Cayley King can credit her inclusion on the list of freshest faces in the industry, at least in part, to her father. The Indianapolis native signed with an agency shortly after her father submitted photos unbeknownst to the fledging mannequin. She made her debut as a Versace exclusive in the brands' spring/summer 2016 show.
In only a short time, Cayley has sat for legendary photographers including Craig McDean, Mario Sorrenti, Terry Tsiolis and Mert Alas & Marcus Pigott. The 19-year-old's delicate, doll-like features are a dead ringer for a young Kate Moss, making her a strongly desired camera subject. Select editorials for Cayley include Vogue Italia, Interview, i-D, British Vogue, V Magazine, Vogue Mexico, Vogue Japan and several international editions of Elle.
Cayley has walked the runway for Moschino and most recently joined Dolce & Gabanna's cool-kid class of influencing millennials.
Most recently, the American beauty appeared on the cover of Elle Mexico wearing all Dolce & Gabanna and breaking up the grunge scene of a local skate park with soft looks and glinting couture. Cayley has also graced the covers of Harper's Bazaar Germany, Black Magazine, Numero Russia and French Revue de Modes.