Leilani Bishop-Luber
height 5'8"
bust 34"
waist 25"
hips 35"
shoes 8 US
hair Blonde
eyes Green
height 5'8"
bust 34"
waist 25"
hips 35"
shoes 8 US
hair Blonde
eyes Green
Portfolio image for Leilani Bishop-Luber in La women All at Next Management

Leilani Bishop, born in Hawaii to parents influenced by the hippie generation, was raised in an environment that prioritized natural and organic living. Her mother's holistic approach to health shaped her upbringing, and Leilani carries forward those traditions, raising her own son with the same health-conscious values instilled in her from an early age. Leilani was scouted at age of 15, where she then moved to New York and traveled aboard to Paris, Milan, London. Her breakthrough moment arrived with an iconic ALLURE cover, photographed by Sante D'Orazio. This paved the way for prestigious campaigns with esteemed brands such as The Gap, Banana Republic, Versus, and Tommy Hilfiger. Throughout her career, Leilani has had the privilege of working alongside respected photographers and designers, including Steven Meisel, Pamela Hanson, Albert Watson, Arthur Elgort, Bruce Weber, and Ellen von Unwerth and has graced the runways of fashion houses Balenciaga, Calvin Klein, Chloe, Dolce & Gabbana, Versus, DKNY, and Victoria's Secret. As she expanded her horizons beyond modeling, she ventured into the realm of acting, securing the lead role in "Intern," a film showcased at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival. Her artistic endeavors also included starring in Third Eye Blind's music video for "Deep Inside of You" and gracing the cover of Hole's breakthrough album, "Live Through This." After becoming a mother, Leilani returned to her beloved Hawaii, where she founded the non-profit organization Women for the World. Through this initiative, she united women in her industry to support education worldwide, funding schools in India, Swaziland, and California. Leilani also collaborated with Paul Cummings, the founder of Crossroads, in his mission to provide education to incarcerated and underprivileged girls in downtown Los Angeles. In 2012, capitalizing on her success in the fashion and beauty industry, Leilani launched her own line of fragrance oils, aptly named Leilani Bishop Fragrances. Rooted in her upbringing, lifestyle, and transformative travels, the line epitomizes her essence and values. Inspired by her experience in the emerging clean beauty industry, Leilani's entrepreneurial spirit led her to venture into retail. Teaming up with an expert in running successful retail operations, they created Botanica Bazaar. Opening in 2016, this transformative space reimagined the American pharmacy experience, infusing it with a European apothecary ambiance.   In 2021, Leilani launched the Botanica Bazaar Podcast, utilizing her expertise and background to host brand owners and thought leaders, extending the educational platform and reach of Botanica Bazaar. Passionate about preserving the environment and supporting indigenous cultures, Leilani sits on the board of her family's Carbon Project, located in the Peruvian Amazon. This 12,000-acre reserve works tirelessly to preserve the land and uplift the indigenous cultures that have made the Amazon their home. Leilani's dedication to holistic well-being extends beyond her professional endeavors. She is a certified yoga instructor with an impressive 18 years of practice, finding solace and strength. Surfing holds a special place in her heart as well, allowing her to connect with the ocean's energy and find moments of pure joy. Currently, Leilani splits her time between Amagansett, New York, and the Berkshires, Massachusetts where her and her husband recently invested and completed a restoration project.

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