Amelia Hamlin lands first Vogue cover: ‘A dream’

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Amelia Hamlin is a Vogue girl now.

The model, 21, stars on the cover of Vogue Japan’s April 2023 issue, wearing a pixel-inspired Loewe look and bright blue eyeshadow.

“My first Vogue cover… im on the cover of Vogue!??? What!!!! This is one of those dreams that always felt so unattainable. A dream so far away, I was unsure if it would ever become part of my reality,” Hamlin captioned a series of photos from the spread on Instagram Thursday.

“I’m beyond honored, grateful, and speechless … Little me is freaking out.. and so is current me.. thank you thank you thank you forever. I love you my heart is melting,” she added.

Mom Lisa Rinna commented that she’s “proud” of her younger daughter, and older sister Delilah Hamlin wrote, “I’m so beyond proud of you.”

Hamlin has been ramping up her modeling career, recently walking in fashion shows for LaQuan Smith, Balenciaga and, most recently, making her couture debut for John Paul Gaultier last month.

And the young star isn’t afraid to take risks, having shaved off her bleached eyebrows “for fashion” — and a photo shoot — last year.

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Mom Rinna has also become a fashion superstar, making many memorable appearances at January’s couture shows as well as at a Lakers game in Los Angeles last month, where she showed up wearing a bra and boxers.

Rinna also popped up at London Fashion Week in February before heading to Paris — in even more statement-making styles, of course.

Perhaps we’ll see Hamlin hit the catwalk before the shows end.

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