Part-Arab Model Malika El Maslouhi, dominating at New York Fashion Week

Part-Arab Model Malika El Maslouhi, dominating at New York Fashion Week

The high fashion action kicked off during this season’s New York Spring Fashion Week 2020 collections and among the stars that captivated everyone when she was on the runway, was the part Arab Model Malika el Maslouhi. Moroccan-Italian beauty Malika el Maslouhi has a beauty fit for any mold you put her in. Putting to good use her versatility and her dynamic presence, Maslouhi was seen walking the ramp in shows like Chanel, Christian Dior, Richard Quinn, Ralph Lauren.

She has been featured in British Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and the Dutch version of Vogue. El Maslouhi was also the star of the March 2019 issue of Vogue Arabia.

Top American fashion magazine “Vogue” has named Moroccan-Italian model Malika el Maslouhi one of the best performers at New York Fashion Week (NYFW) in the spring of 2020.

Born in Milan, Italy to an Italian mother and a Moroccan father, the 18-year-old has made a name for herself in the elite world of high fashion after being scouted by Why Not Model Management. Based in Milan, El Maslouhi is also signed with agencies in London, Paris, and Barcelona.

“Milan is really important to me, I love it,” says Moroccan-Italian model Malika El Maslouhi, who was raised in the Italian capital. “I think what’s great is that it’s big enough to have everything you need but at the same time not too big to walk around.”

In addition to her work on the runway, el Maslouhi has been the face of campaigns for popular brands such as H&M, Zara, and Urban Outfitters.

Mashouli is committed to using her difference to forge a successful career. “It’s important to be visible. I think I have something to say and I want to be an example for the new generation”, she continues.

The Moroccan-Italian model is a favorite of Jeremy Scott, who is the artistic director of Moschino, and of the acclaimed French fashion designer Simon Porte Jacquemus.

Among all the experience she has had, she still deems walking for Dior’s Resort 2020 show in Marrakesh as her most memorable career highlight to date, stating that she had “never felt this much at home working”