Rebecca Leigh Longendyke's impressive Fashion Month
today Oct 10, 2019
Like last year, American top model Rebecca Leigh Longendyke had a rather massive presence on the Spring-Summer 2020 calendar. The azure-eyed blonde took part in over 40 shows, a count that puts her ahead of stars such as Bella Hadid and Kaia Gerber who walked in about 20 each. Suffice it to say, she'll be on the designers' radar for the next season.
While Fashion Month allowed the biggest houses and up and coming brands to show off their Spring-Summer 2020 collections, it has also served as a showcase for models, who spent the four weeks running from one show to another. Rebecca Leigh Longendyke seems to have been especially proficient during the marathon, lining up shows in New York, London, Milan, and Paris, becoming the brands' newest muse in the process.
Known to the fashion sphere since 2015, Rebecca Leigh Longendyke only walked her first show in 2018. And what a debut: the young woman's career has since seen a meteoric rise, with her figure, natural charisma, and soft gaze winning over the designers' hearts.
Not content with standing out on the catwalk, Rebecca has been attracting attention through fashion and cosmetic campaigns for luxury houses such as Saint Laurent, Calvin Klein, Louis Vuitton, Alberta Ferretti, and Chanel.
As a result, by the fall of 2018, she had become the most in-demand top model for the Spring-Summer 2019 collections, confirming her status during the last round of Fashion Weeks. In New York, she made a splash walking for Longchamp, Ralph Lauren, Tory Burch, Vera Wang, and Coach, while London saw her walk for Victoria Beckham, J.W. Anderson and Burberry.
Her endurance run continued in Milan with shows for Prada, Max Mara, Fendi, Moschino, Tod's, and Versace, and the home stretch happened in Paris with shows for Dior, Saint Laurent, Lanvin, Chloé, Isabel Marant, Valentino, Givenchy, Chanel and Miu Miu.
It's a safe bet that she will shine again in January for Paris Couture Week.
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