Vogue Italia, April 2006: Steven Meisel shoots Coco for her first Vogue Italia cover and makes an exclusive contract with the model. Thus, Coco becomes one of the most buzzed-about models of the moment.
Dazed & Confused, October 2006: Being on the cover of the fashion-forward Dazed & Confused confirms Coco as the model of the moment.
i-D, November 2006: First-name recognition and an issue devoted to her places Coco among the most in-demand models.
Numéro, January 2007: The rare combination of strong features and a chameleonic nature is what makes Coco such an exciting model.
Vogue Italia, February 2007: With fellow It girl Hilary Rhoda.
Vogue Italia, November 2007: With fellow Canadian model Meghan Collison.
W, March 2007: One of “3 Cover Girls,” along with Irina Lazareanu and Lisa Cant.
Vogue Korea, May 2007: That same month, Coco is also featured on the cover of Vogue.
Vogue, May 2007: Coco is chosen for this issue hailing the new crop of supermodels, along with Raquel Zimmermann, Sasha Pivovarova, Agyness Deyn, Jessica Stam, Hilary Rhoda, Doutzen Kroes, Chanel Iman, Caroline Tentini, and Lily Donaldson.
Numéro Tokyo, May 2007: Here, Coco shows her versatility, easily transforming into a seductive vixen for the Eroticism issue.
Numéro, November 2007: Black, blonde, or now red hair, Coco is not afraid to take risks.
Vogue Korea, December 2007
Muse, June 2008: Coco is one of two covers for this month—looking mysterious and glamorous; Erin Heatherton gets the other, photographed by Hans Feurer.