Grenadian Brit Narguis Horsford, has worked for the London Overground for 10 years and driven trains for the past five. It was fate that would see her embark on a modelling career in the midst of a global pandemic, when the Head of her Department came and asked her if she would agree to model for one of the world’s most influential publications. Joking she would only consider this if the title was Vogue, she was stunned to find out that it was indeed esteemed editor Edward Enninful and his team who were calling. The title was paying homage with its July issue, to the millions of key workers keeping the UK going. Narguis was celebrated with a British Vogue cover shot by top photographer Jamie Hawkesworth, and her first interview with Vogue’s Feature writer Olivia Marks. It would be fate that would intervene again and lead her to sign with Storm. Narguis’ best friend’s mother would speak of the recent shoot with Vogue to another friend, who just happened to be best friends with the owner of Storm - the celebrated model agent Sarah Doukas. Forever passionate about giving an opportunity to the most interesting talent, Sarah and her team recognised Narguis’ beauty, strength of character and relevance in a commercial world forever changed by Covid. Committed to her role at London Overground, Narguis is also passionate about supporting Age UK, music, fitness, fashion designer Tom Ford, and with making a positive impact on people’s lives through her work.