Andie Arthur is a youthful looking model who signed a contract with Ford Models before moving to IMG. She is a Mississippi girl who is now living in New York to continue her work as a model. In an interview Andie stated that her hometown is fairly small without much fashion unless one calls Daisy Dukes and camo jackets fashionable. She admitted that during her early years she didn’t read magazines or keep up with fashion except for what made it to her home town.
According to Andie she only gained her height during her high school freshman year. It was soon after her growth spurt that she was scouted by a local agent and then sent pictures to New York. Her first work was for Teen Vogue with photographs by Jason Kibbler, but she wouldn’t mind adding Celine or Versace to her portfolio of jobs.
Throughout the interview she stated many personal things such as loving New Orleans and enjoying the Chanel fashion shows.
While modeling for IMG she has appeared in several campaigns, lookbooks, editorials, and videos. For publications, Andie Arthur has modeled for B Mag, Dazed and Confused, Lucky, Lula, Marie Claire, Nylon, Seventeen, Sunday Telegraph, Teen Vogue, V, Vestal Magazine, Vogue China and Vogue UK. She has modeled for Christian Dior and The Tilbury brands.
She signed with Ford Models and then with IMG.
Some of Andie Arthur’s work highlights include walking in the 2010 spring BCBG Max Azria show. She also walked on the runway for 3.1 Phillip Lim, Yigal Azrou e l, Ports 1961, and Cynthia Rowley. A month after this first show she walked for the spring 2011 Paris show wearing Tao, Venessa Bruno, and Barbara Bui.
In fall 2011, Andie closed the spring Paris show for Gaspard Yurkievich. She also had an appearance in Dazed and Confused editorial with photographs by Kacper Kasprzyk. The next year, 2012, was just as fun and busy with appearances in the winter editorial V with photographs by Hedi Slimane and a Teen Vogue editorial with photographs by Paola Kudacki.
More recent, Andie did an editorial for Red Red Wine in Marie Claire Magazine. She also appeared in an editorial for Elle Vietnam called Gypsy Day.