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Leomie Jasmin Francis Anderson is a British fashion model, designer. television presenter, and activist. She has walked in four consecutive Victoria’s Secret Fashion Shows from 2015 to 2018, and became a Victoria’s Secret Angel in 2019. Anderson was included in a 2020 Forbes ’30 Under 30′ list for the art & culture category.

Years active 2010–present
Born: February 15, 1993, 31 years old and 0 months, Wandsworth, South London, England
Sun Sign: Aquarius
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Height: 5 ft 10+12 in – 1.79 m
Measurements: 32-24-34 in / 81-61-86 cm
Bra size: 32AUS – 70AEU

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LEOMIE ANDERSON SEXY ON YINKA BOKINNI AND SHAYNA MARIE CAPITAL XTRA SHOW IN LONDON (2020)

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LEOMIE ANDERSON SEXY NAMED 'ANGEL' BY LINGERIE BRAND VICTORIA'S SECRET (2019)

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THE VICTORIA'S SECRET FASHION SHOW 2017

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Family

Siblings – She has a brother.

Partner – Lancey Foux

Career

Anderson, of Jamaican heritage, began a career as a model when she was scouted at the age of 14. Initially, she wanted to become a fashion journalist. At age 17, she was booked for her first catwalk show by Marc Jacobs, becoming one of the designer’s favorites.

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In 2011, Anderson appeared on the Channel 4‘s reality show The Model Agency.

She has walked for brands such as Giorgio Armani, Burberry, Chloé, Fenty Puma, Tom Ford, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Moschino, Oscar de la Renta, Jeremy Scott, Temperley, Vivienne Westwood, and Yeezy. She became one of the faces for her role model, Rihanna’s, brand Fenty Beauty, when it first launched in 2017. Her campaign portfolio includes also Pat McGrath‘s make-up line, Uniqlo, Topshop, and Jones New York.

In 2015, Anderson was selected for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, after third casting, and has since walked in the show for 4 consecutive years. In April 2019, she became, as the sixth Black and first British Black model, Victoria’s Secret Angel.

She was ranked as a Money Girl by models.com

In 2016, she created the LAPP blog (Leomie Anderson, the Project, the Purpose), later known as LAPP Magazine, to provide insight and awareness about women’s mental health, rights and body consciousness, promoting female empowerment. In part to support the platform, she has founded her own clothing brand, LAPP The Brand, which was launched in September 2016. Anderson developed a line of women’s athletic garments, which can be worn as fashion or as active wear.

As a women’s rights activist, Anderson gave two TEDx Talks, and spoke at Oxford and Cambridge universities. She has been vocal about racial discrimination in the modelling industry.

In April 2021, she debuted her podcast, Role Model with Leomie Anderson (Somethin’ Else, Sony Music), to “speak to international superstars who are breaking boundaries and shaping culture.”

In 2023, Anderson replaced Maya Jama as presenter of popular BBC television series Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star.

Awards

2017 Yahoo’s Diversity in Beauty Awards – Model Activist

First Fashion Show

Leomie was first seen in Ready to Wear – Spring / Summer 2011 Fashion Show where she walked the ramp for Emanuel Ungaro, Guli, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Topshop Unique, and Trina Turk.

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Leomie Anderson Favorite Things

Fictional Fashion Icons – Dionne and Cher from Clueless

Fashion Icons – Sita Abellan and Rihanna

Shopping Destination – London

Singer – Kanye West

Leomie Anderson Facts

She started her modeling career in 2010.

In 2015, Leomie was selected to feature at the iconic Victoria Secret Fashion Show. It was her third attempt at casting.

In 2016, she announced that she was starting her fashion brand, LAPP, which stands for Leomie Anderson the Project the Purpose. The first collection of the brand was launched in 2017.

While she was studying in secondary school, she was regularly bullied for being too skinny.

She was first scouted by the London based Premier Model Management. And, although she had been advised by many to start modeling, it was after being scouted, she seriously thought about becoming a model.

In August 2017, she delivered a speech at the TEDx Talks. Her speech was titled as Behind The Lens Of The Modelling Industry.

She has been very vocal in her criticism of racism that exists in the fashion industry.

She has campaigned extensively for more inclusion of minorities in the fashion industry.

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