Georgia Frost was born in London on 30 July 1990.† She was originally scouted at age 13 while shopping at Camden Market. Sarah Leon, a modelling agent for New Faces, first noticed Frost, but while she thought Frost was certainly model material, when she learned that Frost was only 13, she thought the young woman was not old enough to be a model.† Leon told Frost she had modelling potential, but she did not sign her.† Two years later, Frost was at a Clothes Show Live trade show when she was approached by an agent from Select Model Management.† This time, she was offered a modelling contract.† In 2006, she left school to pursue her modelling career full time.
Frost is 1.78 metres tall, with measurements around 86-61-86.† Her dress size is 34 and her shoe size is 40.† Georgia has brown eyes and, naturally, has peroxide blonde hair.† However, in 2007, she died her hair, which was one of her trademarks, to a dark brown.† This hasnít hurt her popularity, although many of her fans have been a bit disappointed that she did away with her classic blonde look.† Her peroxide hair contrasted with her dark eyebrows, something that gave her a somewhat unique look that few other models had.
Print Publications and Ads
Georgia Frost has appeared in a number of different print ads.† Her first major shoot was for photographer Steven Klein, who actually requested Frost for his photo shoot.† Following this, she appeared on the cover of the Evening Standard, was featured in many different Burberry ads along with Stella Tennant and Kate Moss, and was later photographed for the Dolce & Gabbana spring ad campaign and the Bloomingdales fall catalogue.† Also during 2007, Frost was named the face of Alberta Ferretti and Anna Molinari.† That same year, Georgia appeared in editorials for numerous magazines, including Japanese, Chinese, and Italian Vogue, French Revue de Modes, and i-D.†† In 2007, she was named a top ten newcomer on style.com, in part because she grabbed four major contracts after only doing three small runway shows.
In 2008, Georgia Frost appeared in the spring ads for H&M, made the editorial of British Elle and of Velvet, and appeared on the cover of City.† She also appeared in the fall ads for Kate Spade and in the fall issues of Lula and Tush.†
On the Runway
Frostís first runway walk was at the Julian Macdonald show in the spring of 2007, shortly after she left school to begin modelling professionally.† Georgia later modelled for Karl Lagerfeld, Vivienne Westwood, and Maison Martin Margiela.† In June of 2007, she modelled for Burberry at their resort presentation, then went on to appear in spring shows for Tuleh, Peter Som, Heatherette, and Helmut Lang.† She has also walked the runway for Alberta Feretti, Diesel, Jill Stuart, Junko Shimada, Kenzo, Comme des Garcons, and Lacoste, among others.† Currently, Georgia Frost is represented by Select Model Management of London, the Marilyn Agency of New York, and Women Management of Milan and Paris.