Ms [Stephanie Joy] Field, 18, has been nabbed by New York modelling agency Next and will model at Paris Fashion Week this week.
The country girl grew up in Jugiong, northeast of Wagga, in NSW.
Her father, Michael Field, is the head of T.A. Field Estates - one of the biggest wool producers in the country.
Field joins a long list of regionally raised catwalk success stories.
The willowy model was scouted by Chic Management in her early teens but decided to finish her HSC before beginning her modelling career.
Field said she felt some of the life experience she'd gained on the farm would help her with her modelling.
"You have to be organised in the country, otherwise it's a 30-minute drive into town," she said.
The Daily Mail added this week:
The farm girl has just walked the runways for top fashion brands Céline and Valentino, as well as taking part in a show for Sacai.
She told Sydney's Daily Telegraph 'I'm so excited, a little bit nervous. There are a lot of emotions going through my mind at the moment.'
Field was scouted by modelling agency Chic in her teens, but decided to finish her HSC before pursuing modelling.
She believes the hard work ethic she learnt on her family's farm, will help her cope with life working in the fashion world: 'I think some of the life experience I've had living on the farm will help me with my modelling.
'You have to be organized in the country, like what food you need if you're having people over - otherwise it's a 30 minute drive into town.'
PS: When I first featured her she was 5'7.5" now she's 179cm which is almost 5'9"