February '08
We're crazy in love with these new faces
By Joseph Tenni

Georgie
Ebony beauty Georgie is turning heads wherever she goes. From the West African nation of Burkina Faso, the statuesque stunner and Miss Africa of 2005 can be seen in the Moschino campaign, shot by Peter Lindbergh, and recently posed for Russian Vogue and MAC. We're told in her spare time, which has to be very spare, she cooks up tasty African dishes.

Kamila Filipcikova
Bratislava-born Kamila Filipcikova is set to sizzle. After appearances in Pop and Prada's spring show, Kamila shot Alberta Ferretti's spring campaign with Steven Meisel, who also shot her for the March cover of Italian Vogue, seen here (Kamila is on the left). Expect to see a lot of her when she walks the best Paris and Milan runways for fall.

Paul Pavlovska
She's been modeling for only a month, but Paul Pavlovska has the femme fatale look down, despite her masculine name. The future is blindingly bright (and blonde) for the Ukrainian mannequin.

Egle Tvirbutaite
Leggy Leo Egle Tvirbutaite has walked for miles on fashion's most prestigious catwalks. The Lithuanian's runway resume reads Givenchy, Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga, Chloé, Nina Ricci, Alexander McQueen and Gareth Pugh. Look for her in W magazine or in the recent archives of Another, Italian Vogue, Numero and Self Service. Unstoppable.

Sarra Jane
Latest on the Canadian model assembly line is pale brunette Sarra Jane, a Scrabble buff who's already been scoring points back home with multiple appearances in Flare and Canadian Elle (and one coming up in Italian Elle). The Ottawa native will win big soon enough.

Brittany Jursic
Offbeat beauty Brittany Jursic marches to her own drum. The wall-bouncing brunette has ambition aplenty and is certain to make the folks back home in Griffith, Indiana, beam with pride.

Israela Avtau
Israela by name and Israeli by birth, this exotic bird can't be caged. With a recent shoot for Allure magazine, it won't be long before the golden-skinned sensation lands a beauty contract.