Actress and Supermodel Lydia Hearst has made quite a splash in the world of fashion and Hollywood. She was discovered by famed photographer Steven Meisel who shot her first magazine cover for Vogue Italia in April 2004. At 5’7”, she has set runways, editorials, magazine covers and advertisements ablaze with a sophisticated, doll-like style and a dedicated no-nonsense attitude. She has worked with the greatest photographers in the world and has been featured in dozens of international campaigns including Prada, Bottega Veneta, NARS, Swarovski, MAC Cosmetics, Lord & Taylor, L’Oreal Feria, Alexander McQueen Eyewear, SAKS Fifth Avenue, Costume National, Miss Me Jeans, H&M, DKNY, Tarina Tarantino, Sephora and Louis Vuitton amidst many others. She has walked in runway shows for designers including Fendi, Chanel Haute Couture, Jeremy Scott, Catherine Malandrino, Nicole Miller, Betsey Johnson and Agent Provocateur. Her face has also graced the covers of nine international editions of Vogue, as well as GQ, Elle, L’Official, Flaunt, Nylon, Harpers Bazaar, Playboy France and Numero.
Hearst has made a successful transition into acting with roles in indie films such as “Two Jacks,” “The Last International Playboy,” short films “Consumed,” “Fame Fatale,” “Cepheus” and “I am Aiko” and on television in “Gossip Girl.” Hearst can next be seen in the films “Where Did You Sleep Last Night,” psychological thriller “Delirium” and “Cabin Fever: Patient Zero.” She recently launched a blog LoveLydiaHearst.com covering the world of fashion, beauty and health. She is also actively involved and serves as an ambassador for Operation Smile.