Forbes features 14 year old Nigerian, Jordan Oguntayo in 30 under 30 list

Forbes features 14 year old Nigerian, Jordan Oguntayo in 30 under 30 list

While the average age of participants and selected finalists for Forbes 30 under 30, falls around 27 years, Jordan Oguntayo has amazed many by breakin

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While the average age of participants and selected finalists for Forbes 30 under 30, falls around 27 years, Jordan Oguntayo has amazed many by breaking the record as the youngest to be featured in the list at only 14.

The United Kingdom based Jordan features in the Arts & Culture section as the most booked and youngest child model in the world.

Majority of the participants featured in this year’s list are over 25.

The child model has been on a mission to be the most booked model since he was seven years of age and has made strides in his career. While this mission might seem far-fetched, Jordan outdid himself to make this dream a possibility.

Jordan has collaborated with an extensive range of established brands. His portfolio is filled with brands like Dior, Moncler, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, and Primark.

He has also been one of the most prominent faces for Zara since 2018 and continues to establish his career in the industry. His years in the industry have been adventurous, to say the least.

Jordan’s recent travels in cities like Berlin, Budapest, Coruna, Barcelona, Amsterdam, and Sophia also propelled his career. His tenacity attracted more brands, including but not limited to Harrods, Ted Baker, Massimo Dutti, Next, and Milk Magazine.

While his career is filled with countless achievements, he refuses to take his foot off the gas. This driven star maintains a robust work ethic that will undoubtedly take him to new heights of success in the near future.