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Ashley Diana Morris new face of Guess
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Feb '13
Paul Marciano has found his next iconic blonde "Guess Girl." Being labelled as the next Brigitte Bardot of our generation, Ashley Diana has the stunning good looks of Anna Nicole Smith and the poise of Claudia Schiffer.

After Guess's 30th anniversary celebration, it is truly exciting to have an undiscovered fresh face as the new Guess girl of 2013. Ashley Diana Morris is going to be a face that the world will be seeing much more of, and like many of the iconic models of our time, she is starting under the experienced, sharp eye of Paul Marciano and Guess.

"This feels like I won the Super bowl of modeling. When Paul Marciano said that I will be one of the most recognized faces in the world because of Guess, I felt like I was following in the footsteps of women who I dreamed of being like since I was a little girl. I'm still pinching myself it's all so surreal." –Ashley Diana Morris

The 5'9 blonde bombshell was discovered in Vancouver, Canada by photographer Odette Sugerman (Guess, Vogue). After finding out she had never modeled before, Paul Marciano flew the young beauty to Los Angeles, met with her and knew right away he had found a star – his next muse.

Ashley Diana was soon presented with a multi-figure modeling contract with the clothing brand. The new "it girl" is coming onto the fashion scene with the Guess lingerie and bikini campaigns.

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