Born Name Hailey Clauson
Nick Name Hailey
Occupation Fashion / Runway model
Years active 2009–present
Age: March 7, 1995, 24 years and 1 months, Thousand Oaks, California, U.S.
Sun Sign Pisces
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue
Height 5 ft 11 in or 180 cm
Measurements 35-24-34 in or 89-61-87 cm
Bra Size 32C
Her educational background is not known. She, though started walking in the fashion shows before 15.
She has mom, dad and a brother (extreme right) in her family.
Hailey Clauson is signed to these modeling agencies –
One Management – New York
Unique Models – Denmark
Premier Model Management – London
Iconic Management – Hamburg
Jill Models Management – Antwerp
Le Management – Copenhagen
View Management – Barcelona
Monster Management – Milan
Two Management – Los Angeles
Next Model Management – Paris
She has advertised for several brands such as Agent Provocateur, Azul by Moussy, DSquared2, Forever 21, Gucci, Jaeger, Jill by Jill Stuart, Jag Jeans, Mavi Jeans, Plein Sud, Roxy, Topshop, Wildfox Couture, and Zara TRF.
First Fashion Show
She debuted with Ready to Wear – Spring / Summer 2011 fashion show where she modeled for Adam, Christian Dior, Calvin Klein, Edun, Elie Saab, Hakaan, Gucci, Hermès, Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, Versace, Miu Miu, and Z Spoke by Zac Posen.
In 2016, she was one of three separate cover stars of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Her workout routine and diet plan is not known.
Clauson was discovered on an open casting call in Los Angeles, of which Ford Models signed her on the spot, a “surreal” experience she recalled. Clauson started modeling at age 14, appearing in ad campaigns for Wild Fox Couture, Jag Jeans and in the Forever 21 catalog. Later in 2009 she left Ford Models and signed with Marilyn Agency. That same year she was featured Model of the Month in the October issue of Japanese Vogue. On September 2010 she made her catwalk debut at the spring ADAM show in New York and also walked for Zac Posen and Calvin Klein. Clauson’s debut season yielded such sensational results that MODELS.com listed her to be one of the Top 10 Newcomers for fashion week Spring/Summer 2011. Despite being just a sophomore in high school, she’s been lauded for her poise and maturity, earning her comparisons to fellow American teen model Karlie Kloss.
In 2011, she left Marilyn Agency and signed with Next Models. For SS11, her advertising campaigns included Mavi Jeans, Gucci, Dsquared2, and Jill Stuart. Clauson appeared on E! News, accompanied by her mother, for her first TV interview which aired in February 18. Clauson has appeared in the Fall/Winter campaigns for Topshop, Zara, Moussy and Plein Sud, as well as appearing in Jay-Z’s alternative video, Empire State Of Mind which featured top models.
In January 2014, model Hailey Clauson is the focus of an Agent Provocateur ad campaign called “Behind Closed Doors,” which was photographed by Miles Aldridge.
Hailey Clauson Favorite Things
Model – Veruschka von Lehndorff (German model and actress)
Hailey Clauson Facts
In 2011, Clauson left Marilyn Agency, and instead signed with Next Models.
As of 2010, Hailey still sleep with her baby blankie.
As a child, she has played lots of basketball. Her dad used to be the coach of the teams, for which she used to play.
Clauson commenced modeling at 14.
She is friends with models Fabiana Mayer, Lindsey Wixson, Pauline Van der Cruysse, Kelly Mittendorf, Ruby Aldridge, and Rose Smith.
Hailey was discovered on an open casting call in Los Angeles. She signed with Ford Models on the spot in 2009.
On her off days, she does homework and lots of sleeping.
If she is allowed to meet anyone (dead or alive), she would like to meet Gianni Versace as he is kind-hearted and respects models in this business and even helps them to become supermodels.
She likes everything of being a model. Without modeling, it wouldn’t have been possible for her to make new friends, wear new clothes, and encounter new experiences.
Before 16, no model is allowed to take part in the fashion show. But, Hailey had already walked at three fashion shows at 15. Later, the controlling body, i.e., CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) apologised for that.
Due to unauthorized use of risqué photos of Hailey on the Urban Outfitters t-shirts, Hailey’s parents sued the retailer for $28 million.