It looks like 2019 is already the year of British-Moroccan model, Nora Attal. After recently landing a major Chanel shoot (after doing stints for Dior, Burberry, and Elie Saab), she just became the face of Alexander McQueen's latest campaign.
Snaps of the Spring/Summer 2019 black-and-white campaign were released on Alexander McQueen’s Instagram account, including several other up-and-coming models like Binx Walton, Chunjie Liu, Jean Campbell, Jill Kortleve and Kesewa Aboah, as well as Lara Stone.
It was shot on location at Avebury, UK, by Jamie Hawkesworth - who incidentally photographed her first ever campaign for JW Anderson at age 14.
Each of the models, standing before the megalithic stone circle, are clad in ornate silver jewellery and fierce but flowing garments.. Attal is pictured in several different dresses, including a black lace frock and a long-sleeved white dress with ruffles, a thick belt and leather overskirt, accessorised with a thick choker and elaborate hoop earrings.
Nora's Fashion C.V.
This is by no means her first major campaign: her career has been remarkable thus far, and she's only a teenager. After being cast in a JW Anderson campaign while at still school, she was juggling modelling jobs and a full-time education. A long-time admirer of shows like America’s Next Top Model and its British counterpart, she aspired to appear on a major magazine cover; she realised this dream at the tender age of 18, as a 2017 Vogue UK cover star.
It’s only January, but we can tell that this year has great things in store for the British-Moroccan beauty. What do you hope to see her do next? Drop us a comment on our Facebook page.
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