Born in Kingston on the 25th of February 1990, Jeneil Williams is a Jamaican fashion model who is well known for striking lips and statuesque legs. Williams measures 5’9.5’’ in height, had black hair, brown eyes and has measurements of 32 bust, 24 waist and 34 hips with a size 7 shoe and size 4 dress. 
Williams’ career in the fashion industry began in 2005 when at the age of fifteen years old she entered and won a Caribbean Model Search competition. As a result of this competition win, Williams was signed to New York Models in 2006 and was slowly introduced to the world of modeling. Some highlights of her first year in the business including being photographed for Benetton by the renowned David Sims and also featuring heavily in a catalogue for Bloomingdales.
Williams continued to work in a smaller scale during 2007 but the model’s real big break came in July of 2008 when she was featured in Italian Vogue as part of an article highlighting the best newcomers in the industry. The following February, Williams made her debut on the runway in New York, opening the fall show for Diesel but also walking throughout the rest of the week for many high profile designers and houses including Richard Chai, Zero + Maria Cornejo and L’Wren Scott. The following month, Williams also made an appearance at Paris fashion week, walking the runway for Lanvin as part of their fall show.
Since 2009, Williams has been a mainstay on the catwalk at fashion weeks all over the globe, and the model has either opened, closed or just participated in fall and spring shows in New York, London and Paris for numerous of the industry’s leading names and figures including Paul Smith, Luca Luca, Sass & Bide, Todd Lynn.
Alongside this success on the runway, Williams has been a very prominent figure across the print side of the fashion industry, featuring in several of the world’s most popular and influential publications. Since 2009 Williams has appeared in a Teen Vogue editorial shot by Daniel Jackson, two editorials in Russian Vogue shot by Terry Tsiolis and Sharif Hamza, and further editorials in LOVE magazine, i-D magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Italian Vogue, Elle and W. Williams has also been the subject of numerous covers since 2010 including LOVE, i-D twice and the French Revue de Modes.