This morning we posted America’s Next Top Model Cycle 16 winner Brittani Kline‘s 6-page spread in Vogue Italia. The day hasn’t even ended yet, and we’ve already gotten word of more editorial work from the newly-minted model. Kline landed a spread in Vogue Mexico‘s November issue, and I daresay she’s looking fierce in it. She’s working her short ‘do like no other made-over ANTM cast member before her, and she might just be the one reality TV model to become a legitimate top model in the real world. Or am I speaking too soon?
UPDATE: It seems this editorial is, in fact, an advertorial for Benetton. Regardless, there’s no denying she looks fantastic in these shots.
Image Credits: Vogue Mexico (via Fashionista)
I’ve been waiting patiently since Brittani Kline was crowned the winner of America’s Next Top Model Cycle 16 for her editorial in Vogue Italia, part of the ANTM prize pack, to hit newsstands, and that time has finally come! Kline covers the Beauty in Vogue insert and also has a 6-page spread in the magazine’s November issue. Watch the behind-the-scenes video here.
What do you think of Kline’s cover and editorial, and how does it compare to that of Cycle 15 winner Ann Ward? Revisit Kline’s winning ANTM portfolio here to see just how far she’s come, and sound off in the Comments section!
Image Credits: Vogue Italia
Last night Tyra Banks and her posse of judges, including Nigel Barker, André Leon Talley and Jay Manuel, crowned America’s Next Top Model…Brittani Kline!
Kline was named the winner of ANTM Cycle 16 over runner-up Molly O’Connell after 12 episodes of photo shoots, makeovers, runway shows, and all the drama you’d expect with 14 would-be models living under the same roof. Her prizes included a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl Cosmetics, a contract with IMG Models, the cover of Beauty In Vogue and fashion spreads in Vogue Italia and Beauty In Vogue.
Was Kline deserving of the title? Decide for yourself – check out her entire ANTM body of work.
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