Ebonee Davis is Best Known For Having done modeling work for some of the leading fashion brands.Being featured in the promotional campaign for Calvin Klein, in which she wore her natural hair and Being featured in the leading magazines such as Glamour, Teen Vogue, Harper Bazaar, and Sports Illustrated‘s Swimsuit Issue.
Born Name Ebonee Davis
Nick Name Ebonee
Born: November 16, 1993, 25 years and 9 months, Seattle, Washington, United States
Sun Sign Scorpio
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Dark Brown
Height 5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
Measurements 32-23-35 in / 81-59-89
Bra size 32C
After graduating from high school, Ebonee Davis got enrolled at the University of Washington. However, she dropped out of the university to kickstart her modeling career.
Father – Her father was a recovering addict who raised Ebonee as a single parent.
Siblings – She has 2 younger brothers.
She has African-American ancestry.
Ebonee Davis is represented by –
The Lions – New York
Fusion Models – Cape Town
The Lions – Los Angeles
MC2 – Miami
SMG – Seattle (Mother Agency)
Eboni Davis (known professionally as Ebonee Davis; born November 16, 1992) is an American model and activist. She appeared in season 18 of America Next Top Model. She gave a TED Talk on the experience of being an African-American model in the fashion industry. She is known for her Calvin Klein campaign, in which she wore her natural hair.
Davis began her career by going to an open casting call in Seattle, Washington. She starred in season 18 of America Next Top Model, she was eliminated during the show tenth episode.
She has since appeared in magazines like Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, Glamour, Teen Vogue, and Harper Bazaar UK. She has also been featured in advertisements for Calvin Klein, L’Oreal, Pantene, Urban Outfitters, Victoria Secret Pink, and GAP. She was also one of the models in Kanye West Season 4 fashion show.
Ebonee Davis has done endorsement work for the following brands –
Victoria Secret Pink
Ebonee Davis regularly hits the gym to keep her lithe figure in perfect shape. She loves to go for boxing style workouts to keep her fitness up. Her typical workout has a healthy mix of boxing moves and body weight exercises such as squats and jumps. She also doesn’t mind mixing up ballet and boxing for an intense and grueling workout routine.
Overall, she loves to switch her workout routines as she otherwise gets easily bored. She believes that dance is an excellent form of cardio exercise. Ebonee also makes sure that she is eating healthy food. Plus, she makes it a point to remain hydrated throughout the day.
Ebonee Davis Favorite Things
Musicians – Alina Baraz, Odesza, Tupac, Flume, Aaliyah, Drake, Kendrick, Rihanna, The XX
Seattle Hotspot – Pike Place Market
Must-Have Products – DevaCurl shampoo and conditioner, Sonicare toothbrush and Dr. Hauschka day cream
Essentials – Lip balm, Headphones, Cell phone
Models – Tyra Banks, Naomi Campbell, Chanel Iman, Jourdan Dunn, and Arlenis Sosa
Books – To Be Young Gifted and Black by Lorraine Hansberry
Food – Ethiopian food
Movie – The Lion King (1994)
Haircare Product – Shea Moisture products and Jamaican castor oil line
Skincare Products – African Black Soap, Bioderma Crealine, Dr. Hauschka Day Cream, Kiehl Midnight Recovery Oil, Thayer Witch Hazel Toner, Rosebud Salve, Heritage Rosewater
Makeup Products – MAC Gold Rush, Nars South Beach stick, Maybelline Push Up Angel Mascara, MAC Eye Kohl, Ruby Woo Lipstick, MAC Lip Balms, Marc Jacobs Brown Lipstick
Role Models – Naomi Campbell and Tyra Banks
NYC Spot – Prospect Park
NYC Restaurant – Rusty Flavor in Harlem
Place – India
Stores To Shop At – Urban Outfitters
Sound – The sound of an electric guitar
Fragrance Brand – Dolce and Gabbana
Person To Follow On Social Media – Chrissy Teigen
Cartoon As A Kid – Rugrats
Cereal As A Kid – Fruity Pebbles
TV Show – Love and Hip Hop
Modeling Experience – Shooting for Sports Illustrated
Ebonee Davis Facts
She started her modeling career in 2011 by attending an open call in her hometown of Seattle.
At the age of 18, she signed up with Seattle Models Guild.
Ebonee moved to New York at the age of 19.
She loves watching science specials on Netflix.
She has given a TEDTalk on racism in the fashion industry, which was widely praised.
If she hadn’t been into modeling, she would have loved to get in the medical field.
Early in her modeling career, she had to struggle a lot as she was turned by most of the modeling agencies with an excuse that they already had girls with her look.
She was encouraged by her mother to become a model.
She has started Honey Bees, which is a reading camp for the 5th-grade girls from inner-city areas.