|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) |
|Hair color||Brown |
|Eye color||Hazel |
|Agency||Next Model Management (New York, Paris, Milan, London, Los Angeles, Miami) |
Mother Management (St. Louis)
Early Life[edit | edit source]
Born to Anthony and Amy Arrington, she has one sister named Amyah. She attended Washington High School, and was in their varsity basketball team. Scouted by the talent management agents Jeff and Mary Clarke of Mother Model Management, in St Louis, Missouri, Arrington signed with Mother Model, and, from there, got scouted by Next Model Management. She first spent time in the LA market before relocating to New York City to further her career in high fashion modeling.
Career[edit | edit source]
Arrington's breakthrough came during 2016's F/W Ready to Wear collections, opening the FW16 Altuzarra show. She then went on to walk over 20 shows that season walking shows such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Etro, Celine and Diane Von Furstenberg. Since then she has walked the runways for brands such as Missoni, Max Mara, Mulberry, Tom Ford, Alberta Ferretti and Stella McCartney. 
Arrington has appeared on magazine covers and editorials for publications such as Vogue, British Vogue, Vogue Espana, Vogue Russia, Teen Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Elle, Interview, Allure, i-D, Maxim, and Wonderland Magazine. 
Personal[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- "Next - New York - Alanna Arrington". Next Model Management. Archived from the original on 16 March 2018. Retrieved 16 March 2018.
- "Alanna Arrington - Model".
- Zabel, Liz. "Cedar Rapids native ready to walk the Victoria's Secret runway - The Gazette".
- Fruehling, Tom. "Arrington swaps sports for modeling". metrosportsreport.com.
- "Meet the 17-Year-Old from Iowa Who Opened the Altuzarra Show".
- Milligan, Lauren. "Who's That Girl?".
- "Alanna Arrington Went From an Iowa Basketball Team to Some Pretty Major Runways".
- "Alanna Arrington Is Maxim's March/April Cover Girl".
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