Sigrid Agren is top fashion model of French-Swedish descent.
Sigrid was born on Martinique in the Caribbean, which is part of France.
So, Sigrid is as French as President Macron or Charles de Gaulle.
Sigrid became famous as a model early on, capturing the fashion world's attention at the Elite Model Look in 2006.
Sigrid was only 15 when she appeared at Elite Model Look and made a splash. Even for a model, gaining renown at such a young age is unusual.
Sigrid has modeled for all the top names: Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan, Rodarte, Prada, Louis Vuitton, and Armani.
She is a cover girl and has been featured in Vogue Paris, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, and man other top fashion magazines.
In 2009, Sigrid became the face of Stella McCartney, replacing Kate Moss. That is fast company for a young model - well, for any model, young or not.
She is considered one of the top models right now and is ranked as of this writing at No. 10 on the Top 50 models-Women list.
Sigrid walked the 2013 and 2014 Victoria's Secret Fashion Shows.
|Sigrid Agren - for Chanel Jewelry S/S 13|
Sigrid has a talent for different looks. She can look ultra-sophisticated, but also very normal and down-to-earth. She is a very beautiful girl with a wholesome appeal. Her face is strikingly beautiful, with not a pore out of place. Many people comment on her eyes, which some say are the most enchanting and expressive in the business. Sigrid, to her credit, has a casual European attitude about her body and has no problem posing nude.
On a personal side, Sigrid studied ballet for 11 years and still loves it.
Sigrid has blonde hair and light brown eyes.
Sigrid has enrolled at Columbia University’s School of General Studies and has become a photographer herself.
Sigrid also publishes a blog, Exploring Other Ways.
Sigrid has not left the world of fashion behind but is simply expanding her own possibilities.
What I love about fashion is that there is no right or wrong, but lots of different ways to create and express yourself—in my opinion that is the beauty of this industry.
When I travel, I look at other cultures without judgment, without asking myself if it is right or wrong. I realize that they are just different ways of seeing and experiencing life, none being more legitimate than another.