With her striking bone structure and piercing stare, this stunning model has the looks to make it as as fashion’s next It Girl.
But you won’t see Shudu Gram on the catwalk with Gigi or Kendall anytime soon – because she is actually just a computer-generated image.
Shudu is the creation of British photographer Cameron-James Wilson, 28, who has spent the last decade working in the fashion industry.
She has already grabbed the attention of brands and made headlines when a picture of her ‘wearing’ one of Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty lipstick shades was re-posted by the brand’s own Instagram account.
Indeed she is so lifelike that even some of her 30,000 Instagram followers are apparently unaware that she’s not real.
One posted: ‘Wow you don’t even look real sooo perfect.’ Another agreed: ‘YOU’RE TOO PERFECT TO BE REAL.’
Shudu is billed as the ‘world’s first digital supermodel’.
Speaking to journalist Isiuwa Igodan, Wilson explained that he has always enjoyed drawing women and that Shudu initially began as a creative project without any ‘purpose’. He said the model is an embodiment of all of his passions.
‘The point is really that I’m doing something I love,’ he said. ‘I love technology, Sci-fi films, gaming, CGI movies like Final Fantasy, Shudu is just everything I’m passionate about brought together. She embodies the best parts of the things that inspire me.’