The #1 Model Contest

About

Founded in 1983, Elite Model Look is the world's most prestigious international modelling contest. It is credited with discovering Super Models 

including Cindy Crawford, Gisele Bundchen, Lara Stone and Alessandra Ambrosio.

Each year, thousands of candidates across 30 countries participate in this extraordinary modelling competition that is a launching pad, not just 

for a modelling career, but for the world stage.

The search goes on.

At the 2015 World Final, the Elite New Wave Party was held at the Villa Necchi Campiglio

Overall winner for the girls Anouk from the Netherlands

Overall winner for the boys Tristan from France

Top 15 winners Leia from Reunion Island and Mathilde from France

The Elite top models Pauline Hoarau, Antonina Petkovic and Manuela Frey were in attendance

Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani is interviewed at the Elite New Wave party

Guests enjoyed a champagne reception

For the 32nd edition of the Elite Model Look World Final, the competition was held in Milan, Italy, for the first time. 32 girls and 20 boys from around the globe competed for a place in the Top 15.

The Top 15 were announced in front of a select audience of industry insiders, Elite executives and past finalists. Anouk from the Netherlands and Tristan from France were announced as Overall Winners

For the first time, the final was a live photoshoot event titled the Elite New Wave Party. The Top 15 were shot by Vogue Italia while guests enjoyed a champagne reception, allowing them to see the images being created. 

Scroll down to meet the Top 15 Finalists 2015.

2015

Chiara

Chile

Qiman

China

Kristian

Czech Republic

Simon

Denmark

Mathilde

France

Tristan

France

Mathilde

Italy

Anouk

Netherlands

Mattia

Netherlands

Leia

Reunion Island

Andreea

Romania

Lea

Slovakia

Maria

Spain

Benjamin

Switzerland
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