The shoot offers “an intimate glimpse into a little-seen familial side of Attal, in a setting that serves as a meeting point and crossroads for her family.”
Rabat – Nora Attal, one of the world’s most sought after models, proudly displayed her Moroccan origins by posing with her family in the July issue of Vogue Italia.
This marks her third Vogue feature, having already featured on the cover of British Vogue and Vogue Arabia’s September 2018 issue.
In her family home in Larache, a town in northern Morocco, Attal posed with her parents, grandmother and brother and sister. The whole family was dressed in Chanel, which Attal models regularly.
“Along with three generations of her family, 20-year-old Moroccan-British model Nora Attal returned to her native sun-bleached hometown of Larache, the laidback port city located on the north-western coast of Morocco,” Vogue Italia said.
The shoot offers “an intimate glimpse into a little-seen familial side of Attal, in a setting that serves as a meeting point and crossroads for her family located in Morocco, Spain, and London.”
Born in London to Moroccan parents, the young model is a rising star in the industry, having built an impressive resume since she was discovered by British fashion and documentary photographer Jamie Hawkesworth at her high school.
She has become a favorite of designers such as Prada, Chanel, and Burberry, and walked at the world’s fashion weeks side by side with the likes of Gigi Hadid, Taylor Hill, and Stella Maxwell.
Most recently, Alexander McQueen chose her as the face of its Women’s Spring/Summer 2019 campaign.