Most of you maybe know her as an english supermodel, but the British supermodel is releasing a single titled 'Who' on June 23rd. The 25-year-old Agyness collaborated with the New York band Five O'Clock Heroes on the single.
(Five O'Clock Heroes & Agyness Deyn - Who)
Although lots of people were afraid it would hurt her career, after seeing this music video they will definatley change their opinions. Celeb-blogger Perez Hilton thinks Agyness sounds 'a little Kate Bush-y'.
Agyness Deyn (born Laura Hollins) is from Littleborough in Greater Manchester. Deyn's working life started serving cod, chips and mushy peas part-time at 17, which she did in Ramsbottom. Agyness has come a long way in the nine years since she first came to the attention of the folk of Rossendale – winning the Free Press’s Face of '99 competition. The 16-year-old – then Laura Hollins – was living in Cloughfold, when she and Barney Horton, 19, were chosen as the king and queen of the Valley catwalk. The pair won an exclusive photo shoot with Free Press snapper Tony Cross in what was one of Laura’s first modelling assignments. Even at that early stage she had the potential to go the very top, according to Tony. He said: ‘She was quite natural in front of the camera and was quirkily attractive and beautiful.’
Deyn has appeared in advertisements for Blugirl by Blumarine, Burberry, Cacharel, John Galliano, Gianfranco Ferrè, Giorgio Armani, Mulberry, Paul Smith, and Vivienne Westwood. In 2007 she won the 'Model of the Year' award at the British Fashion Awards. But besides that Deyn is tipped as a successor to Kate Moss!
(Thanks to Rossendale Free Press)