The young model’s name first received some buzz when she walked the runway for Marc Jacobs when she was a mere 14-years-old. Ondria Hardin (above) was also recently featured in Vogue China, even though she is under the age of 16. According to Vogue’s Health initiative, where they vowed to use models who are over the age of 16, the magazine crossed the line.
She’s now 15 and most designers are saying that she looks much older than her years. One of these designers is Karl Lagerfeld, who doesn’t seem to mind the young model as he said: “She doesn’t look 15. She looks 18 or 19.” He will be using her in Chanel’s spring 2013 campaign that will be shot in New York City.
If you want the 18-year-old look, then why not get 18-year-old models? Strange.