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Abbie Knight

Height

5' 2''

Bust

34''

Waist

27''

Hips

38''

Dress

8-10

Shoe size

5

Gloves

8.5

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Abbie K

Alison Garner

Height

5' 4''

Bust

36''

Waist

28''

Hips

38''

Dress

10

Shoe size

4

Gloves

7.5

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Alison G

Anna Buckmaster

Height

5' 6''

Bust

34''

Waist

28''

Hips

36''

Dress

8

Shoe size

5

Gloves

7

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Anna B

Antony Fitzgerald

Height

6' 3''

Chest

40''

Waist

35''

Hips

43½''

Shoe size

12

Gloves

9

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Antony F

Bailie Mcgloin

Height

5' 5''

Bust

34''

Waist

26''

Hips

32''

Shoe size

Gloves

6.5

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Bailie M

Clara Sojung Tan

Height

5' 5''

Bust

34''

Waist

27''

Hips

37''

Dress

6-8

Shoe size

4

Gloves

7

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Clara S

Emily Haynes

Height

5' 10''

Bust

32''

Waist

25''

Hips

36''

Dress

8-10

Shoe size

Gloves

7.5

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Emily H

Greer Vincent

Height

5' 8''

Bust

30''

Waist

28''

Hips

37''

Shoe size

6

Gloves

7

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Greer V

Kaeleen Stammers

Height

5' 10''

Bust

36''

Waist

33''

Hips

43''

Dress

14

Shoe size

6

Gloves

8

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Kaeleen S

Katie Walsh

Height

5' 10''

Bust

31''

Waist

26''

Hips

37''

Shoe size

7

Gloves

7.5

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Katie W

Maéna Jean-Marie

Height

5' 11''

Bust

34''

Waist

24''

Hips

36''

Dress

6-8

Shoe size

7

Gloves

9

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Maéna J

Natalie Ambersley

Height

5' 5''

Bust

32''

Waist

25''

Hips

33''

Dress

8

Shoe size

4

Gloves

7.5

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Natalie A

Ntiarna Xavier Knight

Height

5' 6''

Bust

34''

Waist

26''

Hips

38''

Dress

8-10

Shoe size

7

Gloves

7

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Ntiarna X

Violeta Sofia

Height

5' 9''

Bust

38''

Waist

34''

Hips

43½''

Dress

14-16

Shoe size

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Violeta S

Visual Differences Modelling Agency

Models with visual differences are individuals who have distinct physical characteristics, conditions, or marks that make them stand out. These differences can be congenital, or result from an accident, illness, or surgery.

The inclusion of models with visual differences in the fashion and advertising industries is a step towards more inclusive representation, breaking the mold of conventional beauty standards.

Here are some types of visual differences and relevant contexts:

  1. Vitiligo: This is a condition where patches of skin lose their pigment. Models like Winnie Harlow have brought significant attention to vitiligo in the fashion world.
  2. Scars: Some models might have visible scars from accidents, surgeries, or other life events. These scars tell a story and add unique character.
  3. Birthmarks: These can vary in size, shape, and location. Some models have large or distinctively shaped birthmarks that they choose not to cover, embracing their natural look.
  4. Albinism: Individuals with albinism have little or no melanin in their skin, hair, and eyes. This condition gives them a distinctive appearance, and some have pursued successful modeling careers.
  5. Hair Differences: This can include conditions like alopecia, where someone loses all or some of their hair, or choices like distinctively styled or colored hair.
The inclusion of models with visual differences is a part of a broader movement towards diversity and inclusivity in media and fashion. By featuring these models, brands and designers can send a powerful message about body positivity, self-acceptance, and the broad spectrum of human beauty. Moreover, it allows consumers to see representations that might resonate more closely with their own experiences or appearances, fostering a more inclusive and diverse visual culture.

If you have distinct physical characteristics like those mentioned above and are interested in modelling, then please see our applications page to apply to our agency.