Model Cheyenne Tozzi is known for her outstanding modelling which has made her an elite international model who has appeared on the covers of Mexican Vogue, German Cosmopolitan and the French Madam Figaro magazine. She recently has earned another accolade as winning mentor for her role in helping Olivia Donaldson win the Australian version of the reality modelling show "The Face".
The talented model advised her team of models to adopt a "happy-go-lucky" attitude when modelling for the judges and despite being underdogs to the team led by Naomi Campbell the model Olivia Donaldson was selected the winner which reflects very well on Cheyenne Tozzi and the guidance she provided the aspiring model.
Cheyenne Tozzi however also showed how a supermodel presents herself on the runway as during the final episode of the first Australian "The Face" competition she made an appearance in a red floor length Zac Posen gown and she looked amazing as she joined her models on stage to celebrate the final episode.
Recently when she has not been acting as a mentor on "The Face" she has been sporting a casual 'ripped knee' jean look while walking around Sydney, Australia and even in some of her photo shoots. She posed in a campaign for Wanted shoes wearing ripped trousers from shin to thigh while wearing a white shirt, black sunglasses and black heels and such is the appeal of this scintillating model that the look is starting to become a trend.
Cheyenne Tozzi in guiding her mentee to a win on "The Face" impressed entertainment and fashion insiders with her poise and knowledge about what the judges would be looking for and how a model can distinguish herself from a group of other beautiful women to be the most special model.
She may have been the youngest mentor of the group but on this first cycle of the Australian reality modelling show "The Face" Cheyenne Tozzi demonstrated that her modelling acumen is more than equal to that of her more experienced colleagues Naomi Campbell and Nicole Trunfio.