Anouck Lepère has made a huge impression on the fashion industry since her first appearance on the runway. She had been studying architecture in Antwerp, when fashion designers Dries Van Noten and Walter Van Beirendonck cast her in their Paris shows. Her versatility and unique look reflect an adventurous and glamorous spirit with an alternative streak. Fashion photographer Mario Testino was quoted as saying, “Anouck Lepère is most likely to set the world on fire”.
Anouck consistently works with top fashion photographers Steven Meisel, Mario Testino, Patrick Demarchelier, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Michael Thompson, Inez & Vinoodh, Greg Kadel, Paolo Roversi, Peter Lindbergh, Nick Knight, Regan Cameron, and Carter Smith. She has graced the covers and inside pages of the industry’s most respected magazines including Vogue (American, British, French, German, Italian, & Japanese), Harper’s Bazaar, W, Numero, Nylon, French Playboy, Dazed and Confused, Flair, V, i-D, 10, and Marie Claire.
Anouck has appeared in major advertising campaigns for Escada, Valentino, Ferragamo, Ungaro, Moschino, Cerruti, Hugo Boss, Missoni, CK, Sportmax, Tse, Louis Vuitton, Versus, DKNY, Prada, Club Monaco, Tommy Hilfiger, H&M, Tiffany & Co., Blumarine, Carolina Herrera, Levi’s, the Gap, Shiseido, Jimmy Choo, Cesare Paciotti and Marc Jacobs. She was also the face of Hugo Boss’s fragrance, Hugo Deep Red and Chanel’s Coco.
In addition to her modeling pursuits, Anouck has designed multiple collections of jewelry. Her most recent project is a collaboration, which she designed with Gaia Repossi for Colette. She also enjoys traveling and exploring the architecture of cities around the world and especially loves the buildings of New York City. Anouck is also involved with the non-profit Kageno, which helps build sustainable communities in Rwanda.