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The Profile: Neelam Kaur Gill
Everybody has a story about beauty. And in The Profile, a new evolution of Rose Inc.’s Go-See feature, some of the world’s most intriguing people share theirs. In this intimate interview series, we get (virtually) up close and personal to explore their definitions of beauty, path to self-confidence, and the power of femininity. The Profile presents these compelling personalities in a new light—one that illuminates their own journey, dreams, and desires while highlighting their unique relationship with beauty.

In the not-so-distant past, fashion models were thought of as little more than beautiful clothing hangers. This has slowly shifted through the decades—sped up by social media over the past few years—and now many models are able to use their platforms and notoriety for more than just representing brands. Neelam Kaur Gill, who made her catwalk debut for Burberry as a teen and went on to be the first British-Indian model to star in a campaign for the brand, is one of those models.

True to the values of Gen Z, the 25-year-old uses her influence to make an impact by talking about her struggles with anxiety and depression, as well as bullying and racism. Like her first gig with Burberry, she’s also racked up a lot of firsts for representation and diversity in fashion. Rose Inc. caught up with the model to discuss her Bollywood icons, how her relationship with fashion has changed, and the beauty treatments she swears by, ahead.

"...being on my own for months during lockdown made me realize how self-sufficient I am."

Neelam Kaur Gill photographed in London by Danika Magdelena.