Seven New Models To Watch In 2014

From a Victoria's Secret rocker (literally, she walked the coveted catwalk holding a guitar) to a buzzed-about Prada campaign girl, the next class of It models has arrived. Click through to get to know them all now.

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Devon Windsor

REPRESENTATION: IMG Models

HOMETOWN: St. Louis, Missouri

RUNWAY HIGHLIGHTS: After an impressively busy Fall 2014 fashion month (especially overseas, where she landed runway gigs at Giorgio Armani, Chanel and Jean Paul Gaultier, to name just a few), the 19-year-old nabbed the Holy Grail of all freshman modeling jobs: November's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.

KNOWN FOR: Pale complexion; platinum hair.

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Georgia Taylor

REPRESENTATION: IMG Models

HOMETOWN: Kent, England

RUNWAY HIGHLIGHTS: Likening herself to Snow White, the 16-year-old opened for Christopher Kane at Spring 2014 London Fashion Week (she was also his fit model), in addition to walking for Céline and Alexander McQueen last season. Plus, she dabbles in singing and acting—could she be the new Cara Delevingne?

KNOWN FOR: Chameleon-like runway tendencies; sizeable eyebrows.

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Maggie Jablonski

REPRESENTATION: Major Model

HOMETOWN: Iowa City, Iowa

RUNWAY HIGHLIGHTS: With a last name like that (bearing no relation to either Constance or Jacquelyn), the latest Jablonski to walk down the runways turned heads at Prada's Resort 2014 show in Milan.

KNOWN FOR: Transformative smoulder; fashion-approved surname.

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Malaika Firth

REPRESENTATION: New York Model Management

HOMETOWN: Mombasa, Kenya and London, UK

RUNWAY HIGHLIGHTS: She first made an appearance on Prada's Resort runway, followed by a much buzzed-about Prada Spring 2014 campaign, as well as this past November's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.

KNOWN FOR: Girlish charm; commercial and high fashion aptitude.

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Holly Rose Emery

REPRESENTATION: Next Model Management

HOMETOWN: Auckland, New Zealand

RUNWAY HIGHLIGHTS: This 17-year-old did a number at this past season's Paris Couture Week, walking for huge names like Valentino, Elie Saab and Armani Privé.

KNOWN FOR: Being Lindsey Wixson's pixie-like doppelgänger.

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Matilda Lowther

REPRESENTATION: Supreme Management

HOMETOWN: Cumbria, England

RUNWAY HIGHLIGHTS: Discovered on a school trip, Matilda Lowther turned heads after opening for Burberry Prorsum's Spring 2014 show at London Fashion Week.

KNOWN FOR:
Dark hair and light eyes; gentle runway gaze.

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Nadja Giramata

REPRESENTATION: Trump Model Management

HOMETOWN: Strasbourg, France

RUNWAY HIGHLIGHTS: With a mix of commercial and high fashion jobs under her belt, Nadja has already walked for Tom Ford, landed a Vogue Italia editorial and fronted a huge Topshop campaign.

KNOWN FOR: Versatility; Naomi Campbell-esque editorials.

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Before Karlie Kloss gained supermodel status, she was just your ordinary super-tall, ballet-dancing high school student from St. Louis. Before Kate Moss was, well, Kate Moss, she was discovered while passing through New York's JFK airport with her family. And before the seven models profiled above, hit it big, they'll have already made a name for themselves among industry insiders and on some of fashion's hottest catwalks.

As it's nearly time to start gearing up for New York Fashion Week, we've compiled a slew of up-and-coming runway regulars who are on the fast track to supermodeldom. Click through above to meet them all; we guarantee it won't be the last time you'll see their fashion-approved faces.

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