On the Fall2023 runway, she made an impression on the runways of Gabriela Hearst, Molly Goddard and Chloé, among others. “I absolutely love walking the Chloé runway. It feels right at home at this point,” says Romero. “I know everyone involved in the production, and the models have become my friends.” A recent favorite has been walking the runway at the Hollywood Bowl’s Fear of God show. “That was one of the coolest experiences I’ve had so far,” Romero said. “It’s great to be home and walk through a space I’m very familiar with in such a different context.”
Her most recent show is Resort Dior2024 ) speech in Mexico City last Saturday. “I’ve always wanted to work in Mexico, so this was my debut and it was an incredible experience,” Romero said. “When my mom found out I was confirmed to walk the catwalk, she felt like she embodied that—because of our Mexican heritage, and because the first fragrance she bought was Dior.” Given that the collection itself pays homage to Mexican culture, her The clothes designed have special meaning to Romero. “The collection is amazing, expressing gratitude for Mexican culture, and the designer really took the time to do the research to capture the authenticity of the country,” said Romero.
What’s the next step for the rising model, after such an explosive period? She plans to continue the momentum, hoping to keep walking the catwalks for major fashion houses. “I love this job because I never know what my next step is. I just like to go with the flow,” Romero said. Still, she agrees she’s off to a good start. “The past few years have been the craziest years of my life – so many different trips and destinations. I’m excited to see what’s next.”
Below Inside Romero’s runway for Dior.