You could call Sam Rollinson an up-and-comer — but not in the way we would usually use the term. She’s more like an up-and-coming supermodel. This girl is on the forefront of the modeling industry and a face we’ve been seeing a lot of lately, and we’re not mad about it one bit.

When we tell you to remember names, we mean it, but for Sam, we really mean it. You’re going to be hearing her name in daily conversation very soon.

Sam Rollinson

sam rollinson

Hair: Brown
Eyes: Blue / Green
Height: 5’7”
Bust: 29”
Waist: 23”
Hips: 34”
Shoe: 7.5

Rollinson first broke onto the scene when she was cast in 2010 for a Burberry campaign. This was the spark that truly ignited her career. Soon after she began receiving offers left and right, including campaigns for Balenciaga and ZARA.

Her résumé is astonishing. Mostly because it packs more shows than any other in the shortest amount of time. In Rollinson’s time modeling (Reminder: only three short years), this model has appeared in around one hundred shows. Not just any shows — the best of the best. Names include Saint-Laurent, Chanel, Stella McCartney, Valentino, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Michael Kors, and Marc Jacobs. And please believe us when we say we’re just scratching the surface.

Rollinson’s mother agency is Select Model Management in London, but she’s also being represented non-exclusively with Women Milan, Women Paris, and Women Management in New York.

Our favorite of Rollinson’s work is a recent editorial for Vogue Italia, entitled “Dreaming Mood.” It shows off Rollinson’s shorter hairstyle that we feel suits her very well. In this collection of images you can truly see her impeccable form and intuition of emotion.

sam rollinson

sam rollinson

sam rollinson

sam rollinson

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Justin Gilbert is a rising senior at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. He is studying Advertising and Public Relations, with a minor in Studio Art. This course of study stemmed from his love of design, fashion, creativity, and innovative marketing. This summer, Justin hopes to gain valuable insight and experience in the world of editorial fashion. In the future, Justin plans to be a fashion public relations professional while simultaneously growing his blog, The Style Lion, to become a staffed publication and a brand of its own.