Daisy Lowe

Daisy continues to be in demand as a high-end fashion model and recently became a British Fashion Council Ambassador for London Fashion Weekend.

Discovered at aged 15, Daisy has starred in major campaigns for Louis Vuitton, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Pringle, Burberry, and Agent Provocateur who contracted Daisy as one of their main faces for over five years.

Thanks to her innate sultry looks fused with a ‘British Rose’ appeal, Daisy has played muse to the likes Steven Meisel, Mario Testino, Ellen Von Unwerth, Juergen Teller, Nick Knight, Rankin, Mario Sorrenti, Guy Aroch, Steven Klein, Greg Williams and Billie Scheepers.

Editorial has spanned Internationally with Daisy appearing in British Vogue, Italian Vogue, W Magazine, Dazed & Confused, ELLE, GQ, Esquire, British Vogue ‘More Dash than Cash’, Ponystep, The Coveteur, Hunger, D’Scene Magazine, Wonderland (for Ralph Lauren), InStyle (Roberto Cavalli ‘Guest Editor’ requested Daisy personally for his June Issue 2015) and is a regular for Katie Grand, LOVE Magazine Christmas Calendar not forgetting the infamous Pirelli’s iconic calendar, amongst others.

Daisy’s catwalk career has mirrored her editorial work, walking for major Fashion Houses such as Chanel, Burberry, Anna Sui and Henry Holland. Dame Westwood personally requested Daisy’s ‘close’ her FW15 show and was quoted “Daisy is the new style icon of her generation.”

Now 26, the ‘model who broke the mould’ (Stella magazine) is continuing to successfully build her brand and is coveted by industry leaders and influencers.

Daisy exudes creative passion for her industry and was honored when asked to designing a collection for Morgan de Toi in Paris – selling out in days.

By maintaining strong relationships with fashion houses and publications she continues to be ‘the go to person’ for a wide range of designers and lifestyle brands partnering up with creatives and companies that are organic to her aesthetic, connecting to consumers with honesty and integrity.

2014 & 2015 has been exciting and successful with Daisy being recognised for her acting ability appearing in Harvey Weinstein’s ‘Tulip Fever’ production due for release in 2016 and the launch of her first cook book, Sweetness & Light (Quadrille Publishing), inspired by Daisy’s time living and working in New York City. The book resonated with her peers, industry and public, pushing it to a No.1 position.

Again, Daisy’s ability to merge High-End and High Street has enticed brands from both spectrums to engage with her as their face. Rodial Skin Care announced Daisy as their ‘Women of The Year’ in 2014, which lead to her becoming ‘The Face’ of their new Makeup range. When American Eagle launched their flagship store in the UK (the first out of the US territory), Daisy was the ‘go to girl’ becoming their face and UK Ambassador. Many more campaigns have followed since, with the likes of Charlotte Simone’s AW 14 Bon-Bon collection and Pamela Love Jewelry (shot by Guy Aroch) launching UK, February 2016. All of which have made for sellout collections due to the affiliation with Daisy.
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