Wilmington, Delaware native Garrett Neff is one of the most celebrated male supermodels. Prior to walking the international runways, and appearing on downtown billboards, Garrett played soccer and Division 1 tennis at Bucknell University. He was scouted in 2005 at Miami International Airport, just before his senior year while traveling to Barbados for a summer course abroad. He juggled his studies with modeling, and would often drive six hours, round-trip to and from Bucknell to New York City, for castings.
Within a couple of years, Garrett amassed a portfolio of work photographed by some of the fashion industry's most recognizable names, including Karl Lagerfeld, Peter Lindbergh, Steven Meisel, Mario Testino, Inez and Vinoodh, Mikael Jansson, Alasdair McLellan, Steven Klein, David Sims, Karim Sadli, Mert and Marcus, and Bruce Weber.
Garrett has starred in numerous advertising campaigns for Calvin Klein, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Valentino, in addition to Trussardi, H&M, DKNY and Hugo Boss, among others. Select editorial features include Vogue, V, V Man, Numéro Homme and Hercules.
Off-duty, Garrett spends his spare time taking pictures, working on his newly-acquired home in Miami, Florida, exercising, and eating well (naturally!) to stay healthy and in top-shape to maintain his business.