In modeling, you never know who will be on the top models list for this year – or this month for that matter. But, here is a girl with red hair set to last for a while. This week, I’m featuring female supermodel Natalie Westling who is only 18 but she has captured the hearts of people from all parts of the world.

See More Female Supermodels Here ..

Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Supermodel Natalie Westling – But Were Afraid to Ask

Westling is known for her rebellious image and a spectacular high fashion career. The beautiful lady was born on January 8, 1997.

Ever since the start of her career, she has been compared to another famous woman – actress Natasha Lyonne.

Who has Natalie Westling Worked For?

Natalie Westling was the star of the 2014 Marc Jacobs campaign. She has also modeled for Saint Lauren Paris, Vera Wang, Lanvin, Christian Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier, Tommy Hilfiger and DKNY.

Nothing Like Red Hair to Get Attention

The female supermodel Natalie Westling trademark is her naturally red hair. Her measurements are 30-23-33 (close to perfection!) and she’s five feet 10 inches tall. Westling’s career officially started in 2013 and she has been unstoppable ever since.

Natalie Westling is Still Your Girl Next Door

Westling looks quite different from the typical supermodel – she’s maintained her modesty and the “girl next door” appeal.

Before getting scouted by a modeling agency, she was simply a skater girl. Today, Westling doesn’t seem to be much more different than during the early days of her career. Her laid-back attitude is evident in numerous interviews and the model has several times been called “the face of a generation.” How refreshing!

Female Supermodel or Skateboarder? Natalie Westling is Both

Even today, skate culture is her main passion. According to her own account, she learned how to skateboard at the tender age of three.

She has broken a couple of her ribs and she’s also hurt her knees multiple times. Westling has also revealed in interviews that she has a couple of tattoos. The most important one is on her forearm and it says “skate” in a graffiti font.

The Tomboy Model?

When off the catwalk, Westling still dresses as a tomboy and enjoys her sneakers. The red hair and the slight awkwardness are quite refreshing in an entertainment industry that seems to be standardizing beauty.

Seeing young women like Natalie Westling in the world of big time models is showing a definite change. It portrays a desire to celebrate diversity and to make high fashion modeling at least a bit more approachable.

Filed under: Supermodels