Laura Bailey (model)

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This article is about the British model. For the American voice actress, see Laura Bailey (voice actress).
Laura Bailey
Born 6 August 1972

Laura Bailey (born 6 August 1972) is an English model and writer represented by Liz Matthews PR. Born in London, England, she has modelled campaigns for Guess jeans, L'Oreal, Jaguar, Jaeger, Marks and Spencer, Bella Freud, Radley and Temperley London. Bailey also works as a writer and has written for Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Glamour, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Times. She is a Cultural Ambassador for the British Fashion Council[1] and an Ambassador for Oxfam. In September 2011, Bailey was announced as a contributing editor to British Vogue. She also writes a blog for Vogue.co.uk

Laura is Creative Director of jewellery concept label Loquet London that was launched in June 2013 alongside her friend and founder of the label Sheherazade Goldsmith.[2]

Laura has also produced and starred in a number of short films for fashion labels including Bella Freud,[3] Solange Azagury-Partridge,[4] Trager Delaney,[5] and Shrimps.[6]

She went to Wheatley Park School near Oxford, and later studied English at the University of Southampton, receiving first-class honours.

She lives in London and has two children with her partner Eric Fellner: a son Luc and a daughter Lola Tiger. She is the daughter of Oxford University academic Peter Birks.[7]

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