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George Cortina

George Cortina

V125 Next Gen: Lila Moss
“Last summer, I went parasailing with my mum. This summer, I’m raising awareness on the climate crisis supporting environmental causes like extinction rebellion.” -Lila Moss
V125 Next Gen: Zso Varju
“Recently, I’ve begun reading books on mental health, so I would love to continue that —in addition to finishing the Vonnegut books I’ve been collecting!” -Zso Varju
V125 NEXT GEN: Mica Aragañaraz
"My ideal summer involves laying by the sun with my friends, a backgammon board, music, good food, and more music." -Mica Aragañaraz
V125 Next Gen: Vivienne Rohner
“I’m from Switzerland. My hidden talent is speaking five languages, and one day I hope to travel to Cuba. This year, I hope to be at a picnic, reading true-crime books.” -Vivienne Rohner
V125 NEXT GEN: Adwoa Aboah
"When not modeling, I'm training to become a pro Muay Thai champion. This summer, I'll be reading six books back to back, and not talking to anyone for long periods of time." -Adwoa Aboah
V125 NEXT GEN: Mariam de Vinzelle
“In front of the camera, I am a completely different person. I unplug my scientific brain and let my heart and creativity take over. I love to build a picture with the photographer.”
V125 NEXT GEN: Lola Nicon
"I really love to dance. It instantly puts me in a groovy mood. My other jam is autobiographical books; this summer, I'm finally reading The Diary of Anaïs Nin." -Lola Nicon
V125 NEXT GEN: Ugbad Abdi
"I feel like the industry gets more inclusive every season. There have been so many changes to the business; now doing the best we can and not hurting the planet." -Ugbad Abdi
V125 NEXT GEN: Rianne Van Rompaey
"My summers are spent reading big books. I still need to finish The Second Sex by Simon de Beauvoir, and The Power Broker by Robert Caro, which Jonas Glöer gave to me!"
V125 NEXT GEN: Rebecca Longendyke
“One of the most unique features of this generation of models is that the first to have social media. Now you see more of personality and see what it’s like for day-to-day.”

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