Jacob Coupe was born in England in 1989. In 2009, he signed with Models 1 in London. The fashion shows that Jacob Coupe has done include Prada, Tim Soar, Topman Design, Hugo by Hugo Boss, James Long, Wintle, Les Hommes, Ermenegildo Zegna, Neil Barrett, Roberto Cavalli, Pringle of Scotland, Giuliano Fujiwara, DSquared2, Alexander McQueen, DKNY, Moschino, Dolce & Gabbana and plenty of others.
The campaigns and the editorials that he has been involved with include GQ, Esquire, and Prada, Dazed & Confused, Martyn Bal, Huge Magazine, Moschino, Voguer Hommes Japan, seventh Man and more.
The agencies that Jacob Coupe is with include Bon Image Corp Tokyo, MIKAs Stockholm, Unique Denmark, Nest Model Management Berlin, Uno Models Barcelona, Why Not Model Management Milan, Bananas Models Paris and VNY Model Management New York. His mother agency is Models 1.
Work History by year
Jacob Coupe was born in 1989 in Nottingham in the United Kingdom.
He made his first debut by opening the Prada show in Milan for the spring; this was done as an exclusive in 2009. Also ion 2009 Jacob walked the Hugo Boss spring show in Paris as an exclusive. 10 Men also featured Coupe as the face to watch.
Not only did he make these break out appearances in 2009 he also appeared in the fall issue of Man about Town, the Japanese vogue Hommes, the Italian GQ Style and Another Magazine. The editorial that he was in for the Italian GQ was photographed by Kai Z Feng. Marino Vivanco photographed him for the Wonderland editorial in 2009.
In 2010, Jacob was the face of Prada as well as appearing in dazed & confused editorial that was styled by McQ and photographed by Ben Toms.
On the runway in 2010 Jacob opened for the Roberto Cavalli fall show and for Pringle of Scotland ion Milan. He also walked for Louis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen, Givenchy and Comme des Garcons.
Jacob then went on to model for Henry of Holland for the Levi’s ad campaign with Leigh Lezark. He was then photographed by Matthew Brookes for an Italian GQ editorial. Coupe was photographed by Karim Sadli for the spring issue of the Japanese vogue Hommes. In 2010 was photographed by Satoshi Saikusa for the cover of HUGE magazine.
By the middle of 2010, Jacob Coupe also appeared in the Japanese Dazed & Confused editorial that was photographed by Bruno Staub, he was also in the spring issue of Italian GQ Style that was photographed by Jonathan Frantini and modeled for the Acne fall Catalogue.
In Paris in 2010, Jacob walked for Kenzo and Dries Van Noten for the spring shows.
In 2012, Jacob appeared in the Turkish vogue editorial that was photographed by Phil Poynter.
Even though Jacob Coupe has not been modeling for long he has been booked over and over again by lead designers and featuring in many top editorials. He is a new face and you can expect a lot more from this guy in the future.