The S/S14 season proved a successful one for British-born Hollie-May Saker. Having opened for Sonia Rykiel and John Rocha, and closed for Kenzo, she has become a regular feature of international runway shows since her discovery at 16. And whilst initially it may be her cinematic 1960’s look and strong eyebrows that have grabbed the attention of industry-insiders, it’s her captivating personality that seems to have made her the darling newcomer. Having first caught the eye of Marc Jacobs, with whom she made her catwalk debut, the model, who was raised in Marbella, is fast making a name for herself amongst industry heavyweights. Having infamously fended off feminist protestors at the Nina Ricci show with poise and calm, the native Liverpudlian has proved she can more than handle herself on the runway. With an impressive season on her resume – Chanel, Armani, Fendi, and Burberry, to name a few – Saker is certainly making her mark.