Howdie Grace Barton!

High school senior, Grace Barton, turns her dreams into reality.


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Grace posing for one of her favorite types of shoots.

By Kylie Walters, Staff Writer

The Wrangler: What inspired you to join the modeling community? 

Barton: A lot of people have told me throughout my life that I looked like a model and it always seemed like a dream job that was so far out of reach so when I  came into contact with an agency I wanted to go for it because it felt like I could finally live that dream. 

The Wrangler: What kind of modeling do you do

Barton: I do photo shoots and runway shows. 

The Wrangler: Who is your biggest supporter? 

Barton: My mom is my biggest supporter. 

The Wrangler: How long have you done modeling? 

Barton: I have done modeling for about 8 months now. 

The Wrangler: What is your favorite part about modeling? 

Barton: My favorite part about modeling is getting to get glam and take pictures. 

The Wrangler: What is it like in the modeling community? 

Barton: The modeling community is very different from anything I’ve ever been around everybody knows everybody so if you’re a model that has a bad rep you most likely wont get hired by other agencies because they will have already heard about you. 

The Wrangler: Who is your biggest inspiration in modeling? 

Barton: My biggest inspiration is Gigi Hadid I feel like I have similar features to her, and she is such a wellknown face in the industry, and I love the work she does and what she stands for and she is absolutely beautiful. 

The Wrangler: What pushes you to keep going? 

Barton: My dream of being a famous model in New York Is what keeps me going. 

The Wrangler: How do you use fashion every day?

Barton: I use fashion everyday through the outfits I wear. I am very into fashion and I love to dress and put different pieces together and express myself through the clothes I wear. 

The Wrangler: What is your future in modeling? 

Barton: Right now, being a senior in high school and entering college next year, I am not sure what my future in modeling holds. 

The Wrangler: What did you learn while modeling? 

Barton: I learned that you must accept yourself for who you are and the way you look and that you should be confident about your body and not compare yourself to other models because you have your own special unique qualities.