SHE was labelled the world’s most beautiful girl at the age of 10 – and six years on she’s still taking the modelling world by storm.
Thylane Blonde, from France, first shot to fame when she appeared in a Vogue photoshoot that critics claimed “sexualised” her at such young age.
In the shoot, she wore high-heels and a full face of make-up, as well as expensive jewellry.
But she was also decided as the “most beautiful” child in the world by people admiring her cherubic face.
And now she’s set to claim the title of “most beautiful adult” as she secures her spot in the high-fashion industry at the age of 16.
Yesterday, Thylane was spotted in the front row of Michael Kors show at New York Fashion Week.
The young starlet paid tribute to the famous designer, donning $10, 640 (£8050) worth of his clothing.
This included a leopard-print silk shirt and green trousers.
Since the Vogue controversy, Thylane’s career has gone from strength to strength.
As well as starring in ad campaigns for Chanel, Lacoste and Ralph Lauren, she was also chosen as the face of L’Oreal Paris in April.