Henry Kitcher is a male model that has walked for Vivienne Westwood, Dries van Noten and Valentino.
Henry Kitcher is signed with Tomorrow is Another Day in Cologne.
In 2014 Henry Kitcher walked the spring shows for Lou Dalton, Richard Nicoll, Tiger of Sweden, Comme des Garcons, Lanvin, Paul Smith, J Lindeberg, VFiles, Richard Chai, Duckie Brown, General Idea, Siki Im, Mark McNairy, Tim Coppens and Patrik Ervell. He appeared in an editorial for the June issue of Hero Online that was called SS15: Ones to Watch.
In 2015 he walked the fall shows for Balenciaga, Christopher Shannon, Matthew Miller, Alexander McQueen, Andrea Pompilio, MSGM, Antonio Marras, Melinda Gloss, Sacai, Hermes, Lanvin and Hunter Original. He walked the spring shows for Matthew Miller, James Long, Costume National, Prada, Antonio Marras, MSGM, 22/4, Sandro, Carlos Campos, Plac, Public School, Duckie Brown, Ovadia & Sons, Tim Coppens, Billy Reid, Siki Im, Orley, J Lindeberg, Versus and Osman. He appeared in an editorial for eh spring issue of GQ Style UK that was called Trends & News. He appeared in an editorial for the October issue of L’Officiel Hommes Germany that was called Enjoy the Ride. He was in the fall ad campaign for Topman.
In 2016 he walked the fall shows for Alexander McQueen, Costume National, Neil Barrett, Vivienne Westwood, Diesel Black Gold, MSGM, Off-White, Valentino, Dries van Noten, Sandro, Ximon Lee and Vivienne Westwood. He appeared in an editorial for the spring issue of 10 Men Magazine that was called The Dark Lands. He appeared in an editorial for the February issue of GQ UK that was called Looking Dapper. He appeared in an editorial for the March issue of ODDA Magazine that was called Class of 1969. He was in the spring ad campaign for Versus.
His look books include the 2015 look book for Off-White and the 2016 look book for Topman.