The call of the style


Sometimes, all it takes is answering a call.
Just Logan Langley.
The 13-year-old male model has walked in New York Fashion Week and has a lengthy modeling resume even though he is barely into his teens.
According to his mother, Julie, Logan’s fashion journey began by showing up to a model call at a local department near his home in Knoxville, Tenn.
That one opportunity to model turned into more opportunities.
Back in Tennessee, Logan has modeled for the West Town Mall Fashion Board and walked in local charity fashion shows. He also is currently a model and brand ambassador for At21 Boutique, maker of handcrafted bowties, in Chicago.
Logan’s modeling career ramped up in 2019 and 2020 when he walked in New York Fashion Week. Things got really moving for Logan when he competed in the Magnifique Modeling Showcase in Covington, La., which was produced by former “America’s Next Top Model” contestant Victoria Henley.
At Magnifique, Logan placed among the Top Three Overall models and won Audience Choice award.
This spring, he was planning on participating as a model and advocate for anti-bullying at the Second Annual Influence Fashion Experience in Loxley, Ala. Logan produced his own commercial for the event called “Advice from a Friend: Never Give Away Your Power.”
Logan also is slated to model for actor and fashion designer Carlyle Williams at the Kentucky Derby Fashion Weekend in May.
Logan, just a teenager, is also working his way behind the scenes at fashion.
Logan is producing three fashion showcases for the PAWcasson Fashion Event powered by Magnifique and IHeartRadio in Knoxville, Tenn., in May. He will be showcasing the versatility of bowties by At21 Boutique and men’s wardrobing by custom clothier Marc Nelson Denim, the hand-inked designs of Grammy nominee and local artist and radio personality Wayne Bledsoe and the orange and white fashions in the spirit of the University of Tennessee.
Modeling keeps Logan busy but the model also finds time to get out into the great outdoors. He indulges in scuba diving, wrestling, target and skeet shooting, fishing, and a variety of other outdoor activities.

Photos by Lynn Henley Photography

Designer: Carlyle Williams