Chanel Iman at the 2009 Victoria's Secret fashion show at The Armory in New York City
|Born||Chanel Iman Robinson
December 1, 1990 
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
|Height||1.78 metres (5 ft 10 in)|
|Measurements||32-23-33 (US); 81-58-84 (EU)|
|Dress size||32 (EU), 2 (US)|
VIVA Model Management
Early life 
Robinson started modeling with Ford Models at the age of 13 as a child model in Los Angeles, California. She flew to New York in 2006 and won third place in Ford's Supermodel of the World contest. Shortly after, she signed on with the agency. In February and July 2007, Robinson she appeared on the cover of Teen Vogue, with Karlie Kloss and Ali Michael, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, then in November 2009 she appeared on the cover again, this time with Jourdan Dunn. Robinson's other covers include Italian Elle, i-D, Dubai and Ukrainian Harper's Bazaar, Lula, Korean, Teen, and American Vogue. She has walked the runway for fashion houses and designers including Balenciaga, Versace, Yves Saint Laurent, and Stella McCartney. She has appeared in editorials for Allure, Dubai, American, and Ukrainian Harpers Bazaar, V, i-D, Pop, Italian, British, and Indonesian Elle, Italian Vanity Fair, and several international Vogues. She has appeared in advertising campaigns for high-end brands like, Bottega Veneta, GAP, Ralph Lauren, Express and DKNY. She has walked in the 2009, 2010 and 2011 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. In 2010, she became a Victoria's Secret Angel and was used in several of the company's campaigns.
In October 2007, Robinson appeared with her mother on an episode of the Tyra Banks Show. On March 21, 2009, she appeared as a correspondent in MTV's brief revival of House of Style with Bar Refaeli. On September 9, 2009, Robinson appeared as a guest judge on the two-hour season premiere of America's Next Top Model, Cycle 13.
Personal life 
Early in 2010, Robinson opened a clothing boutique in Culver City, California called The Red Bag with the help of her mother. Robinson appeared in singer Usher's music video for "Dive". In 2012, she attended the Met Ball with fashion designer Tom Ford.
Other projects 
Intel released a Kinect video game on XBOX Live Arcade starring Chanel Iman, Chris Evans and Redfoo of LMFAO . Robinson signed a contract with Utah-based electronics company Skullcandy. For 2012, Robinson was Sunglass Hut's summer ambassador. Robinson was a model for Amazon Fashion's 2012 holiday campaign.
In 2011, Robinson became one of a handful of celebrities attached to USAID and Ad Council's FWD campaign, an awareness initiative tied to that year's drought in East Africa. She joined Uma Thurman, Geena Davis and Josh Hartnett in TV and internet ads to "forward the facts" about the crisis.
In May 2011, editor-in-chief of American Vogue, Anna Wintour, chose Robinson to co-host her Runway to Win fundraising event in Chicago. In conjunction with the event, Robinson designed a backpack to raise money for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign. She also attended a dinner with President Obama at actress Sarah Jessica Parker's house.
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