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Model of the Year 2016

Jordan Barrett

Ondrej Navratil

Ondrej Navratil

December, 19th 2016

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Model of the Year 2016

Jordan Barrett

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The Models.com Model of the Year (MOTY) Industry Awards are the voice of over 250 voters representing a wide range of the industry's top professionals, including many of the industry's tos and a wide range of the next generation of the industry's emerging creative talents.

This year's Model of the Year, Industry Choice: Jordan Barrett

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Model of the Year 2016

Jordan Barrett

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Jordan was scouted when he was 14 by a model scout from IMG Australia. When thinking he had strayed the card, Jordan's mother discerned it and then contacted the agency through e-mail, where he signed the contract.

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Model of the Year 2016

Jordan Barrett

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In September 2015, Barrett starred in an issue of VMAN magazine and Arena Homme+ SS Magazine, shot by Stephen Klein.

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Model of the Year 2016

Jordan Barrett

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Jordan has featured in campaigns for Tom Ford, Balmain, Calvin Klein, Versace, Moschino as well as Coach alongside Kate Moss. Barrett has graced the covers ofVogue, CR Book by Carine Roitfeld, The London Times, Wonderland Magazine, 10 Magazine, Numéro Homme and Hercules.

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Model of the Year 2016

Jordan Barrett

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According to Vogue, “If you liked 90s-era Leonardo DiCaprio, you’ll love Aussie newcomer Jordan Barrett.” In less than a year and a half of modeling, Barrett has worked with many of the fashion industry’s leading image-makers. 

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Jordan, ever the chameleon, simultaneously caught the attention of Bruce Weber and Steven Klein, two legendary photographers known for their equally exacting, if disparate, aesthetics.


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Model of the Year 2016

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Last spring, he was the lone subject of a MoMA PS1 large-scale portrait exhibition photographed by Collier Schorr. The duo also produced an independent art zine to complement the aforementioned photo series aptly titled @IBlameJordan in homage to his ever-growing social media nom de guerre.

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