American male model Dominique Hollington was born in 1990 in Bronx New York, and was discovered one day in 2008 while he was shopping in Harlem. Shortly after his discovery, Dominique went on to sign with Red Models and was featured as a newcomer on Models.com. Since then, he has enjoyed moderate success as a male model and been involved in several shows and advertising campaigns. When he is not modeling, Dominique says he enjoys playing video games, football, and chess and listening to Lil Wayne. Besides his toned, muscular physique, Dominique is also known for his full lips and wide smile.
Dominique Hollington made his debut at the spring Givenchy show in Paris, as an exclusive in June 2008. Later on that year he was featured on the fall cover of CITY where he was photographed by photographer Zach Gold and was also featured by 10 Men as a face to watch. In 2009, Dominique walked in the Vivienne Westwood and Versace shows in Milan as well as the Duckie Brown show in New York, the spring Versace, the Yves Saint Laurent, the Jean Paul Gaultier, and the Thierry Mugler shows in Milan and Paris. Dominique has also walked in the Thom Browne show, the Givenchy show, the Y-3 show and done walks for Jeremy Scott and DKNY.
Besides all of these high profile walks, other professional modeling accomplishments of Dominique Hollington include modeling for the 40th anniversary Gap ad campaign, modeling for Puma’s spring ad campaign, and modeling for Macy’s catalogue. Editorials that Dominque has been featured in include Man About Town, 10 Men, Italian GQ, British GQ, Japanese Vogue Hommes, and i-D editorial. In 2010, Dominique Hollington left his longtime agency of Red Models to sign a contract with the modeling agency DNA. Since then, he has remained relatively quiet within the industry, though most expect him to still remain active in the fashion world for several years to come. Given his youth and attractive build, he will remain a viable option for designers looking for a muscular male model to showcase their designs.