Lauren Hutton
Actress, model
Lauren Hutton
Lauren Hutton is an American model and actress. She is best known for her starring roles in the movies American Gigolo and Lassiter, and also for her fashion modeling career.
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Lauren Hutton's personal information overview.
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The 27 Most Beautifully Diverse Fashion And Beauty Campaigns Of 2016
Huffington Post - 2 months
It’s been a year of peaks and valleys for diversity in fashion (and pretty much everything else, too).  Inclusivity rose at Fashion Week, but an alarming number of magazines failed to use a single model of color on covers the whole year. Ashley Graham starred on the cover of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue, but some designers flat out refused to send clothing for her groundbreaking cover of British Vogue.  So now more than ever, it feels necessary to take a look back at the beautiful, inspired, forward-thinking campaigns and imagery that did show up in our social media feeds, on YouTube and across the internet this year. See 29 of our favorites below. 1. Actress/model Hari Nef for Mansur Gavriel HARI NEF FOR MANSUR GAVRIEL ❤️ SUN BAG CAMMELLO A photo posted by Mansur Gavriel (@mansurgavriel) on May 31, 2016 at 9:46am PDT The model, activist and actress, who is transgender, became the brand’s first major campaign star in May. She also no ...
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Holiday Style Essential:The Statement Earring
Huffington Post - 3 months
With Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror, the holiday season is in full swing -- and, with it, the holiday party circuit. I may be biased, but there's really only one thing you need to punch up a look and that's accessories and, more specifically, jewelry. You could wear the simplest LBD, but with smart accessorizing, you'll turn heads. A stylish pair of shoes? Sure, but after you make your entrance, they'll fade from the spotlight. Ditto for a cute clutch -- it remains unseen at a dinner party, tucked beneath the table and under your chair. A brilliant pair of statement earrings, however, goes a long way to light up your outfit and, since it beautifully frames your face, it pulls attention to where it matters: you. Designers Oren and Yarden Katz of Carbon & Hyde also highlight another reason why statement earrings are a holiday essential: "As we get into the colder season and start bundling up, stacking your ears is the best way to add a good sparkle while your wrists and neck ...
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Lauren Hutton revisits 'American Gigolo' for Bottega Veneta
Yahoo News - 5 months
MILAN (AP) — Milan designers are keeping it clean for next season.
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H&M's Feminist Ad Completely Destroys What It Means To Be A 'Lady'
Huffington Post - 5 months
Being a “lady” means doing whatever the hell you want ― at least, that appears to be the message of a new H&M ad. The spot was recently published for H&M’s autumn 2016 collection and it does not disappoint. The ad features all kinds of women looking, feeling and simply existing however they want.  The ad features model Adwoa Aboah, actress Lauren Hutton, Lion Babe’s Jillian Hervey, trans actress Hari Nef and Design Army’s CCO Pum Lefebure. The video is set to a remake of Tom Jones’ 1971 hit “She’s A Lady,” by Lion Babe. From a trans woman walking to work to a young woman manspreading on the subway to a woman running an office ― the video is a badass commentary on what it really means to be a woman today. Take a look at a few of our favorite moments:  The ad will start airing on TV Sept. 21. For now, take a look at the spot below.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The H ...
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Are You Too Old to Be Hot?
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Is there really a cutoff for sexy? Is there an age where you're no longer considered beautiful anymore? We see celebrities chasing their youth when their faces no longer move or they don't look like themselves. Instead of saying how hard it is for female celebrities to age gracefully or judging what procedures they do, I just want us to get REAL. All women that I know are conscious of the way they look. Even I have felt like I should buy makeup that's got the age-defying-you'll-trick-nature-and-stop-time serum. Who are we trying to impress, men or women? Many of my friends talk about themselves in a negative light, be it their body or how old they look. They range from their twenties up into their fifties. I wish they could see how beautiful they are. I tease them that they're going to look back when they're in their eighties and think, Look at that sexy little thing! I'll be saying, "TOLD YA SO!" I'll shout because we'll be hard of hearing and I'll be trying to make a point. I ...
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Why I'm Over 50 And Not Going To Take It Anymore
Huffington Post - over 3 years
When was the last time you saw a group of mid-life women dining out at a restaurant? Maybe they were at the table right next to you, but you never noticed them. If a woman in Los Angeles is single and over 50 the message the city gives her, both personally and professionally is, "Get out of town." As a woman in my 50s, walking down a city street, I feel invisible to almost any man walking past me. I've been that unseen woman over and over again. Friends have echoed this experience to me as well. Single? No one wants to date a midlife woman either. Check the world of Internet dating, where most men, no matter what their age, list themselves as only interested in women up to 44 years old. A friend turned 46 and wanted to try online dating. I told her the age range factoid and instructed her to, "Pick an age from 40 to 44. Then just do the math when they ask questions about your childhood." Photo: ©Catherine Leach Even though he doesn't realize it, deep down in his lizard brain, when ...
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Fame and Fortune, Three Hundred Years Apart
Huffington Post - over 3 years
He looks rather ordinary, but he's young and obviously happy -why else would he be laughing so freely? He is a newcomer to LA, having arrived only a few weeks ago, but already he is a celebrity. Why, you ask? It's obvious: almost $25 million was reportedly spent to bring him here and -trust me -the man is worth every single penny. Yes, I am talking about the extremely rare self-portrait of young Rembrandt (1606 - 1669) -probably in his early twenties. The portrait, painted on a small copper plate, was recently acquired by The Getty Museum and it was put on display last week. With the exception of Van Gogh, no other artist produced as many self-portraits as Rembrandt. One of the reasons we love and cherish these artists so much is not only because of their great talent, but because we feel we know them on a deeply personal level. Every time I have the chance to see their self-portraits, I feel I am having a deep, profound conversation with these artists, as if they are my old-ti ...
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See Inside Vogue Paris November 2013
Huffington Post - over 3 years
By Rachel Huber With Gisele lighting up the cover, November's Vogue Paris brims with all the best in seasonal beauty hints and tips, photographed of course by some of the industry's finest. "Focusing on the transformative power of beauty, November's Vogue Paris explores how even the smallest change can boost your appearance and update an entire look, whether it's a glossy lip, shimmery eye or a soft, fresh complexion," writes Vogue Paris' Editor-in-chief Emanuelle Alt in her editor's letter. And for the issue, who better than Brazilian bombshell Gisele Bündchen, the poster child for healthy, vibrant and 100% natural beauty to take the cover? Appearing on the magazine for the first time since Vogue Paris' June/July 2012 body issue, Bündchen heads November's line-up of stunning Vogue Paris girls who all prove that when it comes to makeovers, subtlety rules. Inside, discover everything from the latest and greatest in product imports and must-adopt beauty tips and tricks from acro ...
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Beauty Queens, Ballerinas And More Glamorous Women Who Do Their Own Makeup
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Plenty of stars have so-called glam squads behind them, the professionals behind the made-up face and perfectly blown-out hair. But as it turns out, there are those famous faces who, well, do their own faces. And to be honest, their cosmetics skills are putting ours to shame. Models Teams of makeup artists sit backstage at Fashion Week, prepping each girl for the runway. But there are those models who prefer to take matters into their own hands. For her recent Lucky Brand ad campaign, Lauren Hutton arrived on set with her own tools, according to Women's Wear Daily: "She also brought her own makeup and took care of every last brush stroke herself." Gisele has also said she does her own makeup stunts, telling Elle, "I've always attempted to do my own lashes because it's hard for me to have somebody with a wand right near my eye." Miss America Contestants We were stunned to find out that the beauty queens at Miss America do all their own makeup backstage. Kelly Richardson, a pro ...
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9 Gap-Toothed Models That Inspire Us To Embrace Our Quirks
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Quirk isn't the name of the game when it comes to the fashion world -- we tend to hear more tales of aesthetic conformity and trend-chasing than unguarded, individual expression. But there are some ladies out there making waves in the modeling industry by embracing what makes them unique: tooth gaps. It may seem small, but the nuance a gap-toothed smile can bring to a photoshoot is enough to add personality and charm to boot. The French were clearly ahead of the curve when they coined the term les dents du bonheur, meaning "lucky teeth" and referring to the gapped variation. After all, where would Brigitte Bardot, an undeniable sex symbol, be without her distinct, "imperfect" pout? Below, we've rounded up the models who are refusing to hide their lovely gap-toothed grins -- and still dominating runways and the pages of magazines. 1. Georgia May Jagger As the daughter of a rock legend, Jagger no doubt had a leg up in the modeling world, but she still faced criticism about he ...
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Happy Birthday to You
Huffington Post - over 3 years
"You know you are getting old when the candles cost more than the cake." Bob Hope Few family traditions imbed themselves in our memories more than our birthday celebrations. As a child, my birthdays were marked by modest family gifts and my mother's homemade cake with candles creatively aligned in just the right way. One of my favorite childhood photographs was taken on October 22, 1953, the same day I turned eight and my great-grandfather, Myer Gibble, turned 80. Evie remembers how her mother always prepared her favorite meal for her birthday -- navy bean soup. How could we celebrate a birthday without birthday cards? Evie and I usually give each other two or more cards because one just doesn't begin to capture everything we are trying to say to each other. And, those which come from other family members and colleagues and friends all capture, in part, the cherished relationships we build over the years. More and more birthday greetings come to us through E-cards and Face ...
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Tyra Banks' Model Photos Show Her Amazing Ability To Transform
Huffington Post - over 3 years
We've seen Tyra Banks teach her "Top Model" protégées the art of transformation for 20 cycles now, so it's nice to see the model practice what she preaches... and then some. When Banks released three images of her uncanny supermodel impersonations on Saturday, we were stunned. Little did we know, she had 12 more up her sleeve, all part of a photography exhibition entitled "15" (named for the 15 models she channels). Styled by Bank's stylist, Ty-Ron Mayes, the Udo Spreitzenbarth-lensed shots are "un-retouched" and each more stupefying than the last -- Tyra's spot-on portrayals are borderline creepy. Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, Lauren Hutton, Jerry Hall, Iman, Kate Moss, Twiggy, Brooke Shields, Claudia Schiffer, Carmen Dell’Orefice and Grace Jones all made the list of iconic supermodels imitated in the exhibition. But modern fashion darlings like Kate Upton, Karlie Kloss and Cara Delevingne were also deemed worthy of a Banks rendering. Oh, and of course she threw in a nod to he ...
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Lauren Hutton: Retouched photos make me look ‘like a barbie doll’ [Photos]
Calgary Sun - over 3 years
Model-turned-actress Lauren Hutton is not a fan of a digitally retouching old photos after discovering one of her classic shots has been reworked to make her look "like a Barbie doll".
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Babe Alert: Lauren Hutton Never Ages!
Huffington Post - over 3 years
This week on Instagram, it was all about fall fashion. Sadly summer is almost over, but the chic boots and luxurious coats for the coming season are brightening our spirits. A.P.C. snapped an array of flats in rich colors, while Nanette Lepore gave us a lesson in getting dressed for the office. Meanwhile, Interview Magazine shared a picture of the always gorgeous Lauren Hutton and Forever21 had us harkening back to the days when Ryan Gosling was just a boy. Let us know which Instagrams are your favorite of the week or if we missed any great ones! More of our favorite Instagrams: Want more? Be sure to check out HuffPost Style on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest and Instagram at @HuffPostStyle.
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Chic Clicks: Kellan Lutz Goes Shirtless (Again!) for OP; Plus, Lauren Hutton Stars In New Lucky Campaign
People Magazine - over 3 years
Courtesy OP –Remember this OP ad starring Kellan Lutz chowing down (shirtless) on a slice of watermelon? Get ready to swoon all over again because the actor and Katrina Bowden shot a whole new round of skin-baring ads [OP] –What does a new creative director at Coach mean for you? According to CEO Victor Luis: “You can have a $5,000, $2,000, $3,000 Coach bag in the future.” It’s time to start saving! [Fashionista] –See Scarlett Johansson‘s super-sexy new Vanity Fair France cover [Styleite] –Get ready to have your mind blown: Lauren Hutton is 69 (how amazing does she look?) and the new face of Lucky brand’s latest campaign [Huffington Post Style] –Bar Refaeli isn’t “throwing on her Louboutins” like J. Lo, she’s covering her naked body with them! [Instagram] –Are guys in white shirts scientifically proven to be more attractive? This new study says so [The Daily Mail]
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Lauren Hutton Lucky Brand Ads Show Model Hasn't Lost Her Gift (PHOTOS)
Huffington Post - over 3 years
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Lauren Hutton’s nude modelling shots up for sale
Calgary Sun - over 3 years
Nude snaps of a teenage Lauren Hutton taken in 1962 are set to go under the hammer.
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Marni Soupcoff: Abercrombie & Fitch Owed Us No Apology
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Abercrombie & Fitch is back with another apology, is it? That's probably to be expected. Going on the record as a brand that wants attractive, skinny, popular kids in its clothes (and by inference would rather the fat loners of the world buy and wear something else) is the sort of thing that causes people to take offense. I get that. But honestly, I feel a bit sorry for A&F CEO Mike Jeffries, whose recently recirculated 2006 remarks are of the root of the current controversy. Because all he did was say out loud, and without apology, what the vast majority of clothing lines out there already seem to be thinking and practicing. "We go after the attractive all-American kid with a great attitude and a lot of friends," Jeffries told Salon writer Benoit Denizet-Lewis. "A lot of people don't belong [in our clothes], and they can't belong." Mean, cynical, and a recipe for poor self-esteem? Probably. But take a little cyber stroll over to the websites o ...
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Lauren Hutton's Surprise Confession
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Celebrity drug confessions are not necessarily shocking news, but when they come from supermodel, actress, style-maven and activist Lauren Hutton? Pretty unexpected, we'd say. Hutton, 69, attended the African Rainforest Bowery Hotel Conservancy last week and was overheard telling an interesting story. "We were stoned," Hutton reportedly said to a New York Daily News reporter, recalling a time when she got lost in a forest on the island of Seychelles. "It was a very scary night, and all you could hear was the bats. They have these gigantic bats. It took three hours to get out, and it was on the edge of a cliff." Surprising as that may be, it turns out this isn't the first time Hutton has recounted that story. In a 2004 interview with Esquire titled "What I've Learned," the supermodel reminisced: "I was hanging out with this tribe in the interior of the Congo. This girl and I were tripping along one night in the dark jungle. She looked up at me and held out this swarmi ...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lauren Hutton
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2014
    Age 70
    As of 2014, Hutton has never married, but was involved in a 27-year-long relationship with her manager Bob Williamson, who died in the 1990s.
    More Details Hide Details Williamson squandered some US$13 million of her money. Hutton later explained that he had saved her life on five occasions and made sure that she "didn't get seduced by the work." She spoke of a void that Williamson filled: I didn't have a father, and I wanted to be a child with a protector. I'd never seen a shrink, and there was a psychological situation that clearly needed to be addressed. But, you know, I wanted to see the world and how people lived and think about who are we, how are we, why is the world? And Bob did that for me. In July 2013, Hutton revealed that she was in the process of writing her memoir, which may be titled Smile, and also explained the value of traveling and exploration in her life thus far: "whenever I came back from Africa or the Antarctic, head swelling with the beauty of it all, I found I was loving life again. You look different because of everything that has gone on inside of you "
    As of March 2014, Hutton is represented by the IMG Models agency and is one of their "Special Bookings" models.
    More Details Hide Details Julianne Moore and Liv Tyler are also represented by IMG under the same category. As an actress, Hutton made her film debut in the Paper Lion (1968), and she won notices for her performances in James Toback's The Gambler (1974), opposite James Caan. She also starred in John Carpenter's TV movie Someone's Watching Me! (1978) and played the wealthy adventurous adulteress in American Gigolo (1980). Important roles in major films were relatively few, however, and her acting career diminished during the 1980s, with most of her appearances being in minor European features or American films that fizzled at the box office, such as Lassiter (1984), Once Bitten (1985), and Guilty as Charged (1992). In 1984, she was offered a role for a TV series, Paper Dolls. MGM decided to produce a weekly series based on the TV movie for ABC, recasting several of the original roles from the 1982 production. However, the series was short-lived and was canceled after 13 episodes. In 1986, she starred opposite Stacy Keach in The Return Of Mike Hammer. In the spring of 1987, Hutton had a starring role opposite William Devane in a sci-fi themed ABC Movie of the Week titled Timestalkers, that did well with both the critics' reviews and the TV ratings.
  • 2011
    Age 67
    Hutton then appeared alongside people such as actress Shuya Chang and Annie Lennox's daughter Tali Lennox in the spring 2011 ad campaign for the Club Monaco retail brand.
    More Details Hide Details The lookbook was photographed by Ryan McGinley, the youngest photographer to be featured in the Whitney Museum of American Art at the time of the Club Monaco shoot.
    In terms of fashion work, 2011 was also a fairly busy year for Hutton, as it commenced with her selection as the house model for the Alexis Bittar jewelry brand in February.
    More Details Hide Details Designer Alexis Bittar, a recipient of the CFDA Accessory Designer of the Year award, personally selected Hutton after choosing Joan Collins for the previous year. Hutton stated that Bittar's jewelry is "like art and still doesn't look like anything I have ever seen."
  • 2010
    Age 66
    Hutton was also a guest judge on the fashion designer reality television show Project Runway in 2010.
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    A third-party licensing brand of the Jim Henson Company, Henson Independent Properties (HIP), entered into an agreement with Hutton in November 2010 to act as the global licensing agent for her merchandising program.
    More Details Hide Details Targeted at women over 40 years of age, the brand launched products such as eyewear, handbags, and luggage, and home décor, globally in 2012. HIP's senior vice president at the time referred to Hutton as a "trailblazer" in the press release.
  • 2008
    Age 64
    In 2008, Hutton accepted an offer from Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to appear in the lookbook for their clothing line The Row, and explained in 2010: "I saw the clothes, and they were wonderful, real simple, minimalist designs...
    More Details Hide Details Ash had a place on the beach, so we did it at her place... And they would dance on the deck, and I would do what they were doing. And it was good." During the same year, retailer Mango launched a fashion collection inspired by Hutton's personal style. Alongside celebrity models such as Iman and Paulina Porizkova, Hutton was one of the panel members in a roundtable discussion for the "Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion" gala, an annual event organized by the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute. Held in May 2009, the discussion occurred at New York's Minetta Tavern. Photographs of Hutton were also displayed as part of a historical fashion exhibition that acknowledged the significance of models.
  • 2005
    Age 61
    In October 2005, Hutton was interviewed on ABC's Good Morning America program in relation to the future release of an edition of Big magazine that was entirely dedicated to Hutton's career and included eight pages of nude photos.
    More Details Hide Details Hutton agreed to pose nude for the feature, titled "Lauren Hutton: The Beautiful Persists", when she was 61 years old, and explained to GMA: I want them women not to be ashamed of who they are when they're in bed. Society has told us to be ashamed... The really important thing is that women understand not to listen to a 2,000-year-old patriarchal society. Hutton, who is supposedly one of four women offered US$1 million by Larry Flynt to pose nude, also explained that she first sought permission from her 14 godchildren, who told her the photographs would be "inspirational".
  • FIFTIES
  • 2003
    Age 59
    Hutton is the original vice-president of the Guggenheim Museum Motorcycle Club, and, in 2003, was a board member of the National Museum of Women in Arts in Washington, D.C., US.
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  • 2000
    Age 56
    Following her recovery from a motorcycle accident in 2000, she became the spokeswoman for her own signature brand of cosmetics, "Lauren Hutton's Good Stuff", a line of cosmetic products for mature women.
    More Details Hide Details The brand was sold primarily in the USA, but was also available through secondary distribution channels throughout Europe and South America.
  • 1999
    Age 55
    Hutton was presented on the November 1999 Millennium cover of American Vogue as one of the "Modern Muses".
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  • 1997
    Age 53
    The following year, Hutton's late-night talk show for Turner Original Production, Lauren Hutton and, debuted and ran until 1997.
    More Details Hide Details Hutton's partner at the time, Luca Babini, was the director, set designer and post-production supervisor of the talk show, and the couple founded Lula Productions as part of their arrangement with the Turner media company. Hutton appeared in her first feature film in two decades with the 2009 release of The Joneses, in which she starred alongside David Duchovny and Demi Moore. When asked about her decision to play the head of a marketing company, Hutton explained: I thought it was an extraordinary script, and a great idea, this stealth marketing. My character had worked with Demi Moore when Demi was an 18-year-old, having her sitting on bar stools at expensive bars and ordering certain champagnes and certain cigarettes. And now she has little pods of these families all over the country, and she's got them in rented houses for a year at a whack to heist all the neighbors. And I thought that capitalism could be as vicious as anything they ever came up with in the U.S.S.R. And certainly to some degree, we do seem to be involved in that, don't we? All these people who do double jobs of acting were on red carpets wearing diamonds and $20,000 dresses, and that's a full-time job. I never did that.
    In 1997, Hutton became a brand ambassador and appeared in multiple advertising campaigns for the Australian department store David Jones; in 2001, she was replaced by Megan Gale.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1993
    Age 49
    In 1993, Hutton performed as a runway model for designer Calvin Klein and The New York Times responded by publishing an article in Hutton was "just as good as the current flock of fledglings."
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  • 1991
    Age 47
    Hutton met Luca Babini on a film set in 1991 and he said of the relationship's development in 1996: "I was coming out of a divorce, and she became like a sister to me.
    More Details Hide Details Then I fell in love with her. And I loved her feet, which say so much about a person." Babini also referred to Hutton as "accessible and down to earth," and described her as a person with "very clear opinions" that she was willing to express. In October 2000, Hutton joined a motorbike group, which included actors Dennis Hopper, Laurence Fishburne and Jeremy Irons, to celebrate "The Art of the Motorcycle" exhibit at the Hermitage-Guggenheim museum in Las Vegas, Nevada. Prior to the journey, Hutton informed the Las Vegas Review-Journal: "I love the feeling of being a naked egg atop that throbbing steel. You feel vulnerable — but so alive." En route, Hutton crashed near Hoover Dam, on the border between the US states of Arizona and Nevada, going over per hour, and suffered multiple leg fractures, a fractured arm, broken ribs and sternum, and a punctured lung. Hopper later recalled from before the start of the ride: "She had on a little helmet, sort of tied under her chin. It was cute. And Jeremy Irons came up to her and said, 'You got to be kidding.' He took it off her and gave her a proper helmet."
  • TWENTIES
  • 1973
    Age 29
    In 1973, Hutton signed a contract with Revlon cosmetics, worth US$250,000 a year for 20 days' work, a professional relationship that lasted for ten years.
    More Details Hide Details Hutton's initial contract with Revlon involved representation of the Ultima II brand. Twenty years later, she signed a new contract with Revlon to be the spokeswoman for Results, a collection of corrective moisturizing treatments.
  • 1964
    Age 20
    The pair later moved to New Orleans, where she attended Newcomb College, then a coordinate college within Tulane University, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1964.
    More Details Hide Details Hutton returned to New York, changed her name to "Lauren Hutton", and became a popular fashion model, "cover girl" (appearing on the front cover of Vogue magazine a record 41 times) and commercial spokesperson. She was advised to hide the gap in her teeth and tried using morticians' wax to cover the gap; then came the use of a cap, which she would often swallow, laugh out, or misplace. Hutton eventually retained this "imperfection" and the All Movie Guide stated that it "gave her on-camera persona a down-home sensibility that other, more ethereal models lacked."
  • TEENAGE
  • 1961
    Age 17
    She graduated from Chamberlain High School in Tampa, Florida in 1961, and was among the first students to attend the University of South Florida in 1961.
    More Details Hide Details Hutton later relocated with former Tampa disc jockey Pat Chamburs, 19 years her senior, to New York City, where she worked at the Playboy Club.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1943
    Born
    Born on November 17, 1943.
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