Savannah Caterino at Rosewood Hotel Georgia
Savannah Caterino is a fresh face from League Models who hails from the beautiful west coast. Based in Vancouver, this 18-year-old has been modeling for four years, and when working with her on a recent shoot for luxury fashion boutique Colton’s Couture, she nailed every set-up.
With a theme of 1980s movies, the stylist created the black-on-black base outfit from the Spring/Summer 2019 collections of Alexander Wang and 3.1 Phillip Lim. With the addition of a grey camouflage parka from Fall/Winter 2018 from Canada Goose, Hunter Boots, and a classic Eugenia Kim NYC beret, Savannah propelled around the historic Rosewood Hotel Georgia in the downtown core of Canada’s most fashionable city.
Savannah’s journey began years ago with her first scouting at 13 years old while attending a music concert, and at a local grocery store. Now with League Models with agent Tricia Romani, Savannah is prepping to travel to Milano.
Known as the ‘fashion capital of the world,’ Milano is home to Milan Fashion Week which is organized by the National Chamber of Italian Fashion. For a model of Italian heritage, being able to visit is a dream.
“I am very excited about the possibility to travel to Milano. Ever since I was young, I have wanted to visit my family in Italy and experience the culture. The architecture is so beautiful, and the fashion runways are always flowing with designers such as Versace, Prada, and Miu Miu. It is a dream but one that I am working very hard towards,” says Savannah.
Before we leave Savannah, I had to ask her about her favourite shoot so far in her career. She relayed a great story about a farm location shoot with fashion photographer Chris Haylett.
“On the farm, I got to ride a horse and shoot some photos with a couple of pigs. It was by far one of my favourites days, not only because of the amazing team I got to work with, but because I got to be around animals.”
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Stylist / Photographer: Helen Siwak