Amanda Moore is an American model who was born on September 10, 1979. She is known for her lengthy legs and bold brown eyes that allow her to stand out on the runway.
Although she was born in Florida, she spent a lot of her childhood traveling due to the fact that she was brought up in a military family, alongside side her older brother and father. Eventually, they settled down and Moore attended high school in DeFuniak Springs, Florida.
Amanda Moore started college at the young age of 15. She dreamed of being either a veterinarian or professional basketball player. It wasn't until she took a friend to a local scouting event that she became interested in modeling the scouts were immediately interested in her look and convinced her to attend a larger event in Orlando. Shortly after, agencies were clamoring for her attention, but she settled with NEXT Model Management. Soon thereafter, she was featured in a spread for models.com, during which she was featured in military drag with her hair slicked back in a camouflage cap, dog tags, and oversized shades.
Amanda Moore has accomplished many amazing things during her modeling career. She has worked with a long line of photographers, including Bruce Weber, Michael Sanders, and Robert Wyatt. Moore is featured regularly in many of the top fashion magazines, such as Harper's Bazaar, Allure, Vogue Italia, British Vogue and V. She has graced the covers of the Italian Marie Claire, Italian Glamour, Flare, and Numéro.
In addition, she has been the star of campaigns for D&G, Oscar de la Renta, Tommy Hilfiger, Yves Saint Laurent Nicole Farhi and H&M. She has also appeared in countless television commercials for designers such as Montblanc, Calvin Klein, and Armani.
Amanda More is popular for her runway walks. She is constantly booking runways and has been in Fashion Week a countless amount of times. Some of the designers that she has walked the runways for includes Alexander McQueen, Picci, Vera Wang, Roberto Cavalli, Yves Saint Laurent, Oscar de la Renta, Guvvy, Giles Deacon, Fendi and much more.
Among other things, she once signed a fragrance contract with Emporio Armani's Get It Together and a cosmetic contract with Yves Saint Laurent. The New York Post once ran a story on Moore with the title “Lesbian Beauty Strikes Bike.” In the article, they spoke about how Moore punched out a man who had been making moves on her longtime girlfriend.