Steve Gold Age Height Facts Fashion Campaigns

Steve Gold model

Steve Gold model

Birth Date

March 1, 1985


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color


Eye color



6 ft 1 in | 186 cm

Steve Gold for Tommy Hilfiger Spring Men's Show

Steve Gold for Tommy Hilfiger Spring Mens Show


38 in | 97 cm


37 in | 95 cm


31 in | 79 cm

Shoe size

11 US | 44 EU

Steve Gold for Iceberg Man's Clothing Campaign

Steve Gold for Iceberg Man's Clothing Campaign

Facts Age

Steve Gold was born in Stamford, Connecticut, United States, on March 1, 1985, is an American male model and real estate broker. He was discovered after his friend brought him to a casting call in Manhattan.

Steve began his modeling career at the age of seventeen, he signed to Major Model Management in New York City.

He made his modeling debut for Louis Vuitton in Paris.

He is also luxury real estate agent, who is now a senior sales associate at Prudential Douglas Elliman, got his license in 2007.

Gold's hobbies are tennis, skiing, surfing and ice hockey.

Regularly post photos on Instagram with his dog, Pablo who he rescued from shelter in Georgia.

He has two older sisters.

He dated New York City socialite, Brittny Gastineau (2018).

He started dating Luiza Gawlowska in August 2018, they have one daughter, Rose.

Lives in New York City.

TV shows

Featured in reality television series Million Dollar Listing New York (2017-2018).


Vogue Hommes, Arena Magazine, Details, GQ Germany, GQ Magazine Spain, Z Magazine, Vogue Russia, Pop Magazine.

Advertising campaigns

Jack Victor, Barney's, Husky, Givenchy, Iceberg, Sasch, Salvatore Ferragamo, Armani.

Fashion Shows

Walked runway for Iceberg, Tommy Hilfiger, Louis Vuitton, Givenchy and Giorgio Armani.


Represented by agencies Major Model Management New York.

Steve Gold for Jack Victor Fall Winter Men's Collection

Steve Gold for Jack Victor Fall Winter Men's Collection


Life is a continuing education.

Women are made to be loved, not understood.

Love is blind but friendship is clairvoyant.

I’m not super into celeb culture, I treat them like any other client and I think that’s kind of what they want.

Last year I sold well over $100 million in real estate. I want to be the best at what I do, I always have, I've always been a competitor my whole life. So I don't like to be beat by anyone.

I don't need to fake being someone I'm not. Someone should hire me because of my knowledge. I am what I am, and so far it's worked for me.

I didn’t want to do this job badly enough to just sell studio apartments or rentals to college kids, if you’re gonna do it, do it big.