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Devon Aoki

Devon Aoki
Devon Aoki info
Country: American model
Date of birth: August 10, 1982
Place of birth: New York, USA
Eyes: Hazel
Hair: Light Brown
Devon Aoki measurements
Chest: 81 cm
Waist: 59 cm
Hips: 84 cm
Height: 168 cm
Weight: 51 kg

Devon Aoki biography


Aoki was discovered in New York at a Rancid concert she had gatecrashed. She started modeling when she was 13, the same year Aoki was introduced to supermodel Kate Moss by her godmother who would later take the young Devon under her wing. It wasn’t much later that Devon signed onto Storm Model Management at the tender age of 14. In 1998, Devon replaced Naomi Campbell as the face of Versace.

She has modeled for the fashion houses Lancome, Chanel, and Versace. Aoki is 5 ft 6 in — an almost unheard of height for runway models, who are usually at least 5 ft 8 in tall. She has done ad campaigns for: Chanel Couture by Karl Lagerfeld, Versace Atelier by Steven Meisel, Junko Shimada by Bettina Kimenda and Baby Phat by Kimora Lee Simmons

Early on in her career Aoki made cameo appearances in several music videos, including Duran Duran’s “Electric Barbarella”, Primal Scream’s “Kowalski” (With Kate Moss), Elton John’s “Something About The Way You Look Tonight”, Ginuwine’s “In Those Jeans” video and, later, in Ludacris’s “Act a Fool”. Her acting career includes films like 2 Fast 2 Furious, D.E.B.S., Sin City, Dead or Alive and War.

She has joined L.A.’s International Creative Management for representation and The Firm for management (which manages the likes of Jennifer Lopez and Adrien Brody). Aoki plans on launching her own clothing line, and has signed on to New York entrepreneur Richie Akiva’s record label, where she will cut her own album[4]. In September 2007, it was announced she was designing jeans line for Levi’s. “One of the coolest designs is an adjustable zip waist you can tighten with an elegant clasp closure,” she told to reporters.


Lancome, Moschino, e-Luxury, Alessandro Dell’Aqua, Max Factor, Chanel, Versace, Helena Rubenstein, Ungaro, Bloomingdales, Junko Shimada


Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Madam Figaro, Cosmo Girl, i-D, Nylon, Nova, Trace

Fashion shows:

Blumarine, Chanel, Diane von Furstenburg, Fendi, Issey Miyake, Paco Rabanne, Anna Sui, Celine, Christian Lacroix, Emmanual Ungaro, Gucci Jeans, Jean Paul Gaultier, Lagerfeld Gallery, MARC, Oscar de la Renta, Sephora, Sonia Rykiel, Valentino, Victor & Rolph, Marc Jacobs, Hugo Boss