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Lily Cole

(1987-), Fashion model

Sitter in 6 portraits
Discovered at fourteen and signed to Storm Models, Cole's first important cover was in 2003 for Italian Vogue, by Steven Meisel. A year later she was named Model of the Year at the British Fashion Awards 2004. Since then she has been photographed by leading photographers for prominent advertising campaigns including Chanel and Marks and Spencer. Cole has had prominent film roles in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009) and Rage (2009). She is ambassador for children's charity Global Angels and is an ally for environmental organisation Western Shoshone. She graduated with a double first in history of art from King's College, Cambridge in 2011.

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Lily Cole, by Mariano Vivanco - NPG x132717

Lily Cole

by Mariano Vivanco
archival inkjet print, 2001
NPG x132717

Lily Cole as Elizabeth I, by Eitan Lee Al - NPG x131273

Lily Cole as Elizabeth I

by Eitan Lee Al
digital colour print, February 2005
NPG x131273

Lily Cole ('Like a Painting'), by Miles Aldridge - NPG x131994

Lily Cole ('Like a Painting')

by Miles Aldridge
digital chromogenic print, 2005
NPG x131994

Lily Cole, by Emma Hardy - NPG x128783

Lily Cole

by Emma Hardy
chromogenic print, 30 August 2006
NPG x128783

Lily Cole, by Anna Bauer - NPG x131791

Lily Cole

by Anna Bauer
chromogenic contact print, October 2007
NPG x131791

Lily Cole, by Anna Bauer - NPG x131804

Lily Cole

by Anna Bauer
chromogenic contact print, September 2007
NPG x131804


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