Kinga Rajzak

Kinga Rajzak

Kinga RajzakKinga Rajzak Top Model Celeb Bio, Images, photos, video. Kinga Rajzak was born on March 7th, 1987, in Slovakia. Initially compared on a physical level to former model James King, Rajzak’s early impressions of the fashion industry left her skeptical about becoming a model herself. She assumed that the designers would be unfriendly, their clothes would be ridiculous and the women would all be hollow and skinny. And, while some models indeed are, Rajzak soon realized that the really famous ones usually have some spunk (Sometimes too much spunk. Naomi Campbell, we’re talking to you). “To really achieve something in fashion as a model you have to have personality, thus you must give a meaning to your body, work it, and make it interesting,” Rajzak has said. “I think those who really made it to the top have way more to offer than just nice bodies.”

Kinga Rajzak officially entered the modeling circuit just before her 18th birthday as a ready-to-wear model for various autumn/winter 2005 collections. Splitting her time between Milan and Paris, the ready-to-wear assignments had her wearing the work of Jil Sander, Nina Ricci and Yohji Yamamoto. By year’s end, her portfolio would boast names like Alexander McQueen, Chanel and Y-3.

Through 2006 and over the course of 2007, Kinga Rajzak continued to heat up the fashion runways while also drawing attention to herself in magazines and advertisements. Armed with contracts from industry heavyweights like IMG, FM Agency, Uno, and Mega Model Agency, she was active on the ready-to-wear circuit in every seasonal show. Highlights during this period included designs by Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton, Chloe, Christian Dior, Vera Wang, and return engagements for Jil Sander, Nina Ricci, and Alexander McQueen.

Kinga Rajzak’s magazine editorial debut came in the July 2006 issue of V. Within four months, she would show up in Teen Vogue, and by the end of 2007, she would be photographed twice for the French and Italian editions of the magazine. Rajzak’s ad and catalog work came to fruition when she was hired as a face for Y-3 (one of her original clients) and as a catalog model for Neiman Marcus.
kinga rajzak models for dolce & gabanna and alberta ferretti
Kinga Rajzak started 2008 as the face of Anna Molinari and added to her list of prestigious runway work by modeling for Givenchy and Yves Saint Laurent in Paris, as well as Tibi in New York. In the magazine world, Mark Pillai featured her in a Dazed & Confused pictorial, which she would add to with similar work for Another Magazine, V, and Vogue (French and Italian).

In 2009, Kinga Rajzak found new ad projects and made the leap from magazine editorials to magazine covers. After participating in the Paris couture shows for Valentino, Elie Saab and Givenchy, she sealed the deal on three advertisement clients. First, she became a face for Balenciaga, which was followed by campaigns for Alberta Ferretti and PHI. Kinga Rajzak also graced the cover of the March 2009 Italian issue of Vogue and now stands at No. 11 on Models.com’s list of the top 50 models.

Kinga Rajzak CHANEL Fall-Winter 2013/14 video

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