12 April

Who are the models in Prada’s ‘Non-conformist’ campaign?


Photographed by Willy Wanderperre, this brand new Prada campaign extols a liberating anti-conformism far from the fashion diktats. The enigmatic Mia Brammer, the baby-faced Kris Grikaite and rebellious Natalie Westling, discover the new faces of the Prada revolution.

By The editorial team

  • Nathalie Westling


    Nathalie Westling is the face of generation Z. Just 20-years old, the young skater with her tomboy allure plays the natural card. Discovered by Marc Jacobs during his spring-summer 2014 campaign, the top model with her fiery red locks sees fashion as a trampoline to other causes and passions she feels strongly about. She fervently supports the LGBT community. A genuine free radical she’s already seduced the big guns, from Prada to Louis Vuitton and Calvin Klein.

Mia Brammer


This young Brazilian model, who celebrated her 18th birthday backstage at the Prada fall-winter 2017/18 runway show, arrived in the fashion world with a bang. With her long blond hair and diaphanous skin, Mia Brammer reminds us of Sofia Coppola’s heroines in “Virgin Suicides”, adding a certain depth to this powerful casting.

Kris Grikaite


The new face at the house of Prada, the Russian top model Kris Grikaite is just 16 years old. She walked the runway for the Italian house during Men’s fashion week for fall-winter 2017/18 before opening the show for this season’s womenswear. A beautiful validation for this baby faced girl with a firmly established fashion CV (Paco Rabanne, Dior, Céline…).