Alyssah Ali is a famous face according to Sports Illustrated and her work certainly is notable. She has many jobs such as Chanel Makeup campaigns and runway shows as well as Sephora campaigns. She started her modeling career in 2009.
Alyssah Ali is a model well known for her ads, editorials, tests, and videos. She has appearances in 125, Fashion, Fashionisto Exclusive, Lush, Marie Claire, Marie Claire Hungary, Vogue (India and Italia), and WAD magazines. She has modeled for brands including Chanel, Luckas Kimlicka, Target, Who’s Who, and Yamamay.
In an interview with Sports Illustrated Alyssah shared a few details about her life. She was born in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada 25 years ago. She told the interview that she never leaves home without her concealer and she loves wearing perfume, heels and making sure her hair is pretty.
Alyssah loves to watch sports like hockey, football, and basketball. When asked she admitted that she notices a guy’s eyes first. Alyssah also admitted to fearing most creepy bugs like centipedes and having dreams of buying a house, seeing Egypt and eventually finding the right guy to marry.
If she has a chance she would love to do a swimsuit campaign in the Maldives or Fiji. So far she has gone on some pretty great shoots including ones to Denpassar and Jakarta Indonesia. The reason Indonesia was the best she said was “because a Komodo dragon was” in the swimming pool.
This interview with Sports Illustrated and others clearly shows Alyssah Ali is fun, entertaining, and enjoys her work. She also loves baking and cooking amazing things, according to Ms. Ali it is one of her random skills.
Ms. Ali works mostly for IMG Models in New York, Paris, London, Milan and Sydney. She has also worked with Louisa Models in Hamburg.
She is credited with a magazine cover appearance in Mach 2012 Vogue India. It was also confirmed that she appeared on the cover of Anokhi, a Canadian magazine. It was the May/June 2010 cover.
For fashion shows she did model for the Ready to Wear fall and winter 2010 and spring and summer 2011 shows. For the first show she wore pieces by Attitude, Lundstrom, and David Dixon. The second show she wore items by Vena Cava, Banana Republic and Malandrino.
She is also credited with advertisements for Target in fall 2012 as well as advertisements for Une Makeup, La Redoute, and Chanel.
When it comes to editorials she has appeared in the 2013 Multi-Ethnic Gallery by Paolo Roversi. It was a Vogue Italia editorial published in January. She also appeared in 2011s Vogue India editorial called American Pie. Some of her earliest work includes editorials for Elle Sweden. She appeared in the March 2009 Chic Arabic with photographs by Carl Bengtsson as well as the June 2009 publication of Okenguld.