Most models become well-known during their teenage years. But the whole world was introduced to Thylane Blondeau when she was barely out of kindergarten. At the age of six, the French native posed in Vogue Paris’ Vogue Enfants issue and was called the “most beautiful girl in the world.”
Now 16-years-old and signed with the modeling agency IMG, Blondeau walked the Dolce & Gabbana runway show in Milan and attended Tommy Hilfiger’s show in London. She’s also an ambassador for the L’Oreal Paris Hydra Genius line.
OK, so enough talk, already. Let’s see how the “world’s most beautiful girl” is faring as a teenager, shall we?
But first, here she is as an adorable six-year-old.
She has piercing blue eyes.
She’s grown up to be a beautiful young woman, too.
One who’s very comfortable in the fashion scene, at that.
Modeling for Dolce & Gabbana is no small feat, after all.
But when you’ve been modeling since you were a child, this is just another day in the life, you know?
Blondeau’s parents are former European soccer player Patrick Blondeau and actress and TV host Veronika Loubry, so her family’s familiar with the limelight, too.
Blondeau may even be looking to follow in her mother’s footsteps and branch out into acting, as well. According to Teen Vogue, she’s reading scripts and got some on-screen projects in the works.
She’s not the only 16-year-old to totally dominate the runways this season, either: Cindy Crawford’s daughter Kaia Gerber also made her runway debut at New York Fashion Week and looked predictably incredible.
Clearly, the teens are taking over, and they’re looking good while they’re at it!