Antonia “Toni” Garrn is a German mannequin. In 2008, she received her huge break within the design enterprise after marking a restrictive settlement with Calvin Klein. Toni Garrn was conceived Antonia Garrn in Hamburg, Germany (7 July 1992). Her dad works for a petroleum remedy facility and her mother is a businessperson.
She has a extra seasoned sibling, Niklas, who’s moreover a mannequin. When Garrn was two years of age, she moved together with her household to London, and later to Athens when she was six. By the age of ten, she shifted again to Hamburg together with her household.
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When Garrn was 13, she was discovered in the course of the 2006 FIFA World Cup in her outdated neighborhood Hamburg, and afterward marked with New York workplace Women Management. Garrn appeared on the runway at age 15 as a choose for the Calvin Klein Spring/Summer 2008 runway present in New York. She at that time proceeded to be included within the architect’s promotion campaign.
The accompanying season, she once more strolled just for Calvin Klein. In the 2009-seasons, she strolled greater than 60 exhibits for famend creators, for instance, Stella McCartney, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Hermès, Dolce and Gabbana, Michael Kors and others throughout fashion week.
She has proven up in Vogue (Paris, Italy, Germany, Russia, China) Harper’s Bazaar (US), I-D, and on the fronts of Tush journal and V journal because the eighth positioned mannequin of spring 2008. She moreover secured the February 2009 model of Numéro for his or her #100 problem. In mid-2012, she returned the Top 50 Models Women-rundown of the worldwide demonstrating website fashions.com, positioning within the twentieth spot.
She was first included on the rundown in 2009, in the long run topping within the eleventh spot. In 2014, she works along with the German denim mark Closed and plans her line of pants. Continues from the offers of her Closed T-shirt, her “Toni” pants for girls might be given to a basis that facilities across the instruction of little children in Africa.