LOOK: Which models walked the most runways during Fashion Month? | Inquirer Lifestyle

LOOK: Which models walked the most runways during Fashion Month?

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Australian model Jess Picton Warlow was the most popular model of the season, starring in 48 fashion shows, including two opening and three closing appearances. She notably opened the Maison Margiela show in Paris. Image: Francois Guillot/AFP

While the likes of Bella and Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin are sure to get the fashion world buzzing, they’re rarely the models with the most runway miles to their names. These big-name stars of fashion and social media may feature in a host of advertising campaigns, but they’re by no means the busiest models during the back-to-back catwalk shows of the average fashion week.

So which models are the most bookable names when it comes to showcasing designers’ collections on the runway?

As well as naming its Model of the Year, chosen by a panel of 250 fashion industry experts, including designers, stylists, editors, photographers, make-up artists and casting directors, the www.models.com website also keeps track of the number of shows notched up by each model each season. The ranking is a good way of tracking the careers and progress of fashion’s most in-demand models.

Here’s a look at some of the models who made the most runway appearances during the recent round of fall-winter 2017 catwalk shows.

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Although only recently discovered, Jessie Bloemendaal takes second place with a total 47 fashion shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris for the fall-winter 2017 season. She notably opened the Rochas show. Image: Francois Guillot/AFP
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Odette happens to be the twin sister of Lia. She modeled for 39 fashion houses for the fall-winter 2017 season, with two openings and three closings. She notably walked the runway for Stella McCartney. Image: Francois Guillot/AFP
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Runway regular Lineisy Montero frequently notches up plenty of catwalk miles during fashion weeks. This season she walked the runway for 37 labels across the four fashion capitals. Image: Francois Guillot/AFP

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