sui’s catwalk), and she’s currently gracing French Vogue’s March cover.
This Senegalese beauty has been a runway staple for the past couple of seasons, but fashion insiders agree that she’s definitely having a “moment” (here, she’s striking a pose at the Elie Tahari show)! Bethann films Kinee’s ascent in her upcoming documentary, “Invisible Beauty.”
Georgie Badiel was ubiquitous this year, turning up on oodles of runways. Here, the Burkina Faso native slinks down the catwalk at the 3.1 Phillip Lim show.
With her piercing eyes, cheekbones to cut glass and flawless skin, Jeneil Williams was a natural on the runways this Fashion Week. Here, the Caribbean queen steams up Zac Posen’s collection.
Joann Smalls is one of the biggest success stories of the season. Formerly a catalog model, she’s turned into one of the most sought-after faces in fashion. Here, she’s walking in the Burberry show at London Fashion Week.
Model-of-the-moment Lyndsey Scott channels an ‘80s prom queen at Tracy Reese’s predominantly Black fashion show.
Newcomer Sigail Currie—and her ridiculously fly short haircut—works the runway at Elie Tahari.
Virtually unknown when Bethann called the “blackout” to the fashion industry’s attention in Fall ’07, Arlenis Sosa is now a bonafide supermodel. Here, she gets glamorous at Tibi.
In her first season back on the catwalk after her baby boy was born, Jourdan Dunn is looking hotter than ever. Here, she’s walking in the Aquascutum show at London Fashion Week.