Born in Sydney on the 26th of March 1986, Jessica Hart is an Australian fashion model who is well known for her striking mouth and smile. Hart stands 5’9.5’’ tall, has blonde hair, blue eyes and has measurements of 34 bust, 24 waist and 34 hips with a size 8 shoe and a size 8 dress. 
Hart’s career in the fashion industry began at the age of fourteen when in the year 2000 she entered and won a modeling contest in association with Dolly Magazine.
For the next four years Hart worked her way through modeling jobs without ever really making a big breakthrough, but this changed in September of 2004 when she was hired to walk spring shows in New York for both Venexiana and Betsey Johnson. These walking engagements attracted the attention of many of the industry’s leading figures and Hart was suddenly thrust into the higher echelons of modeling.
In February of 2005, Hart made a big impact on the catwalk, walking fall shows in London and New York for Agent Provocateur, John Rocha, Jenny Packham and Camilla Staerk. She has continued to be a popular and prominent figure on the runway, and since 2009 has walked for many more high profile designers and houses across the world including PPQ, Matthew Williamson, Christopher Kane, Jonathan Saunders and Julien MacDonald.
Between 2008 and 2011, Hart became an incredibly popular mainstay in the print side of the fashion industry. In 2008 she featured on the cover of Australian Vogue and the cover of German Elle magazine, cementing her popularity with a European fashion audience. 2009 saw Hart featured in the renowned Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. The same year, the model also changed agencies, signing with Women Management, and went on to become the face of Le Sportsac and also to feature in the Victoria’s Secret catalog.
2010 began for Hart with a cover appearance for Surface magazine and concluded with another feature stint in the Victoria’s Secret catalog. 2011 presented new challenges and opportunities for Hart, as she became the face of Karen Millen, modeled for the Espirit spring ad campaign and started her own clothing line named Neon Hart. Alongside these achievements, Hart featured in many high profile publications throughout the year, the highlight of which being editorials in Australian Vogue, Spanish Harper’s Bazaar and Love, and covers for Italian and Spanish Elle.