Edie Campbell fashion model
September 25, 1990
5 ft 10 in | 178 cm
33-25-36 in | 84-63.5-91.5 cm
56 kg | 123.5 pounds
7.5 US | 38 EU
Edie Blanche Campbell was born in Westbourne Grove, London, United Kingdom, on September 25, 1990 is an English hot model. Campbell was discovered by British Vogue editor Lucinda Chambers and she began her modeling career same year in a Vogue feature by Mario Testino. Long time highly ranked on Industry Icons List by models.com. Edie was named "Model of the Year" at the British Fashion Awards in London, December 2013. Edie's hobbies are swimming, boxing, riding horses and listening to music.
Has been on the cover of Glamour Paris, Vogue Germany, Industrie Magazine, W Korea, Modern Weekly China, Vogue Italia, Vogue Japan and China, Air France Madame, i-D Magazine, Twin Magazine, S Moda for El Pais, Elle France, Document Journal, American Vogue, Grazia UK, Self Service, Love Magazine, British Vogue, Elle Japan.
Appeared in advertising campaigns for Versace, H&M, Mango, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Roberto Cavalli, Fendi, Yves Saint Laurent Beauty, Sandro, Tiffany & Co., Zara, Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Marc Jacobs.
Walked runway for Kenzo, Chanel, Stella McCartney, John Galliano, Isabel Marant, Yves Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Valentino, Mugler, Prada, Hugo Boss, Paco Rabanne, Anthony Vaccarello, Miu Miu, Givenchy, Giles, Proenza Schouler, Victoria Beckham.
Represented by agencies New York DNA Models, Viva Model Management Paris, Viva Model Management London, Sydney Priscilla's Model Management.
It's very good for you, riding. You know how every model is like, "I do yoga." Well, I find horses have the same effect.
There’s more to life than what you look like on the outside, but I guess first impressions count.
Maybe I'm being idealistic about acting and the idea that they would hire people purely based on their talent and not on their looks. But I don't know if I would be a very talented actress anyway.
I'd like to work with horses but it doesn't pay very well. Maybe I'd like to go somewhere in the Middle East because they keep buying really nice horses for their Olympic teams—like, the Qataris.