Auckland, New Zealand native Zippora Seven grew up a sailing, swimming and generally running wild on Waiheke Island. She received her big break courtesy of a Vogue Paris shoot with Bruce Weber at his home on Montauk, Long Island.
While at high school in New Zealand, Zippora traveled extensively to shoot for Russh magazine, and Vogue Australia with Richard Bailey and Max Doyle. She received significant recognition for the horseback-themed editorial feature in Russh, including attention from image makers Cass Bird, Tim Barber, and Derek Henderson.
In addition to the aforementioned, select editorials include the international editions of Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, and Elle, as well as Jalouse, and L'Officiel. Additionally, Seven has fronted campaigns for Opening Ceremony, DKNY, See by Chloe, H&M, Diesel, GAP, Keds, Urban Outfitters, Free People, Wildfox, and Country Road.
Off-duty, Seven enjoys live music, sailing, and hiking adventures in wild places. She is also involved with the Surfrider Foundation.