Summer Preview. Photographed By Mario Sorrenti 1

Summer Preview. Photographed By Mario Sorrenti

The pursuing month, week she debuted at Fashion, walking in shows for Versus, Giorgio Hogan, and Armani. Her modest runway debut started a catalyst effect with Daphne scoring one of the most coveted campaigns in the business. She signed up to the surface in the Spring / Summer marketing campaign for Miu Miu, modeling with Siri Tollerod, Lindsey Wixson, and Ginta Latina.

The campaign became one of the brand’s strongest images, leaving recent superstar endorsement to undiluted vintage cool. Looking back as much as it looks ahead, Miu Miu is the first choice of the pack as it pertains to producing strong diffusion ranges. Building its own identification independent of its mother brand, Prada, Miu Miu has led the true way in considering diffusion ranges much less a profitable add-on, but a range in its right. The brand’s decision in 2010 2010 to hire two relatively unknown faces (Wixson and Groeneveld) was a sensational coup.

Daphne’s self-assured performance in the marketing campaign led to a flurry of high-profile work including a spot in the Givenchy Couture show. Her second ready-to-wear season in September saw Daphne score opening places with Calvin Klein and Max Mara, also closing the show for Marni. Walking for Bottega Veneta, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi, Jil Sander, Versace, and Prada, her appearance at the Prada show caused a stir. Showing up in the heady stripes and swirls collection, this is a calendar year after a slew of Dutch models including Mirte Maas and Lisanne di Jong became a press sensation in cropped jackets low-slung ponytails.

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Daphne, along with Prada newbies Zuzanna Bijoch and Arizona Muse, made a similar impression modeling an assortment that mixed Josephine Baker waves with brothel creepers. Prada has a reputation for finding original talent to complement its original designs – for two years working, it has scored big. September also saw Daphne appears in her first major editorial.

Booked by French Vogue, her debut with the magazine was not unexpected completely. A publication that actively champions ‘new’ faces in every sense of the word, they have helped boost careers of models such as Isabeli Lara and Fontana Stone. The next month saw Daphne does duty for French Vogue again, this time working with Mariacarla Boscono, Crystal Renn, and Freja Beha Erichsen. ‘Bal Masque’ was S&M inspired but high-fashion generated.

Daring and original, Daphne was already carrying out at the very highest degrees of editorial. The entire year ended with a resounding vote of confidence from French Vogue, as she joined designer Tom Ford on December’s cover. Moving to Supreme Management in early 2011, In January Daphne came back to Paris, walking in couture shows for Dior and Valentino. She also returned to the pages of French Vogue, featuring in their Spring.

Summer preview. Photographed by Mario Sorrenti, Daphne wore a sizable string of daisies around her mind. It was to be a high-fashion image that motivated copies across the high-street, culminating in flowery headbands becoming the item of preference for festival-goers. She strikes the ready-to-wear runway in February with a 40-show season including starting honors for Calvin Klein, Herve Leger, Jason Wu, and Rick Owens.

Adding Chanel, Chloe, Marc Tom, and Jacobs Ford to her catwalk credits, Daphne’s avant-garde look was translating over the board. In April Daphne undertook another modeling rite of passage, when she made an appearance in Italian Vogue for the very first time. ‘Personal Best’ was an editorial photographed by Steven Meisel, and celebrated off-beauties in a series of simple but quirky portraits.