It's been two years since Lottie Moss, then 16, landed her first-ever fashion editorial for Dazed & Confused, and she's been gradually creeping up the rungs of the modeling world since. In that time, Kate Moss's younger half-sister has certainly paid her dues, so to speak, posing for the likes of Teen Vogue and Calvin Klein, making her runway debut at Sonia Rykiel and even landing a cover of Vogue Paris alongside Lucky Blue Smith, shot by Mario Testino.
But nothing has solidified the 18-year-old's impending fashion superstardom quite like the news we received on Tuesday: She's just been signed to The Society Management, the same high-power agency that represents the likes of Kendall Jenner, Molly Bair, Natalie Westling and as of last September, Chanel ambassadress Willow Smith.
Previously, Lottie had been represented by Storm Management in London and Elite Paris in — you guessed it — Paris, but according to Models.com, she hadn't yet had a U.S. agency in her corner. But with Society Management in her corner, we can certainly expect to see a whole lot more of her stateside, be it in editorials, on the runway and beyond. Just consider the ascension of Jenner — also a sibling of a famous fashion figure — who signed to The Society in Nov. 2013 and soon after went on to become one of the most in-demand "Instagirls" in the industry.
This marks a game-changing career shift for Lottie, and you can bet that we'll be here opposite our computer screens to watch her every move.