Lucky Blue Smith
June 4, 1998
6 ft 2 in | 188 cm
Runway and catwalk, Street style, Shirtless body, Underwear, Backstage, Hairstyles, Fashion magazines images...
38 in | 98 cm
38 in | 86.5 cm
29 in | 73 cm
12 US | 46 EU
Lucky Blue Smith was born in Spanish Fork, Utah, United States, on June 4, 1998, is an American hot male model. Smith was discovered at age of 10, signed to fashion modeling agency NEXT Model Management by the age of twelve. Long time highly ranked on models.com list of the Top 50 male models. Lucky's favorite hobbies are painting, drawing and writing poetry. His mother Sheridan is a former model. Also he is the drummer, with his three sisters formed a band The Atomics. He had the second highest number of social media followers of all male models in the fashion industry. Entire Smith family are Mormon.
Appeared in fashion magazines GQ Magazine U.S., Vogue Paris, At Large Magazine, Prestige Magazine, DA MAN Style, GQ Style Turkey, Harper's Bazaar Thailand Men, Vogue Ukraine, L'Oreal, DSECTION, L'Optimum Thailand, Elle UK, L'Officiel Hommes Singapore, ODDA Magazine, Wonderland, WWD, 10 Men, L'Officiel Hommes Italia, Xoxo Mag, Harper's Bazaar China, Modern Weekly China, Jalouse, Rollacoaster Magazine.
Appeared in advertising campaigns for Isenberg, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Tom Ford, Philipp Plein, CFDA.
Walked runway for Balmain, Berluti, Dsquared2, Ermanno Scervino, Etro, Emporio Armani, Philipp Plein, Ralph Lauren, Ports 1961, Moschino, Porsche Design, Billy Reid, Bottega Veneta, Versace, Jeremy Scott, Public School, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Dunhill.
Represented by agencies Next New York, Next LA, Next Milan and Paris.
My poetry is about relationships and the hookup culture of New York.
Yeah, I message people all the time. Like, usually they just say, “You’re really cute,” and I’ll just be like, “Oh, thanks. You too.”
One of my favorite shots was on these, like, lava rocks — but moss was growing on it, and I was lying on it, and it was really green, and the picture was really pretty.
I’d been scouted in New York a bunch of times, but I never wanted to be seen as just an attractive person. I felt frustrated when people asked if I was a model.
Walking is pretty easy. You just have to be confident, like not caring. And honestly, people think about their walk too much, so they try to do something really interesting, but the designers hate it.