Moroccan women continue to represent their home country in numerous fields internationally. This time, a British-Moroccan model landed a fashion campaign with the world-renowned French brand, Chanel.
Rabat – Nora Attal, 19, is the face of Chanel fashion house’s Spring/Summer 2019 campaign and shared pictures of herself and other models posing in Chanel’s latest collection.
The British-Moroccan model shared pictures of her photo-shoot with the brand’s creative director and one of the most famous designers of all the time, Karl Lagerfeld, in an Instagram post yesterday.
Attal wore one of the collection’s black dresses alongside fellow models Sarah Dahl, Hyun Ji Shin, Adesuwa Aighewi, Rebecca Longendyke, Adesuwa Aighewi, Vittoria Ceretti, and Kristina Grikaite.
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It is not the first time that Attal has worked with Chanel. Attal walked the runway of Chanel’s garden-themed Pre-Fall 2019 show.
She also featured in the cover of British Vogue and Vogue Arabia’s September issue.
At 19, Attal is already in high demand, with jobs from big fashion companies such as Prada, Elie Saab, McCartney, Nina Ricci, H&M, Valentino, Dior, and Alexander McQueen already in her portfolio.
British fashion and documentary photographer Jamie Hawkesworth was first to discover Attal during casting by British fashion label JW Anderson at her high school.
Attal started her modeling career at age 16 and was among the “Top Newcomer” list of one of the most influential fashion news sites, models.com, in 2016.