Noot Seear is a Canadian model that made her debut at the New York Fashion Week where she walked for Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and Daryl K.
Noot Seear is signed with Two Management Los Angeles, Iconic Management Hamburg, Elite Barcelona, why Not Model Management Milan and One Management New York.
In 1996 Noot Seear began to model in her hometown and in 1997 she made the move to New York.
In 1998 she made her debut when she walked at New York Fashion Week for Daryl K, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren and she appeared in an ad campaign for Yves Saint Laurent.
In 1999 she appeared in an editorial for Cosmopolitan.
In 2000 she became the face of Giorgio Armani.
In 2001 she was on the cover of D Italia three times, she appeared in an editorial for British Elle and she became the new face of CK by Calvin Klein.
In 2003 she appeared in an editorial for Marie Claire Germany, she walked the fall shows for Lanvin, Balenciaga and Lagerfeld Gallery in Paris, she was in an editorial for Vogue Germany and she was the face of the bridal ad campaign for Vera Wang Bridal.
In 2006 she appeared in an editorial for Vanity Fair Italia, she signed a contract for Vera Wang Parfum and she signed with Pantene Pro-V.
In 2007 opened and closed the spring show for Alexander Wang in New York.
In 2008 she appeared in an editorial for Elle Italia.
In 2009 she appeared in an editorial for S, she was in the Twilight New Moon movie, she was on the cover of Fashion Magazine Canada, she was in editorials for Fashion Magazine, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour Magazine and Harper’s Bazaar UK and she was in an ad campaign for Adrienne Vittadini.
In 2010 she appeared in an editorial for Elle Italia, i-D Magazine, Another Magazine and Hobo Magazine and appeared in ad campaigns for Lavazza, Givenchy, Hugo Boss and Esprit.
In 2011 she appeared in ad campaigns for Coach and Givenchy and she was on the cover of Elle Russia.
In 2014 she appeared in ad campaigns for Thomas Wylde and Bareskin by bareMinerals, she was in an editorial for Cover Magazine and she was on the cover of Cover Magazine.