Coco Rocha fashion model
September 10, 1988
5 ft 10 in | 178 cm
33-24-34 in | 84-61-86.5 cm
54 kg | 119 pounds
7 US | 37 EU
Coco Rocha was born in Toronto, Canada, on September 10, 1988, is an Canadian model. She was discovered at an Irish dance competition in Vancouver (2002), at the age of 14, by modeling scout Charles Stuart. Her breakthrough came when she opened Christian Lacroix couture show in Paris (2006).
She is one of the top 30 model of 2000s.
Long time highly ranked on the The Money Girls and The Industry Icons List by models.com.
Appeared in Pirelli calendar (2008).
Her hobby is Irish step dancing.
Close friend with supermodel Behati Prinsloo.
She married artist James Conran in 2010, they have one son and one daughter.
She is of Irish and Ukrainian descent.
She became first fashion model to have more than one million followers on Google+ (2012).
She featured in short documentary film Letters to Haiti (2011) with Behati Prinsloo.
She hosted the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards white carpet.
Was one of judges in first season of Oxygen network reality show The Face (2013).
Marie Claire Mexico and Latinoamerica, Harper's Bazaar Serbia, Elle, Allure Korea, Flare Magazine, L'Officiel Italia, Vogue Italia, Harper's Bazaar Mexico and Latin America, Citizen K International, Madame Figaro, Harper's Bazaar China, Schön, Vogue Thailand, Vogue Latino America, Flair Germany, Dazed & Confused Korea, Sunday Telegraph UK, Glow Magazine, Vogue Mexico.
Nic + Zoe, Longchamp, Banana Republic, Sass & Bide, Massimo Dutti, Diesel Fit your Attitude Campaign, Fashion's Night Out, Shinsegae, L'Oreal, Americana Manhasset, Ports International, LOFT, Esprit Collection, Coca Cola Light.
Walked runway for Zac Posen, Jean Paul Gaultier, Christian Siriano Silhouette Fragrance, Miu Miu, John Galliano.
Represented by agencies New York IMG, Barcelona Uno Models, Sydney IMG Australia, Toronto Spot 6 Management.
There is time for work, and time for love. That leaves no other time.
Success is often achieved by those who don't know that failure is inevitable.
I don't know why women want any of the things men have when one the things that women have is men.
I always wear what I'm comfortable in. If one designer doesn't like what I'm wearing, the next one will.
Mothers have a huge influence on how their daughters view themselves and how they treat their bodies.
Girls need to know that we are all unique and that we should all celebrate our unique beauty because it comes in all different shapes and sizes.