7 Petite Models Changing The Game

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Everyone knows that being tall is one of the necessary conditions for success in the modeling business. Most agencies indicate in their requirements a minimum height of 5.7 feet, so it can be difficult for short girls to get into modeling. 

In this review, we’ll use the examples of several successful models to show that if you’re short, you can work as a petite teens webcam model, a hand model, and even walk the best catwalks in the world. In this article, we collected the top 7 petite models changing the game, so if you want to know more about them, then keep reading.

#1 – Barbara Palvin, 5.6 ft

A scout of one of the Hungarian modeling agencies noticed Barbara Palvin when she was walking with her mother in her native Budapest. Then, in 2006, Barbara was only thirteen, but she was not afraid to get to work. A couple of years later, like many aspiring models, Palvin was sent to Asia to gain experience. 

After that, sixteen-year-old Baraba signed a contract with one of the world’s best agencies, IMG, and starred in Italian Vogue. Palvin’s first time walking a runway was at the Prada show. After that, Miuccia asked Barbara to be in the Miu Miu show. 

Following her, bookers Nina Ricci, Louis Vuitton, and Chanel became interested in the young Hungarian. Barbara also became the face of L’Oreal, appeared in ads for Victoria’s Secret and Armani Exchange designer lines, and was on the covers of the magazines Tiger and Rabat. Palvin talks about her new successes and adventures on Instagram, where she also shares photos with her followers, whose number has exceeded 15 million.

#2 – Anya Konstantinova, 5.3 ft

Model Anya Konstantinova looks like a small copy of Lara Stone. But, unlike Lara Stone, Anya is almost never chosen outside of Australia: for the undemocratic catwalks of Paris, her growth is excessively small, and there is enough work in Australia. 

Despite not quite a podium growth, Anya took part in Fashion Week, which attracted her attention. Anya is also a hit with many fashion photographers. The model took part in advertising campaigns for Bershka, Urban Outfitter, Stylestalker, and Wildfox. She has also posed for GQ, Vogue, and Tangent.

#3 – Sophie Hirschfelder (Hirshey), 5.3 ft

Hirschi’s career (the girl prefers to be called that) started at the end of 2010 when a silent scout spotted her while shopping at Topshop on Oxford Street. Now a young Australian with German roots and an unpronounceable name is being taken care of by one of the best agencies in Sydney, Priscillas Models (it was they who once helped promote Bambi and now work with Anya Konstantinova), and the American agency Supreme. 

Of the obvious successes, not only dozens of shoots in major magazines but also an exclusive participation in the autumn show of Balenciaga, whose show was the first in Hirschi’s career, stand out. Sophie thinks this is because she likes to draw and watch Sofia Coppola movies. She also notices that she loves Australian quiches.

#4 – Kate Moss, 5.5 ft

Kate Moss is a supermodel who defies fashion stereotypes. Due to the very low growth rate for this profession, Kate Moss in the 1990s seemed excessively thin. But, despite this, the model eventually turned out to be among the highest-paid. 

There are still pictures of Kate in glossy magazines, and different projects make up £6 million a year. The supermodel did not say that she was leaving the catwalk, but she did end her contract with the Storm Models agency, with whom she had worked for more than 25 years.

#5 – Camille Rowe, 5.6 ft

Camille Rowe is a famous French-American petite model. As a child, Rowe, like all girls, wanted to be a princess. Then she decided to become a restaurateur and open her own art cafe; in order to better think over the idea, she even enrolled in art courses at the Louvre. 

However, fate decreed otherwise, and a couple of years later, Camille presented a new Chloe fragrance. Rowe practically does not work on the podium, but often appears in magazines. She managed to shoot for several versions of Elle, Costume, and Jalouse, as well as in the lookbook of the Adidas Olympic collection and Open Ceremony.

#6 – Ashley Smith, 5.6 ft

Ashley Smith is one of the most modern catwalk beauties who does not fit into the stereotypes of modern catwalk beauty. She resembles popular models of the 1970s and 1980s, such as Farah Fawcett and Christie Brinkley, as well as pin-up girls and Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield. 

Smith’s departure corresponded with the mood of the Louis Vuitton and Prada collections, which reintroduced the fashion for a new look and girls with shapes. Nineteen-year-old Ashley was noticed by agents at a music festival in her hometown and offered a job that Smith did not immediately accept. In the same year, Ashley starred in Rush and made her NYFW debut in early 2010. 

After that, Ashley repeatedly worked at Channel shows and also went to shows at Altuzarra, United Bamboo, Vivien Westwood, and Topshop. Unique Smith has appeared in ad campaigns for Sisley and Topshop, and she has represented the second line of Alexander Wang T. This summer, she became an advertising face for Diesel.

#7 – Charlotte Free, 5.6 ft

American model Charlotte Free has become one of the most famous models to be discovered in the last few years. According to rumors, for her career, Free should thank Vivienne Westwood herself, who noticed an unusual girl in one of the shopping malls in New York. In 2011, Charlotte signed a contract with IMG and literally immediately got on the cover of Vogue. 

Now she stars in provocative videos, dyes her hair different colors, participates in Jeremy Scott campaigns, and appears on the Chanel catwalk. Bright in the truest sense of the word, the model was quickly remembered by magazine editors and began to be invited to shoot in their publications; recently, Charlotte has appeared on the pages of i-D, Dazed & Confused, Wonderland, and Vogue.

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