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

Terese Teglgaard
Lean teen Terese Teglgaard got her start as a finalist in the 2007 Elite Model Look. With a perfectly symmetrical face and Bardot-like lips that scream beauty campaign, not to mention a statuesque body built for the runway, the Great Dane has phenom stamped all over her.

Kate Somers
Fresh out of the gate, Toronto native Kate Somers already has an impressive runway resume. With appearances at Marc Jacobs, Christian Lacroix, Vera Wang and Jil Sander, as well as a Lacoste campaign, it won't be long before Kate dominates. Look for her in the first new issue of Interview.

Adina Forizs
Hungarian headturner Adina Forizs can't put a foot wrong. The brown-eyed brunette walked for Chanel, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Donna Karan, Anna Sui, Proenza Schouler—oh, and she opened for Prada. She also features in the new Gap campaign. Perhaps most impressive of all: she's studying to be a civil engineer at Budapest U.

Barbora Mudrochova
With her short platinum hair and plump pout, Czech charmer Barbora Mudrochova is set to conquer the world. She follows in the footsteps of fellow countrywomen and former Model Mania alumni Karolina Kurkova, Hana Soukupova and Denisa Dvorakova.

Victoria Wallace
Pennsylvanian pocket rocket Victoria Wallace is shooting to the top. Check out the beaming blonde in Nylon, among many a client hypnotized by her saucer-sized blue eyes.

Masha Korableva
With a passion for literature and art (we're told she's been to every museum in her adopted home of New York), Masha Korableva is the latest Slavic stunner to come in from the cold. Hailing from frosty Ivanovo, Russia, yet ironically discovered on the Champs-Élysées, the baby-faced babushka turns heads wherever she goes.

Nadine Wolfbeisser
Austrian import Nadine Wolfbeisser is showing up in all the right places: Purple, German Glamour, the cover of L'Officiel. There's no stopping the Teutonic sensation.