Q Management: Sonja Wanda

Sonja is from Norway born in Sudan. She has worked in London, New York, Paris, Milan, etc.
According to her FMD (Fashion Model Directory) profile, she has been doing shows since ’03.
Some of her more notable shows are:
Dries Van Noten, Akris, Vivienne Westwood, Alvin Valley, Baby Phat, Fendi, Iceberg, Imitation of Christ, Jeremy Scott, Just Cavalli, Karen Walker, Kenzo, Laura Biagiotti, Nicole Farhi, Proenza Schouler, Temperley, Tracy Reese, Heatherette, Imitation of Christ, Matthew Williamson Tribute, Catherine Malandrino, Marc Jacobs, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Mary Ping, Ralph Lauren, Ruffian, Zac Posen, & MaxMara.

Sonja is so beautiful and versatile. She can be soft as seen on her Elle cover or dynamic and bold. It took me a while to find some different images on her because she obviously is not working as much as I would hope she should. She’s signed with Q Management http://www.qmanagementinc.com & She has her own site: http://www.sonja-wanda.com
I really want to see her doing much more editorial and campaigns this year.







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One Response to “Q Management: Sonja Wanda”
  1. MR. CHAP says:

    simply beautiful

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