Top model Grace Bol is styled by Patrick Mackie in futuristic, chainmail-inspired fabrics for modern-day warrior goddesses. Txema Yeste captures Grace in ‘Future Of Fashion Starts Here’ for Harper’s Bazaar US March 2019./ Hair by Ali Pirzadeh; makeup by Frankie Boyd
Grace Bol wears her patriotic color French style in ‘Red, White & Blue’, styled by Helen Broadfoot. Photographer Mehdi Lacoste captures Grace for Porter Magazine #30 Winter Escape./ Makeup by Jenny Coombs
If top model Grace Bol was ‘Born To Stand Out’, her quiet, unassuming persona is not a dead-giveaway, writes Laura Craik for Porter Edit’s October 19, 2018 issue. Helen Broadfoot styles Bol in Gucci, Carolina Herrera, Versace, Galvin, Saint Laurent and more for images by Mehdi Lacoste.
Bol is another of the South Sudanese models dominating fashion headlines. Widely interviewed, we learn that the 5’11” beauty arrived in Kansas City, Mo at age eight, after her family fled the violence of South Sudan to Uganda.
Grace was astounded over Kansas winters. “The shock of the snow,” she recalls with a smile. “I never saw snow before in my life. I never knew it could get that cold. It took time to adjust – it was not easy. I remember seeing ice on the ground. I touched it and was shocked. I thought it was a powder. I still think snow is beautiful, especially in Central Park.”
Model Grace Bol is styled by Natasha Royt in 'Shape of You', lensed by Jason Kibblerfor Vogue Australia September 2018./ Hair Pasquale Ferrante; makeup by Ralph Siciliano
Top model Grace Bol is styled by Daniela Agnelli in 'Noblesse Oblige' elegance, lensed by Kuba Ryniewicz for Vogue Poland April 2018.
Model Grace Bol delivers a smashing performance in 'Pure Beauty', a study in 21st century sophistication styled by Christiane Arp. Photographer Giampaolo Sgura partners with Bol to create memorable, top-tier, high-fashion images that create an adrenaline shock to our style senses in Vogue Germany May 2018. Fabulous! / Hair by Peter Gray; makeup by Maud Laceppe