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Harvey Newton Haydon

Harvey Newton Haydon fashion model

Birth Date

July 18, 1988


United Kingdom

Sun Sign


Natural hair color


Eye color



6 ft 1 in | 186 cm

Harvey Newton Haydon male model photos


38 in | 96 cm


38.5 in | 97 cm


30 in | 76 cm

Shoe size

10 US | 43 EU


Harvey Newton Haydon was born in London, United Kingdom, on July 18, 1988 is an British hot male model. He was discovered in New York City in a nightclub by model scout Kevin Holloman in 2009. Long time highly ranked on The Money Guys List by Harvey's hobbies are sketching designs, playing football and riding a motorbike.

Appeared in fashion magazines D'Scene Cover, Peplvm Magazine, Fault, GQ Brasil, The Hunger Cover, CLIENT, Tetu, Fiasco, Essential Homme, U Magazine, Flaunt, WWD, Supplementaire, I Love Fake Cover.

Appeared in advertising campaigns for Dior Beauty, Hugo Boss, CALLIOPE, Roberto Cavalli, Joop, Gieves & Hawkes, Givenchy, French Connection, Cacharel, Firetrap, H&M, L'Oreal, Swatch, John Richmond.

Walked runway for Ashley Isham, Gieves & Hawkes, Band of Outsiders.

Represented by agencies New York CLICK, Paris New Madison, Milan I LOVE Models Management, Next London, Barcelona Sight Management Studio.


Being a model is like having a VIP access card to that world you don’t ever think you’ll be a part of.

I’d like to be an awesome fashion designer that has a great label, the creative director of a brand and bring as much of my personal style in it as possible. In a different life, I would have loved to be a cowboy or a rancher.

The fact that I have tattoos makes it even more of a stereotype so I try to wear long sleeves as much as possible.

Every job I turn up on is a new experience in itself so even if I’m doing a test shoot or a massive campaign; you always get what you give. So if you put in 100%, you’ll always get a profitable experience out of it.

I do look at myself and look at my story and think I’m an average guy who happened to stroll into it. It was something that was quite strange to me.