Georgia Fowler Modelling From the Couch

Vogue magazine recently caught up with four Fashion Week regulars, including New Zealand model Georgia Fowler, 28, to see how they handled the shift from real-world runway to virtual.

Fowler has been doing fashion week since the age of 16, and during her time in the modelling industry, she’s racked up an impressive set of accomplishments, Janelle Okwodu writes for the magazine. After walking everything from Chanel and Miu Miu to the Victoria’s Secret fashion show, Fowler has built a name for herself and gained more than a million followers on social media.

“Over the past few months, Instagram has increasingly become somewhat of a casting platform; my profile is my portfolio. I partook in a few virtual photo shoots while we were in lockdown,” Fowler explained.

“The beauty of technology is that the world becomes so much smaller, and I’m so excited to attend a Fashion Week show from the comfort of my couch, dressed up from the shoulder up.”

Fowler is originally from Auckland, and was the presenter of Project Runway New Zealand season one.

Original article by Janelle Okwodu, Vogue, October 12, 2020.

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