Stephanie Seymour fashion model
July 23, 1968
Blue / Green
5 ft 10 in | 178 cm
37-28-38 in | 94-71-96.5 cm
67 kg | 148 pounds
9.5 US | 40 EU
Stephanie Seymour was born in San Diego, California, U.S. on July 23, 1968 is an American supermodel. Stephanie began her modeling career at the age of sixteen for local newspapers and department stores. Seymour is best known for her work with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issues and for brand Victoria Secret from 1993 to 1999. She also posed for Playboy. Stephanie starred in film Pollock (2000) opposite Ed Harris and appeared in three music videos by Guns N' Roses.
Has been on the cover of American Vogue, W Magazine, Elle France, Vogue Espana, Flair, Vogue Australia and Germany, Surface, Harper's Bazaar UK, Harper's Bazaar Turkey and Thailand, Flaunt, Elle Japan, Vogue Paris, i-D Magazine, Vogue Japan, Interview Germany, Sunday Times Style, Town & Country, L'Officiel Malaysia, Le Monde M, Elle Spain.
Appeared in advertising campaigns for Victoria's Secret, Helmut Lang, Sisley, Gap, Loewe, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Valentino, Dior Beauty, Chantelle, Salvatore Ferragamo, Jason Wu, Estee Lauder, Barneys.
Represented by agencies New York Paris Milan London Sydney IMG.
Grooming is 10 times more important than makeup. I use a hair gloss with a teeny bit of color in it that makes my hair very shiny.
I prefer my body after I've had kids to before. I like a womanly, shapely figure. I'm more secure as a woman. I know who I am.
I really learned a lot from collecting clothes because I got to go back into the history of fashion and fashion photography and jewelry. It changed how I felt about fashion and about what I did forever because I used to look a little bit down on myself for it.
I always had difficulty as a model just being myself. I can be very shy, and I used to have a lot of anxiety about working on set.
If you want to be a model, then you should probably become an actor. That's the only way to get hired to do the great advertising campaigns that are really interesting or the magazine covers, and it's hard to build a name for yourself as a model without those things.