This is Sui He. The Second Chinese Supermodel to Walk For Victoria's Secret
May 30, 2016 12:25
Sui He has been on the runway for Victoria's Secret for a while now - since 2011. And walking on the runway for VS can surely propel anyone's career. Now she's the first East Asian model to open a runway show for Ralph Lauren.
She's the second Chinese supermodel to walk for VS after Liu Wen.
Hailing from Zhejiang, she's 26, and began modeling at the age of 17.
She landed a modeling contract with China Bentley Culture Development Co. in Beijing.
Four years later she made her debut in the Spring/Summer 2011 runway for the "Love, Sex, and Money" runway show.
Sui opened for Ralph Lauren and Vivienne Tamin New York in 2011.
She's been one of the top models so far.
And has appeared for other brands like Chanel, Oscar de la Renta, Dior, and more.
Here's hoping we see more of Sui He.
What a stunner!
Sui He has yet to reach the full-fledged Angel status. Which we hope will be soon.
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