Chrishell Stubbs was born in 1992, in Turks and Caicos. She was discovered by a scout at age 11 and managed by her until she was old enough to begin a career as a fashion model. In 2007, she signed with Next Models and soon appeared in Teen Vogue editorial.
Her first ad campaign was for Levis in 2009, shortly after she signed with Ford Models. Her debut was the Mackage show in New York for Cynthia Steffe, Ralph Lauren and more. A month later she graced the runway for Vivienne Westwood Andrew GN and PaulGaultier in Paris. Once again, she changed modeling agencies to Supreme management this time, which brought her a catwalk for Diane Von Furstenberg. Additionally she did ad campaigns for Bloomingdales and Pinko and became the face for Benetton and Ralph Lauren. Another New York show was for Nanette Lepore in 2010, and the H&M advertising catalog. She had another editorial in Teen Vogue and V Magazine in 2012.
In a recent interview, she spoke of how much she enjoys modeling. Her most exciting moment was the phone call telling her she would appear on the runway in Paris. She speaks so fondly of her childhood in the Turks and Caicos; there is no doubt a part of her misses those days on the beach and all of her pets.
She likes to dress casually when she’s at home, with as much jewelry as she can get on. When her modeling career ends, her long-term goal is to be a veterinarian. What is the only thing she couldn’t live without? “Sunshine, it makes everything better” was her answer. Clearly this young lady is as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside.