Cerys Wrigley-Moss features in Vogue and walks fourth Fashion Week season, aged just 16
A rising star has featured in Vogue and walked her fourth London Fashion Week season, aged just 16.
Cerys Wrigley-Moss, of The Crescent, Gestingthorpe, is a former student of Hedingham School and Sylvia Young Theatre School in London.
Despite achieving great success in the world of fashion and dipping her toes into acting, Cerys is determined to continue with a formal education and is studying law, sociology and drama at Ormiston Sudbury Academy.
She said: “Fortunately, I’ve been lucky enough to attend the most amazing events where I have been able to meet so many talented people and travel to so many interesting places.
I am being given the opportunities to experience many unforgettable moments that I’ll cherish for the rest of my life and hopefully I am able to do what I am most passionate about and continue to achieve my dream.”
Cerys starred on the catwalk at London London Fashion Week between September 15 and September 19, having first appeared when she was 14.
This season she walked for designer John Herrera’s Armada collection and featured in a fashion presentation for Billie Jacobina’s SS18 collection.
Her mum, Karen Wrigley-Moss, said: “Cerys has modelled for international designer campaigns as well as designer look books, editorials, and been in lots of magazines and many other shoots.
“Education is still her main focus over acting and modelling until she’s 18.
“She could have gone to college three days a week for acting but she wants to focus on educational subjects too.”
Cerys’ latest achievements have seen her published in British Vogue look books a total of ten times, Vogue Italia seven times and appear on the front of Fashions Finest official magazine cover.