Shiraz Tal

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Shiraz Tal
Born (1974-10-13) October 13, 1974 (age 40)
Netanya, Israel
Modeling information
Height 5'9.75"
Hair color Black
Eye color Green
Measurements 33-24-35

Shiraz Tal (Hebrew: שירז טל‎; born October 13, 1974) is an Israeli fashion model.

Tal began her modeling career at age 15 in Paris, after being discovered by the Image Models modeling agency of Israel.[1] She is best known for her work as a model in Armani Exchange advertisements, and was also featured in the spring/summer 2000 Louis Vuitton campaign and advertisements for Louis Feraud from 1999 to 2001. Tal appeared in "Elle TopModel" issue #19 on the cover and has walked the runway for Chanel, Valentino, Paco Rabanne, Yves Saint Laurent, Kenzo, Michael Kors, Giorgio Armani and Isaac Mizrahi. She appeared on the October 1996 cover of ELLE Magazine in the United States.[2] In 2003, she was selected by Hanes as their pioneer top model in an effort to compete with the Calvin Klein brand.[3] She has also modelled for Victoria's Secret, Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, and other fashion outlets. She is currently signed to Premier Model Management London, City Models Paris and Louisa Models Munich.[citation needed]

Tal acted in the 2003 movie Pgisha Iveret (Blind Date). In 2005, she appeared in the Israeli version of Dancing with the Stars. She also served as a judge on the first season of Israel's Next Top Model, and was the host and judge of Project Runway Israel in 2009.[citation needed]

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Tal was married briefly and in December 2006 gave birth to her son. After her divorce, she dated Survivor contestant Tal Englander.[citation needed]

Tal is currently completing a master's degree in the history of Israel at Ben Gurion University.[citation needed]

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