Canadian born model Coco Rocha, a supermodel coach on Oxygen's newest competition series “The Face,” has been a favorite cover girl for high-fashion magazines around the world for the better part of the last decade. Known for her agility in front of the camera, Rocha is often referred to as the "Queen of Posing" and has taken high fashion modeling to the level of performance art. As a muse to designers Karl Lagerfeld, Zac Posen and legendary photographer Steven Meisel, Rocha has proven to be one of the most versatile models in the world with campaigns as diverse as Balenciaga, Chanel, Christian Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Longchamp, H&M, Diet Coke, Gap and Banana Republic.
The 5'10” blue-eyed stunner is as well known for strutting runways all over the world as for her tireless work with children's charities in Haiti and Cambodia, and is involved with the Model Alliance where she sits on an advisory board that seeks to establish basic worker rights for models. She is also an avid blogger and has positioned herself as one of the most digitally savvy models of her generation with a widely followed blog, Twitter and Facebook account. Rocha was the first high-fashion model to surpass one million followers on the social media platform Google+ and has over five million digital followers worldwide.