Prodigy Model Savannah Rae Collins Begins Her Domination of the Industry

Welcome to Face Time. DFW Style Daily’s exclusive series goes beyond the runways to get to know top models on a personal level. Our interviews with Myles Crosby, Donny Boaz, Carlotta Lennox, Daniel Crouch, Sirisha Reddy, Atti Worku, Tracy Ripsin, Roxanna Redfoot, and many more, have captured the attention of thousands. They’ve also proved, beyond a doubt, that Texas-based models are among the most fascinating and accomplished in the country. So many accomplishments, so many more to come. At only 14-years-old, Collins has walked her way through New York Fashion week and is going to California for a Glamour Magazine advertisement shoot.

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Name: Savannah Rae Collins Hometown: Sunnyvale, TX Agency: Freelance Notable Clients: Samuel Wong, Toni & Guy, Bentley+Lace, Elena Polluto DFW Style Daily: How and when did you start your career with modeling? Savannah Rae Collins: “Two years ago I would have laughed if somebody suggested that I could become a model. I was really into acting and singing but modeling wasn’t even in the picture. About a year ago I was trying to get headshots and the photographer was like ‘you’re 5’10 and 13-years-old, why aren’t you modeling?’ So I joined a Time For Print (TFP) group and I was invited to a group photo shoot and I had so much fun and it just came natural to me so I’ve been modeling since then.” DFW Style Daily: What do you enjoy most about modeling? Savannah Rae Collins: “There’s so many things I love about it. I like the traveling, making new friends and just feeling like a supermodel. But I think that the main thing that I love is becoming the character. It’s really magical whenever you really feel like the princess or a goddess and it leaves you with a really inexplicable feeling and the magicness really shows into the photos.”
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DFW Style Daily: What was your biggest challenge for you when you first started modeling? Did modeling help you discover new things about yourself? Savannah Rae Collins: “I think that my biggest challenge is my age and having to prove I am reliable and trustworthy. Getting international or even national jobs is a challenge because I have to have my mom with me and then it made me realize what a big role acting has been in my life (no pun intended “big role”).” DFW Style Daily: Describe the most memorable moment or project you worked on so far. Savannah Rae Collins: “My most memorable moment in modeling was probably stepping out on a New York runway for the first time. The venue was amazing and it felt magical. Another memorable moment was when I recently found out I’m going to California to shoot an ad for Glamour Magazine.” DFW Style Daily: Tell me about your special talents or hobbies. Savannah Rae Collins: “I’ve been acting and singing since I was eight and I’ve had some amazing opportunities to sing with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra with my choir and perform at the Meyerson Symphony Center countless times and most recently I had the opportunity to audition for the Voice. I didn’t make it this go round but it was a great experience and I’m excited to try again next year.” DFW Style Daily: Describe your perfect day off and what you like to do in your free time. Savannah Rae Collins: “My perfect day off is spent with a big book and comfy blankets. You’ll most likely catch me reading Harry Potter, The Fault In Our Stars or my new fave, The Red Queen.”

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DFW Style Daily: Who is your biggest inspiration or role model? Savannah Rae Collins: “Probably my mom. She used to model and I really look up to her. She taught me to walk like I own the place and I owe it to myself to follow what I love.” DFW Style Daily: What are your current modeling goals and future plans? Savannah Rae Collins: “I really just want to keep moving forward and make sure I’m with an agency that I can pursue acting as well as modeling. Obviously I still have my freshman year of high school still on my plate but modeling is still a big part of my life and I have New York Fashion Week coming up and I have an invitation with a group of models for the Teen Choice Awards so I’m definitely keeping busy.”

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