Why This Gender-Neutral Model Is the Breakout Star of Milan Fashion Week

Gender nonconforming model Oslo Grace opened for Gucci — one of the most anticipated shows of the spring 2018 season — at Milan Fashion Week on Wednesday.

The model came down the runway clad in a logo sweatshirt and skirt, paired with calf-length socks and flats with bow detailing.

Oslo Grace, Gucci
Gender-neutral model Oslo Grace opens the Gucci spring 2018 runway show.
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In their personal life, the model opts for androgynous pieces, sporting baseball caps, suits and jean jackets.

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As far as footwear goes, Grace chooses sneakers and brogues that might be seen in both men’s and women’s departments.

Grace — who began modeling just seven months ago — is in the midst of a busy first runway season. After landing the opening spot in Gucci’s show, the model took to Instagram to share their excitement about the future of their modeling career, writing: “I am grateful, stunned and excited for what’s to come.

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