Filipino-British kid models for American fashion brand GAPPosted on April 8th, 2012 under We are Pinoys!
Delancey Rose Bayudan Van Meir [via Manila Bulletin]
Three-year-old Filipino-British Delancey Rose “Dee” Bayudan Van Meir model is making a name for himself on the international modeling scene at a very young age.
Little Dee’s outstanding claim-to-fame is for being selected to model for the children’s line of the famous American clothing line, Gap.
She’s the sole kid with Filipino roots to be selected for Gap Kids’ collaboration with distinguished designer Diane Von Furstenberg.
The advertisements for the line were released in Canada and the United States last March 15 and was released worldwide on March 28.
Dee landed the job last year through the New York-based modeling agency Generations Model Management.
Dee will be seen next on a glossy with fashion magazine Vogue Bambini for its May 2012 issue.
The Gap stint isn’t Dee’s first modeling job as she modeled for US discount retailer, Target, in 2011.
Dee was born to Filipina mother, Hazel Bayudan, a nurse and clinical instructor based in New Jersey and to British father, Brendon John Van Meir, a professional drummer from Bristol England.