TOPSHOP announces the Holiday 2016 campaign line-up.

Comprising nine exciting and emerging faces, this year’s campaign stars are champions of unique style and show the endless possibilities of dressing for the Holiday season. From playful metallic fringed mini dresses, velvet suiting in rich forest green, edgy vinyl to delicate pretty ruffles, TOPSHOP’s Holiday collection provides a stylish festive wardrobe to customers based in all four corners of the world.

TOPSHOP Creative Director, Kate Phelan says,  “This season is about the individual spirit of a woman – she no longer wants to be part of a tribe, she has her own style. For the Holiday campaign I wanted a family of new faces that have a different type of beauty from one another. I don’t tend to match looks in an obvious way, I like to mix in unexpected elements and use the power of styling to draw out personalities.”

The line-up of models is wearing the famous brand's 2016 Holiday collection such as its recent street wear collection, faux fur jackets, sequin roll neck dress, oversized jackets and more. Tell us what you think! 


Lottie Moss

Lottie Moss

landed her first Vogue Paris cover earlier this year just weeks after attending the TOPSHOP Unique Autumn Winter 2016 show and sitting alongside fellow cover star, Lucky Blue Smith. Since then, her modelling career has seen a meteoric rise with numerous global campaign deals and fashion editorial placements.


Londone Myers

was discovered in Washington, D.C. whilst working as a post-mortem assistant. The Georgia-native has a down-to-earth attitude and unshakable fascination with medicine, setting her apart as a new kind of ‘it’ girl.


Damaris Goddrie's

full lips and bobbed curly hair has caught the eye of style titles around the world. Her Latin heritage and Dutch upbringing blends perfectly into her effortlessly sexy and laidback personal style.

Jing Wen

Jing Wen

was becoming a regular on catwalks in New York, London, Paris, and Milan, but her Vogue China cover in November 2015 cemented her place in the global fashion community. With several campaigns under her belt, Jing has quickly become one of the most recognisable faces from China.


Cami Moronne

The daughter of male supermodel Maximo Morrone and Argentinian actress Lucila Solá. The Los Angeles model also runs a successful and much-followed personal blog where she shares her tips on health and fitness, showing the world that hard work definitely pays off. 

Stella Maxwell and Marjan Jonkman(1)

Stella Maxwell

Irish heritage and international upbringing in Belgium, Australia, and New Zealand laid the groundwork for her eventual global stardom. Stella’s been a fashion mainstay since her catwalk debut in 2009, and has starred in many campaigns around the world.


Kiki Williems

piercing gaze and tough catwalk strut has made her one of today’s most recognisable models. The Dutch model’s choppy, fire-engine red hair has given her an editorial edge and landed her appearances in style titles around the world.