Behati Prinsloo life and biography

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Behati Prinsloo biography

Date of birth : 1989-05-16
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Namibia
Nationality : Namibian
Category : Arts and Entertainment
Last modified : 2022-05-16
Credited as : Fashion model, New York Women, married to Adam Levine

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Behati Prinsloo is a Namibian Fashion model which now lives in New York.

Agencies:
* New York Women
* Paris Marilyn Agency
* Hamburg MODELWERK
* Barcelona View
* Milan d'management

Career Highlights:

2005:
- Spotted by Sarah Doukas, the Storm scout who discovered Kate Moss, while on holiday in Cape Town, South Africa
- Debuts at the spring Prada and Miu Miu shows in Milan and Paris, as an exclusive
- Appears in British Vogue editorial, photographed by Paolo Roversi
- Appears in Kurt Geiger fall ad campaign
- Appears in Italian Vogue editorial, photographed by Miles Aldridge
2006:
- Walks the fall Alessandro Dell’Acqua, Fendi, Alexander McQueen, and Chanel shows in Milan and Paris
- Appears in British Vogue editorial, photographed by Mario Testino
- Style.com features Prinsloo as a rising star of fall 2006
- Becomes the face of Nina Ricci
- Models for H&M
- Walks the fall Anne Valerie Hash, Chanel, Elie Saab, and Jean Paul Gaultier couture shows in Paris
- Juergen Teller photographs Prinsloo for Marc by Marc Jacobs
- Profiled in WWD as one of eight top newcomers (6 NOV)
2007:
- Talks about the ups and downs of the modeling business and what she hopes to do in the future in a FashionTV interview Video»
- Renews contract with Marc by Marc Jacobs
- Appears in Hugo by Hugo Boss ad campaign
- Models for Neiman Marcus catalog
- Gives an interview backstage at Vera Wang to New York’s Jada Yuan
- Henry Holland’s fall collection includes a shirt that reads "Fancy a Screw, Behati Prinsloo?"
- Appears in Tommy Hilfiger fall ad campaign, with good friend Coco Rocha
- Closes the spring Lacoste show in New York
- Walks the spring Akris, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Stella McCartney shows in Paris
2008:
- Appears in Gap and DKNY Jeans spring ad campaigns
- Replaces Natasha Poly as the face of Nine West
- Appears in Italian Vogue editorial alongside legendary ballet star Mikhail Baryshnikov
- Walks the fall Carolina Herrera, Hervé Léger, Narciso Rodriguez, Zac Posen, MaxMara, and Chanel shows in New York, Milan, and Paris
- Signs contract with Victoria's Secret (28 FEB)
- Appears in Harper's Bazaar editorial, photographed by Camilla Akrans
- Stars in The Virgin's "Rich Girls" music video
- Models for Victoria's Secret catalog with Rachel Clark and Chanel Iman
- Appears in German Vogue editorial, photographed by Chad Pittman
- Opens the fall Yigal Azrouël show in New York
- Walks the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
2009:
- Terry Richardson photographs Prinsloo for Lacoste, alongside Alyona Osmanova and Hyoni Kang
- Featured on the cover of RUSSH, photographed by Derek Henderson
- Opens the fall Christian Siriano show in New York
- Appears in Spanish Vogue editorial, photographed by Alix Malka
- Walks the spring Behnaz Sarafpour, Diane Von Furstenberg, Lacoste, and Zac Posen shows in New York
- Appears in Italian Flair editorial, photographed by Matthias Vriens McGrath
- Walks the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
- Appears in Italian Flair editorial, photographed by Adam Whitehead
2010:
- Moves from Supreme Management to Women Management
- Featured on the cover of French Elle, photographed by Kayt Jones
- Featured on the cover of South African Marie Claire, alongside Candice Swanepoel and Heidi Verster
- Kayt Jones photographs Prinsloo for the summer issue of i-D, alongside boyfriend Jamie Strachan
- Walks the spring Carolina Herrera, Diane Von Furstenberg, Z Spoke by Zac Posen, Anna Sui, and Chanel shows in New York and Paris


Personal:
Prinsloo married Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine in Mexico on 19 July 2014. They have two daughters: Dusty Rose (born September 2016) and Gio Grace (born February 2018).
Prinsloo has embarked on a charitable trip to Haiti, following 2010's devastating earthquake that caused irreparable damage to the small nation. Partnering with LakayPam, an organization dedicated to helping children in developing nations meet their basic needs, she collected and delivered hundreds of letters of hope from all over the world and helped raise funds.
When she made the journey to Haiti, she was accompanied by a cameraman and his friend. The resulting short film, Letters to Haiti, debuted 7 December 2011, at Milk Gallery in New York.
She also supports organizations trying to protect the black rhinoceros, a critically endangered species native to Namibia and other countries in Southern Africa

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