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Natalie Loren is the striking face for Elizabeth Arden
Jan '10
Renowned British photographer Willy Camden – whose previous campaigns include Sony, Bacardi and Hugo Boss – selected Natalie to be one of the three girls to feature in this prestigious shoot. Photographed at Milk Studios in New York in late 2009, the high-profile campaign will appear in, to name but a few, GQ, Rolling Stone, Men's Journal, US Weekly and ESPN.

This campaign is the latest accomplishment in Natalie's successful modelling career, which began when she was scouted in her home-town of Liverpool at the age of 16. Over that time her striking looks – the unusual result of having an English mother and Mauritian father – have secured her work, among many others, with leading names such as ASOS and Agent Provocateur and editorial features in FHM and Maxim.

Represented in the UK by LENI'S MODEL MANAGEMENT, Natalie currently divides her time between London and Los Angeles. With regular appearances on Entourage and MTV, a promising acting career is broadening her appeal both at home and abroad.

Leni's Model Management is a boutique model agency based in central London. Previously Quintessentially Models, founder and director Eleni Renton has recently relaunched the company to focus it more on the agency's core ideology. The "ethical model agency", Leni's believes in promoting a realistic body image for women. It prides itself on the management of its models, whose health and well-being are always at the forefront of the agency's ethos.

Leni's Model Management

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