Iekeliene Stange

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Iekeliene Stange
Stange modeling for Michon Schur, Fall 2006 show, New York Fashion Week, 7 February 2007.
Born (1984-07-27) 27 July 1984 (age 31)
The Netherlands
Ethnicity Dutch
Modeling information
Height 5 ft 9.5 in (1.77 m)
Hair color Brown
Eye color Blue

Iekeliene Stange (pronunciation: EE-kuh-LEE-nuh; born 27 July 1984) is a Dutch fashion model.

Stange was scouted in Rotterdam during her college days. At the time, Stange was a multimedia design student.

Stange is signed with Women Management in Milan and Marilyn Agency in New York City.[1] She has been featured in print advertisements for Marc by Marc Jacobs, Dolce & Gabbana and Sonia Rykiel. She has appeared in runway shows for Chloé, Chanel, Emmanuel Ungaro, Christian Dior, and Kenzo, as well as opening for Marc Jacobs' spring show.[2] Stange famously removed her shoes whilst opening the Marc Jacobs show due to difficulty walking in them. Stange's personal style is influenced by Tokyo street fashion.[2][3] Of her style, she says, "I like crazy, colorful clothes."[3] Stange gave up on trying to maneuver the catwalk in slippery shoes at the Marc Jacobs Spring 2007 runway show, she kicked off her sandals — to much applause — and continued the walk barefoot. It took fifth spot on the "Top Five Runway Falls" list by New York Magazine.[4]

During Berlin Fashion Week, Iekeliene released a solo photography exhibit titled I Like Ponies.


  1. ^ "Iekeliene Stange". FMD. 
  2. ^ a b Iekeliene Stange: Model Scout:
  3. ^ a b Iekeliene Stange Profile
  4. ^ "The Top Five Runway Falls". New York Magazine. 30 August 2007. 

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