Daisy is a gorgeous English fashion model famous for her punky fashion sense and pixie-esque looks. She has modelled for editorial photo shoots and commercial advertising campaigns and has worked as a runway model.
Daisy Lowe (born 27 January 1989) began modelling at the age of two, and did some photoshoots when she was 12 and 14 years old. At 15 she was approached by a talent scout in Camden Town and, as a result, she signed with Select, a London modelling agency.
On the runway, Daisy was selected by Karl Lagerfeld to model for Chanel, and has appeared on catwalks in New York, Milan and London for Topshop and designers such as PPQ, Nanette Lepore, Sue Stemp, Charlotte Ronson, Henry Holland, and Vivienne Westwood. She has modelled for Agent Provocateur lingere for the past three years, and has been used by Burberry, Karen Millen, and many others.
She has appeared in campaigns for Marc by Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton, Pringle of Scotland, DKNY, Mango and Esprit.
Daisy’s magazine work includes editorials and covers of publications such as Tatler, Elle, GQ, Vogue, amongst many others.
Daisy has some experience in other media, including being the focus of the BBC Two eight-part fly on the wall documentary series Class of 2008. Lowe has worked as a DJ, appeared in music videos, hosted events for Tommy Hilfiger and Dolce and Gabbana. She is also the face of Stephen Webster’s 2011 jewellery campaign.
She was chosen to be in the 2010 Pirelli Calendar photographed by Terry Richardson in Bahia, Brazil. Throughout May 2010 Daisy documented her daily fashion and style choices for Vogue.co.uk’s Today I’m Wearing feature. In August 2010, Lowe became the face of the newly relaunched Sixties label Biba.