Definition of walk for in English:

walk for

phrasal verb

  • walk for someone or somethingModel the clothes of a particular designer or fashion house at a fashion show.

    ‘she's walked for Chanel and Vivienne Westwood’
    • ‘Montana has walked for some of the world's most coveted fashion houses.’
    • ‘We had 3 models that walked for the amazing designer Kesia Estwick.’
    • ‘The model has a lengthy relationship with the fashion house, having walked for Calvin Klein in 1987.’
    • ‘We've also seen her walking for Saint Laurent and Chanel.’
    • ‘There's at least 6 shows per day at LA Fashion Week and I often see the same models walking for multiple designers.’
    • ‘Crystal Renn is walking for everyone!’
    • ‘Two different looks: Cara walks for Jason Wu and sports a preppy guise at DKNY.’
    • ‘Looking elegant in golden fish-tail gown, she walked for Rocky on the penultimate day of the four-day fashion event.’
    • ‘His runway career began when he walked for Givenchy in 2012, and he has previously posed for Swedish underwear label Bjorn Borg.’