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O'Connor in 2016
|Born||9 February 1978|
Brownhills, West Midlands, England
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Hair colour||Dark brown|
|Agency||HEROES Model Management (New York) |
d'management group (Milan)
View Management (Barcelona)
Mega Model Agency (Hamburg)
Priscilla's Model Management (Sydney)
Lizbell Agency (Vancouver) 
Erin O'Connor (Irish: Éirinn Ní Chonchúir) MBE born 9 February 1978 is a British-Irish fashion model.
O'Connor was born and brought up in Brownhills, West Midlands, where she attended Brownhills Community School. She was raised Catholic and her father is from Ballycastle, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. On a school trip to the Birmingham Clothes Show, she was spotted by a talent scout.
Her first published pictures were by Juergen Teller for issue 159. The Undressed Issue issue of i-D in December 1996. She has modelled on the catwalk for John Galliano, Christian Dior, Donna Karan, Prada, Versace, Miu Miu, Jasper Conran, Giorgio Armani, Julien Macdonald, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Chado Ralph Rucci, Badgley Mischka, and Dolce & Gabbana. She has worked with many leading fashion photographers including Patrick Demarchelier, Steven Meisel, Steven Klein, Nick Knight, Mario Testino, David Sims, Bryan Adams, Nadav Kander and featured in magazines including Vogue, W, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, Harpers & Queen, i-D, and Visionaire. She was on the January cover of British Vogue. Since 2005 she has been one of the faces of the British high-street chain Marks and Spencer and in 2008 she launched the haircare line model.me for Toni & Guy, alongside Jamelia and Helena Christensen which has been already ceased.
She is signed to Tess Management in London. In 2011, O'Connor's personal assistant, Michelle Knox Brown was convicted of stealing around £12,000 from the model, which she spent on foreign holidays. 
Television and radio
In 2001 she appeared as herself in the "Paris" episode of Absolutely Fabulous. In March 2003, O'Connor was featured in a three-part Channel 4 documentary This Model Life. O'Connor wrote and presented two documentaries on fashion, Erin's Model World and In Search of Beauty, for BBC Radio 4. In April 2009, she appeared as a mentor and judge on the Irish reality TV series The Model Agent for RTÉ Two. In the autumn of 2013, Erin O'Connor made her television debut, starring on The Face on Sky Living HD alongside fellow supermodels Naomi Campbell and Caroline Winberg. The series followed the three supermodel mentors as they competed with each other to find 'the face' of Max Factor beauty.
All Walks Beyond The Catwalk
In 2009, O'Connor co-founded All Walks Beyond the Catwalk alongside Caryn Franklin and Debra Bourne. An award-winninginitiative, All Walks set out to challenge the fashion industry’s dependence on unachievable and limited body and beauty ideals. For the launch campaign Erin swapped roles and stood behind the camera for the first time to photograph models holding the slogan 'Size Me Up'. She was recently recognised in the Houses of Parliament by Lib Dem Minister Jo Swinson for her dedication to models working within the industry.
Erin was a spokesperson for the fair trade charity Traid. Erin was an ambassador for the RED initiative. In 2011, Erin became an Ambassador for 'Save the Children'. Erin travelled to Delhi and Jaipur as part of the 'No Child Born to Die' campaign. The trip was documented by The Independent magazine newspaper to highlight the need for resources in clinics and schools.
Erin gave birth to her first child, a boy named Albert Tate in June 2014. In March 2019, Erin gave birth to her second child, a son named Eddie.
O'Connor launched her own line of fairtrade and eco friendly cotton T-shirts and bags with stylist Kate Halfpenny, She Died of Beauty, featuring quirky slogans such as 'She died of Beauty'. O'Connor is an Ambassador for Borne, a medical research charity looking into the causes of premature birth.
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