Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Top Model Photo Gallery, Celeb Bio, Images & new.Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Top Model Photo Gallery, Celeb Bio, Images & new. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley born 18 April 1987 is an English model and actress.

While a 15 years old student, she undertook work experience at West End, London-based model agency Profile, before taking her GCSEs. Signed after graduating in summer 2003 aged 16, her first modelling session was for a Levi’s jeans commercial. She got her first big break in January 2004 when she travelled to New York for a shoot with Teen Vogue.  She later made her catwalk debut alongside Naomi Campbell in New York in Spring 2004, and was then photographed by Bruce Weber for Abercrombie & Fitch.

In early 2006, she was tipped to be “the next Kate Moss” by fashion experts, picked as one of five international models to look out for in the following 12 months. She was signed that year to American lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret, making her debut for the brand at the brand’s 2006 show in Los Angeles.

Huntington-Whiteley remained unknown outside the fashion industry up until 2008, when she was cast by chief creative director Christopher Bailey, replacing Agyness Deyn for Burberry’s autumn/winter campaign with actor Sam Riley.

She got her first British Vogue cover on the November 2008 issue, alongside Eden Clark and Jourdan Dunn in a feature celebrating British models. The following year, she was featured as the face of Karen Millen’s spring/summer 2009 advertising campaign. Huntington-Whiteley received an Elle Style Award for 2009’s “Model of the Year”. She starred in a short film for Agent Provocateur playing a woman whose boyfriend forgets Valentine’s Day.

For fall/winter 2009, she modelled campaigns for Godiva and Miss Sixty. In February 2010, Huntington-Whiteley officially became a Victoria’s Secret Angel,[citation needed] modelling for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City.

In 2010, she posed nude for the Pirelli Calendar, which was photographed by Terry Richardson. Huntington-Whiteley hit the runway for designers Prada in Milan and Giles Deacon in Paris.

For SS10 her advertising campaigns included Monsoon’s first underwear line, Thomas Wylde, Full Circle, and VS Online.  In March, she collaborated with VOGUE.COM to share her outfit choices daily for the Today I’m Wearing feature. She appeared on the covers of the May 2010 issues of Harper’s Bazaar Russia and GQ UK.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was featured on the cover of LOVE Magazine’s September issue, styled as a pinup girl.  For FW10 she modelled for Burberry as well as the company’s first Beauty line ad; her other advertising campaigns included Loewe, Thomas Wylde, and Leon Max. Fashion photographer Rankin devoted a book entirely to her entitled Ten Times Rosie. Rankin thinks Huntington-Whiteley puts diversity back into fashion: “We’ve been looking at very, very skinny, almost masculine girls for a long time. [Rosie] really is the model of the moment. She’s the actress of the moment. She’s definitely going to become something much, much bigger.” Celebrity make-up artist Ruby Hammer, who has worked with Huntington-Whiteley for years, described her as the “quintessential” English rose.

In March 2011, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley landed her first solo British Vogue cover. In May, she was voted No. 1 in Maxim Magazine’s “Hot 100” list. She was also voted No.1 in FHM’s World’s Sexiest Woman 2011 poll. She appeared on the covers of the UK’s July issues of Elle and GQ.

Huntington-Whiteley was unveiled as the face of Burberry’s newest fragrance, Burberry Body, in July 2011.

As of July 2011, she ranks No. 15 on “The Money Girls” list and No. 3 on the “Top 20 Sexiest Models” list at MODELS.COM.

In 2012, Huntington-Whiteley was named the top style icon at the Elle Style Awards. In 2013, Huntington-Whiteley starred alongside Helena Bonham Carter and David Gandy in the Marks & Spencer Xmas advert.

video Agent Provocateur ‘Love Me Tender’ Rosie Huntington Whiteley

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