Lauren Hutton, in her heyday, was often referred to as being the fresh American face of fashion. This is because she was not only a top fashion model, but also a cover girl, and also a commercial spokesperson. There was two things that she was known for the most. What were these two things? The first trademark was a slight gap in the front of her teeth. She did her very best to cover up the gap by using mortician's wax. However, she was advised to get the gap corrected, but it as something that she never did have fixed. This is because it gave her on-camera personality a down to earth kind of character. This down home quality that she did appear to have was something far different from other models out there.
Hutton appeared on the cover of American Vogue 26 times straight, which was a record in itself. In 1974, Lauren Hutton signed an exclusive contract with a major cosmetic concern known as Revlon. She signed a million dollar contract to be the face of Revlon cosmetics. However, when she became 40, Revlon didn't renew their contract with her any more. When she was 50 years old, she did end up signing a new contract with Revlon, but this time it was to be a representative for their exclusive line of moisturizer products.
Lauren Hutton is far more than just a famous model and cover girl. She also became an actress, as well, in addition. Something that only did add on an extra facet to her career. She did appear in a string of motion pictures that do include Paper Lion, The Gambler, Someone's Watching Me, American Gigolo, Lassiter, and Once Bitten.
She was a woman who never let age stop her from doing anything. At the age of 61, she posed nude for Big Magazine, and the main reason she did this was to make a statement for all women. This statement was to say that women should never be ashamed of who they were just for being in their bed. She also signed to do modeling for IMG Models in New York, Paris, and London. Hutton also started her own exclusive line of cosmetics called Good Stuff. Despite the fact that she did make the phrase “supermodel” very popular in the 1970s. Lauren Hutton is a very down to earth woman who truly cares about other women and their fate in the world