London Fashion Week 2017: ‘Most beautiful girl in the world’ Thylane Blondeau makes debut

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Olivia Petter
Thursday 21 September 2017 11:44
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The 16-year-old model who was once hailed as the “most beautiful girl in the world” has been making waves on the Fashion Month circuit.

Thylane Blondeau sat on the front row at the Tommy Hilfiger presentation, which took place at the Camden Roundhouse on Tuesday.

The teen beauty donned a head-to-toe Hilfiger outfit in homage to the American designer, which she paired with T-bar stilettos.

Signed to IMG Models (the same agency behind Hilfiger poster girl Gigi Hadid), she attended the show alongside close pals Cameron Dallas, Anaïs Gallagher and Gabriel-Kane Day Lewis - yes, son of Daniel.

Clearly, the young model is running in high circles; she already boasts 1.6million followers on Instagram.

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Though Blondeau’s modelling career is still in its infancy, the young French model has already fronted a L’Oreal campaign and walked for Jean Paul Gaultier, which she did at the tender age of four.

Aged 10, she appeared in French Vogue in a controversial shoot that was highly criticised for its sexualised nature, which featured the child donning a full face of make up and high heels.

Daughter to football player Patrick Blondeau and actress Véronika Loubry, the modelling sensation is likely to take the fashion world by storm, with designers set to be booking her left right and centre for the best shows and campaigns.

She even has a career in film in the pipeline, after she made her cinematic debut in the French adventure film, Belle & Sebastian: The Adventure Continues.

Watch this space.

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