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Charlotte Nolting

Charlotte Nolting is a German model that has walked the runways, appeared in editorials and has been in various ad campaigns.

Personal Details

  • Nationality: German
  • Height: 5’ 10.5”
  • Bust: 33.5”
  • Hips: 35”
  • Waist: 24”
  • Hair Color: Light Blonde
  • Eye Color: Blue

Agencies

Charlotte Nolting is signed with Elite Stockholm, Modelwerk Hamburg, elite Copenhagen, Dominique Models Brussels, Traffic Models Barcelona, Storm Model Management London, Monster Management Milan, Women Management Paris and Wilhelmina New York. Her mother agency is Modelwerk Hamburg.

Work History by Year

In 2010 Charlotte Nolting appeared in an editorial for the May issue of Amica that was called Casting Joy. She appeared in an editorial for the May issue of Tush that was called Like Teen Spirit. She appeared in an editorial for the June issue of Elle France that was called 1 Vetement, 4 Possibilities. She appeared in an editorial in the fall that was called Breaking the Rules for Schumacher FAVES. She appeared in an editorial for the December issue of Teen Vogue that was called Little Monsters. She appeared in an editorial for the December issue of Indie Magazine that was called Rollin’ Over.

In 2011 she appeared in an editorial for the May issue of Achtung Magazine that was called Gefasste Haltung by Oliver Helbig for Achtung. She appeared in an editorial for the June issue of Vogue Germany that was called The Art of Kissing. She appeared in an editorial for the September issue of Test Mag that was called Lavender. She appeared in an editorial for the September issue of Jalouse that was called Grain De Beaute. She appeared in an editorial for the October issue of Jalouse that was called Charlotte by Damon Baker. She appeared in an editorial for the October issue of ASOS that was called Never Let Me Go. She appeared in an editorial for the November issue of Achtung Magazine that was called Minimalismus am Main. She walked the fall show for Prada and she walked the spring shows for Jill Stuart and Theory.

In 2012 she appeared in an editorial for the September issue of IO Donna that was called Signor(a)si. She was in the fall ad campaigns for Unger and Joop Homme wild Fragrance Commercial.

In 2013 she appeared in an editorial for the January issue of Zeit Magazine that was called Fashion Week Berlin. She appeared in an editorial for the April issue of A Magazine that was called City Style 2.0. she appeared in an editorial for the May issue of Achtung Magazine that was called Super Nixen by Gregor Hohenberg. She appeared in an editorial for the July issue of Vanity Fair Italy that was called Piccole Donne by Esther Haase. She appeared in an editorial for the fall issue of KaDeWe Magazine that was called Die Herbst Zeitlosen. She appeared in an editorial in October that was called Charlotte by Leo Krumbacher for Myself Germany. She appeared in an editorial for the November issue of Forget Them Magazine that was called The Lost Soul. She was on the January cover of Zeit Magazine. She was on the March cover of Sure Magazine. She walked the spring shows for Honor, Thakoon, Pamella Roland, Band of Outsiders, The Row, Badgley Mischka, Dennis Basso, Sophie Theallet, Dion Lee, Nanette Lepore, Naeem Khan, Michael van der Ham, Roksanda Ilincic, Fay, Kristina Ti, Byblos, Antonio Marras, Les Copains, Gabriele Colangelo, MSGM, Roccobarocco, Genny, Roland Mouret, Manish Arora, Maxime Simoens, John Galliano, Moncler and Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.

In 2014 she appeared in an editorial for the February issue of D Magazine that was called Moda 08/02. She appeared in an editorial in February that was called Tops on the Rocks for InStyle Germany. She appeared in a video editorial that was called Asylum-A Monster Film. She appeared in an editorial for the April issue of The Ground Magazine that was called Regrets Last a Life Time. She appeared in an editorial for the August issue of IO Donna that was called Soft Appeal by Marco La Contre. She appeared in an editorial for the September issue of REVS Magazine that was called Alone in Kyoto. She appeared in the fall ad campaign for Piazza Sempione. She was on the September cover of REVS Magazine. She walked the fall shows for Kye, Dion Lee, Nicholas K, Desigual, Ruffian, Vivienne Tam, Tracy Reese, Dennis Basso, Badgley Mischka, Naeem Khan, Bibhu Mohapatra, Lie Sang Bong, Noon by Noor, Byblos, Emporio Armani, Les Copains, Gabriele Colangelo and Uma Wang. She walked the spring shows for Lisa Perry, Honor, Adam Selman, Rebecca Taylor, Vivienne Tam, Karen Walker, Parsons, Badgley Mischka, Sophie Theallet, Pamella Roland, Jenny Packham, Osklen, Delpozo, Moschino, Blugirl, Angelo Marani, Gabriele Colangelo, Antonio Marras and Roccobarocco.

In 2015 she appeared in an editorial for the March issue of Sunday Times Style Magazine that was called Let The Music Play. She appeared in an editorial for the spring issue of Material Girl Magazine that was called Charlotte by Julia Grossi. She appeared in an editorial for the April issue of Marie Claire Netherlands that was called Charlotte by Hans van Brakel. She appeared in an editorial for the July issue of Tatler that was called Rhapsody in blue by Stephanie Pfaender. She appeared in an editorial for the September issue of Glamour Germany that was called Let’s Dance. She was in an ad campaign for Dazzle. She walked the spring shows for Adam Selman, Pamella Roland, Rebecca Minkoff and Monse.

Her look books include the 2014 look books for Acne Studios, Tracy Reese, Zara and Frame denim and the 2015 look book for Liu-Jo.

References

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