Like many models, Erin Cummins was scouted by an agency at a young age. But unlike her peers, the small-town Washington native was selected to represent the United States at the 2011 Miss World pageant in London just a year into the game.
Runway shows for renowned designers like Carolina Herrera, Emilio Pucci and Oscar De La Renta followed, along with spots in ads for elite labels like Fashion Nova and Guess—catch Cummins posing in red lingerie for the latter in an ongoing global campaign:
Beyond her modeling work, Cummins also works closely as a volunteer for It’s Bigger Than Us, a Los Angeles-based organization that organizes large events like toy drives and meal services to help families in need.
Erin Michelle Cummins hails from a small farming community in Seattle, Washington, beginning her modelling journey at the age of eighteen. The drop-dead gorgeous up-and-comer was scouted by a modelling agency,
which led to her representing the United States at the 2011 Miss World pageant at the age of nineteen — only a year into the modelling game.
View this post on Instagram