PIC: Young Clare model featured on this month’s cover of Vogue Italia

Irish lad Aidan Walsh has joined the big leagues today, as he has found himself on the cover of Vogue Italia.

According to the Clare Herald, the Ennis native is a classically trained ballet dancer currently completing his second year at the Bird College of Dance and Theatre Performance in London.

Away from his studies, he has been modelling part-time and is currently represented by Tomorrow is Another Day Model Agency, also based in London.

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Did we mention he’s only 18-years-old?

The cover was shot by renowned photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggot and focuses on ‘youth’.

Other celebrities who have graced the cover of the Italian style bible include Kate Moss, Kate Upton, Gisele Bundchen and Naomi Campbell.

From Clare to the cover, fair play Aidan!

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