Lauren Gold - Career - Modelling


When Gold was 13, her mother, who had been a model in the 1960s, sent pictures of her to children's modelling agencies. Her first agency was Now Models. One of her earliest jobs was an appearance in music videos by Roxette.

Due to her height and build, Gold was able to segway from child model to fashion model. She left Now and signed with Select Model Management in London where she was developed into a fashion model. In Fall of 1996, she appeared on the cover of Marie Claire in the United Kingdom. Early in her career, she appeared in MJ Cole's ("Crazy Love") as well as adverts for Marks & Spencer and Next. In 2000, Gold landed the lead in Robbie Williams Rock DJ.

By 2002, Gold left Select in favor for Take 2 Model Management. Gold signed with now defunct Take 2 Model Management who represented top fashion models such as Natalia Vodianova, Esther Canadas, and Jacquetta Wheeler. While at Take 2, Gold branched out as both an editorial model as well as a commercial model. Despite being a fashion model, Gold has appeared in men's magazine Maxim as well as advertisements for Coca-Cola and Vodafone.

In 2004, Gold modelled for lingerie catalogue Figleaves up until 2005. She also did a campaign for Janet Reger lingerie which was shot by Oliver Pearce. In October 2005, she walked in the Agent Provocateur Charity Fashion Show in London. The following year Gold left Take 2 and signed with NEXT London. With Next, Gold landed her most lucrative endorsement deal to date with La Senza. She has been featured on the website, catalogues, and advertisements for the lingerie company. Despite filming for Dream Team, Gold continued to land campaigns including Truworths in South Africa. In 2007, she was featured in two commercials for Norwegian eye wear brand, Brilleland. In addition, Gold took part of the Amber Fashion-Grand Prix and Fashion Unite. Gold along with Petra Nemcova, Jessica Sjöö, Tereza Maxová, and Lena Gercke walked in the Charity Fashion Show in Monaco.

In 2008, Gold signed to Models 1. That same year, Gold became the editorial face of Pantene Pro-V Shine in the United Kingdom as well as landed campaigns for Bora Aksu and People Tree. Since then, Gold has featured in advertisements for Jockey Underwear, Triumph International, Ballet Lingerie, and Wonderbra.

In 2010, Gold was featured in an advertorial for Elizabeth Arden as well as a British commercial for Lenor fabric softener. In late 2010, Gold could be seen modelling for British clothing company East Ltd, Debenhams, Gray & Bourne, and Damsel in a Dress. In September 2010, Gold was featured in an editorial spread for She magazine in the UK. Additionally, she signed with Cathy Quinn Models in New York.

In early 2011, Gold continued to model for East as well as Gray and Osbourn. In Spring 2011, Gold became the face of TK Maxx in the United Kingdom and Ireland. She was featured in two television commercials as well as several print ads photographed by Jason Bell. By Summer 2011, Gold shot campaigns for, John Lewis, and Littlewoods. Gold was featured in's Autumn/Winter 2011 Lookbook. In September 2011, Gold landed in the Top 1000 Models on Fashion Model Directory. In late 2011, Gold landed a campaign for Gleneagles Hotel which was featured in Tatler magazine. In February 2012, she was featured in a swimwear campaign with M&Co. She also did a campaign for Debenhams and David M Robinson Jewellery. In late 2012, Gold shot several editorials for Woman Magazine as well as an advertorial for Playtex lingerie for Red Magazine.

In January 2013, Gold shot a campaign for People Tree in India. During which time, she traveled around India with People Tree CEO Safia Minney and fashion designer Zandra Rhodes where they unveiled a new project to help rural Indian women.

Currently, Gold is signed to Models 1 in London, Cathy Quinn Models in New York, Unity Models in Munich, Modelwerk in Hamburg, Central Models in Lisbon, Francina in Barcelona, Stockholmsgruppen in Stockholm, MC2 in Tel Aviv, Shine Group in Johannesburg, Image Models in Athens, Next Models in Los Angeles, IMM Models in Brussels, and Spot 6 Management in Toronto.

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