Need To Know Moments At New York Fashion Week Ss2017

New York Fashion Week always kicks off the fashion shows, and some would argue that it is the most dazzling week of them all, with top models walking in major shows, and attending the most exclusive parties. Here's how it went down for some of the top models of Elite.

Bara Podzimkova celebrates her birthday in NYC!

Fellow New Faces Estelle Chen, Ratner, Irina Djuranovic and Annika Krijt helped her celebrate at the model apartment.

Ysaunny Brito went blonde

At the Alexander Wang show, Ysaunny Brito debuted a new blonde look by hair maestro Guido Palau. We love her new style!

Vittoria Ceretti for Proenza Schouler

This season, Elite Model Look Italian winner from 2012 Vittoria opened the show for Ralph Lauren.

Yasmin Wijnaldum starred on the cover of Another Magazine

Another Magazine dropped three stunning covers during New York Fashion Week, including one with Naomi Campbell. The other two featured stars of Elite Model Look - Yasmin was shot by Alasdair McLellan and styled by Katy England, while the other starred Vittoria Ceretti by Craig McDean, styled by Riccardo Tisci.

Amilna Estevao for Tom Ford

As well as walking in the show, Amilna stars in this season's advertising campaign for Tom Ford.

Camille Hurel for Alexander Wang

She joined Elite girls Ysaunny Brito, Li Xiao Xing, Greta Varlese, Matilde Rastelli, Kendall Jenner, Katie MooreMolly Bair and Yasmin Wijnaldum in the infamous #WangGang. Alexander Wang unveiled his collaboration with Adidas at the same show as his Spring Summer 2017 collection. 

Benjamin Benedek at the Alexander Wang afterparty

Matilde Rastelli for DKNY

It is less than a year since she won Top 15 spot at the 2015 Elite Model Look World Final - Matilde from Italy made it to New York! 

Ysaunny Brito for Jeremy Scott

The tomboy model was given a glamorous makeover with a slick pencil skirt and bowl cut wig for the people's designer, Jeremy Scott.

Yasmin at Marc Jacobs

Kendall Jenner and Vittoria Ceretti also walked in the show, which was a mash-up of 1970s grunge and 1970s glam rock references.

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