Wouter Peelen fashion model
January 26, 1987
6 ft 2 in | 187 cm
36 in | 93 cm
37 in | 96 cm
29 in | 75 cm
12 US | 45 EU
Wouter Peelen was born in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on January 26, 1987, is an Dutch male model. He was discovered after his girlfriend took photos of him and sent to an agency. He began his modeling career in 2012, signed to modeling agency Tony Jones Model Management in Amsterdam.
Peelen's hobbies are drawing, going to the gym, playing soccer and running.
He studied sports management and business in college.
Long time highly ranked on The Money Guys List by models.com.
GQ Spain, Mojeh Magazine Cover, DA MAN Style Cover, Manuscript, So' Chic Magazine, Vogue Hombre Cover, GQ Italia, GQ Brasil, Esquire Spain, British GQ.
Michael Kors, Tiffany & Co., Calvin Klein, La Perla, Cartier, Gap, Adolfo Dominguez, Daks, Salvatore Ferragamo, Vichy, Club Monaco, Giorgio Armani, Fay, Ermenegildo Zegna, Canali, Loewe, H&M, Hugo Boss, Trussardi, Jimmy Choo, Nautica, Hermes, Joe Fresh, Scotch & Soda, Giorgio Armani, Vera Wang.
Walked runway for Nautica, Joseph Abboud, Canali, Dirk Bikkembergs, Massimo Dutti.
Represented by agencies New York VNY Models, Paris Bananas Models, Los Angeles Next LA, Barcelona Sight Management Studio, Elite London.
I never thought to become a model, I’ve never given much attention to the fashion industry. My plan was to work in the sport business, for example at a big sport brand at the Marketing department or PR.
First of all I like to work with different people, that’s the most important. I also like traveling and see different places.
I thinks there’s always a strong competition and that makes it hard to work in this business. I don’t think it’s harder for male models then for the females. I think it’s the same.
I think it is all about confidence. Being relaxed and being yourself are really important in this business.
Since I was a kid, I have always had the feeling that I could become an entertainer, singer, actor or whatever … I still think there will be a moment when I will continue to another field.