photographer @danielagerosaph model: @bronwyn_kenny_\n\n

photographer @danielagerosaph model: @bronwyn_kenny_

Another one, for modelling and creative agency Not Another, as Kildare-born model Bronwyn Kenny took to the catwalk in Milan last night, wearing an effortlessly cool collection, by Jil Sander. 

With faces such as Oisin Murphy and Kate Valk on their books, Not Another Agency are really changing preconceptions about what it means to be a model in Ireland.

Worlds away from the bikini-clad girls on Grafton St. or the tourist-friendly Aran knit photoshoots, Not Another wanted to break away from those industry standards, by representing a collective of faces that were the antithesis to many of the country's more commercial, household names – both in look and gender. 

With connections in some of the biggest agencies in the world, like Selected, Elite and Wilhelmina, Not Another founders, Emma Fraser and Dean McDaid, don't overly push their models to work internationally, but word of this new generation of male and female Irish models is clearly spreading.

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Milan Fashion Week 

And at age 19, all 5'9" of Bronwyn Kenny seems to be going down quite well on the world's stage.

Already no stranger to the runway, the Leixlip native rubbed shoulders backstage with some huge names in the industry last night, such as Ratner and Frederikke Sofie as she wore Look 53 for Jil Sander, a brand built on tailoring. 

Hair by Eugene Souleiman

Before the show, Bronwyn, who's described on Not Another's site as having blue eyes and blonde hair, had her hair dyed red by the amazing Wella Professionals Global Creative Director and ghd Ambassador, Eugene Souleiman and his team.

Also now represented by D1 Models in London and New York, we're predicting big things for Bronwyn, so check back here for updates on her world domination... and Not Another's too! 

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