Crystal Renn fashion model
June 18, 1986
5 ft 9 in | 175 cm
39-32-43 in | 99-81-109 cm
65 kg | 143 lbs
9 US | 40 EU
Crystal Renn was born in Miami, Florida, U.S., on June 18, 1986, is an American model.
Crystal was discovered in her home town in Clinton, Mississippi, at the age of 14, by model scout.
She made her catwalk debut for Elena Miro and Jean-Paul Gaultier in 2006.
Long time highly ranked on Industry Icons List by models.com.
She was America's highest paid plus-sized model (2010).
Featured in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2012.
She released her first book "Hungry: A Young Model’s Story of Appetite, Ambition and the Ultimate Embrace of Curves" in 2009.
Becomes one of faces of Jean Paul Gaultier in 2010.
Becomes the face of Jimmy Choo in 2011.
Good friends with Brad Koenig, Chanel Iman, Tyra Banks, Hilary Rhoda and Roby Lawley.
She was married to Gregory Vrecenak (2007-2009).
Lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Now Wakes the Sea (2017) short in role as The Woman
The Puppet Man (2016) short horror thriller in role as Christine
Elle Russia, Harper's Bazaar Serbia, Elle Serbia, Elle Brasil, Elle Italia, Harper's Bazaar Singapore, Black Magazine, Manifesto, L'Officiel Singapore, Vogue Ukraine, Harper's Bazaar Brazil, Harper's Bazaar Spain, S Moda for El Pais, Stylist Magazine UK, The Hunger, Allure Russia, 10 Magazine, Antidote, Vogue Mexico, Schön Magazine, W Korea, Tush, Paper Planes, ES Magazine, Glamour U.S.
Philipp Plein, Redken, Reem Acra, Fenton, Hogan, Lord & Taylor, Barneys, Marina Rinaldi, Dsquared2, Jean Paul Gaultier, Agent Provocateur, Jimmy Choo.
Walked runway for Baja East, Cushnie et Ochs, Chanel, Zac Posen.
Represented by agencies Elite Paris, London Storm Management, MP Stockholm, Full Picture New York.
I want to empower women about diversity. So you’re not like anybody else? Well, guess what – that’s the best thing about you!
The Internet offers us this access to each other that can be really magical.
People might look at my Instagram and think that I’m being very private, because the images aren’t overt.
Women have come so far in the past 100 years. But what holds them back is lack of confidence and self-hatred. Those two things can affect every part of your life.
I like to think of myself as a child of the world. I really am based in New York but I find that even though I'm based there, I'm gone more often than not.