One of Australia’s most popular models, Sarah Stephens has forged a formidable career across the globe in both modelling and film.
Born in the UK, her family moved to Australia when Sarah was still a young child.
Winning the 2006 nation-wide Girlfriend Model Search at the age of 16, Sarah started working with high end fashion brands and photographers around the world. In 2007 she made her runway debut at Australian Fashion Week, walking in an unprecedented 18 shows. The following year Sarah met iconic photographer, Ellen Von Unwerth in Paris who shot her for Russian Vogue, Mixte & Above Magazines. Later in that year Sarah went to New York to meet with world renowned photographer Greg Kadal, who shot her for Numero, Numero Homme and Italian Vogue.
Sarah has also featured in editorials for Harper’s Bazaar, Interview, Nylon, RUSSH, GQ, Oyster and 10 magazines.
2008 continued to be a standout year. Soon after turning 18, Sarah made her debut in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in Miami, catapulting her to a worldwide audience. In September that year she made her debut on the catwalks of NYFW walking a total of 14 shows, including NY mainstays Jason Wu, J Mendel & Halston. Off the runway, Sarah has leant her face to a wide variety of global advertising campaigns, which include; Lacoste (as the face of their ‘Love of Pink’ fragrance), Diesel, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Sephora, Forever 21 & Benetton (shot by the legendary David Sims).
In Australia, Sarah has an equally impressive advertising portfolio, working with brands including Bonds, David Jones, Tigerlily Swimwear, Westfield & Witchery.
In 2011, Sarah became the face of Australian swimwear label, Seafolly and in 2016 she became the face of another iconic Australian label, lingerie giant Bras ’n Things.
Sarah has appeared on the covers of RUSSH, Frankie, Tangent, Madison, GQ Australia and been featured in US, Italian, Russian, Japanese and Australian Vogue.
As an actress Sarah has trained at NIDA, The Actors Centre and works with Felix Williamson, Charles Becker and William Esper in NYC. She has appeared in a number of feature films including Solitary Man (starring Michael Douglas & Susan Sarandon) and the indie horror hit The Witch. For her work in the theatre, Sarah has appeared in The Flood, performed at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast and Off-Broadway in New York City.