Imaan Hammam’s fierce ascent into the top tier category of fashion model has without doubt projected her to become one of the industry’s most recognizable supermodels.

The Moroccan and Egyptian descendant made her fashion debut in 2013 when she walked for Jean-Paul Gaultier, Givenchy, Hermes, Proenza Schouler, Chanel, and Valentino. Since then, Hammam has become the choice subject for renowned fashion photographers Steven Meisel, Craig McDean, Annie Leibovitz, David Sims, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, and Inez & Vinoodh.

Porter Magazine’s Editor in Chief, Lucy Yeoman’s, has named her “the supermodel of our times,” while Helena Suric, Bookings Director at Vogue, describes Imaan Hammam as “observant, unself-conscious, a rare type of model who can step effortlessly into whichever character a story requires.”

These qualities have proven true, allowing Hammam to boast an impressive title of holding the most international Vogue covers of any model in 2017. Her ever-growing cover resume includes the Arabic, British, Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, Dutch and coveted September issue of American Vogue, along with Allure, Teen Vogue and Porter Magazine.

Imaan’s ability to represent an array of brand ethos’ is solidified by her standout campaigns for luxury houses and commercial brands alike. From Tiffany & Co, Revlon and Chanel, to Shiseido, H&M, Target, and Calvin Klein, Hammam continues to prove indispensable season after season.

Imaan Hammam currently resides in Brooklyn, New York and is represented by DNA Model Management.