Norwegian native, Ragnhild Jevne, started modeling at 16-years-old. She continued to balance her studies with modeling until graduation, after which she flew to Paris and Milan to model full-time. After two successful years abroad, Ragnhild returned to school and enrolled in a four-year program studying Industrial Design.
Despite a voracious appetite for furthering her education, modeling remained top of mind while in school. After completing the program, Ragnhild joined IMG – a move that kicked her career into overdrive. Since then she has been featured in several international editions of Vogue and Harper's Bazaar and has been shot by photographers such as Mario Testino, Terry Richardson, Nick Knight. Runway credits for Ragnhild include Givenchy, Dolce & Gabbana and Max Mara to name only a few.
Education and personal development are important cornerstones of Ragnhild's modeling career; these values prompted her to join New York City's School of Visual Arts to study graphic design. Most recently, Ragnhild opened her own graphic design company, "Ragnhild Jevne Design" and has successfully developed her own exhibits as well as commercialized many of her pieces.