1. They laugh at the indsurty and don't take it too seriously
When DOutzen Kroes, new face of L'Oreal met Jonathon Van Meter from American Vogue on a rainy day in Starbucks she joked; "It's perfect (the rainy weather) because it gives all these fashion people something to talk about", saying "what else would they say to each other"
Despite the recent model clones, we all got accustomed to, particularly at Prada shows, Englands very own Agyness Deyn provides that sembelance of originality and intrigue because she's not that typical type of beauty.
3. Already well accomplished
4. Culturally diverse
In an industry that was once based upon a beauty a Westernised concept of beauty, it's otw good to see that their bringing in models from all walks of life such as; Coco Rocha from Richmond, Canada; Agyness Deyn, Rawtenstall, England; Sasha Pivovsova, Mooscow, Russia and Doutze Kroes from Eastermar, the Netherlands, to name but a few
5. Well Read and not just pretty faces
On their shoot for the cover of American Vogue with photographer Steven Meisel, model Coco Rocha had her head in the sequel to 'Pride and Prejudice' and occasionally pocked her head up above her book to join in the banta with the other girls
6. Modest and Aloof
When asked what is was like to be on her first Steven Meisel shoot and the reality of having her first Vogue cover, Chanel IMan nervously replied; "It has been a great experience for me, one that I will never forget" she says. "You know what? It's really overwhelming"
7. Genuine friendship
It seems like not that long ago that we were watching Tyra Banks and Naomi Campbell publically make after after a long fued between the two due to Naomi's fera of competition from younger model Tyra. What seems clear abotu these girls is that although they are all striving for the top, there is a genuine sense of friendship.
9. Sooo not Diva-ish