Eniko is famed for her versatility; she has a face for every situation. A chameleon, she is a photographer's dream. While you likely won't see her on the runways, or as the face of many ad campaigns, she has created a vast portfolio of editorial work. You might not even recognize her from shoot to shoot, as she embodies each character, from romantic beauty to stunning glamor girl, avant-garde muse, to simple girl next door.
Enikő Mihalik is a Hungarian model who rose to prominence after placing 4th in the Elite Model Look 2002 and is known for her work with Dutch photography team Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.
Her career started on the runway. She debuted at the Chanel haute couture show, Fall 2006. She walked for only a few designers each season thereafter, but in the S/S 09 shows, she got her big break. She walked for over 50 designers internationally, including Givenchy, Blumarine, Moschino, Diane von Furstenberg, and Versace. Mihalik was one of the fresh faces to land in one of the fourteen covers of V magazine fall 2008 issue. Each cover boasts a head shot of a famous model, either from the new crop of leading models, it was lensed by duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.
Her campaign work includes Cesare Paciotti, Gucci, Kenzo, MaxMara, Samsonite by Viktor & Rolf, and Barneys New York. She has also worked with Retro and Paola Frani.
Her face is also seen regularly in magazines, occasionally on covers. She has graced the cover of top fashion magazines i-D, V, Self Service, and most recently Vogue Japan and Vogue Italia Beauty. Her face is also seen in the pages of Vogue and Numero.
Mihalik is currently ranked No. 9 on the Models.com Top 50-Women List. She loves board games, cartoons, and Hungarian food, sushi, and bagels. She sleeps with a teddy bear named Bubu and wears slipper socks.