Cora Keegan, a professional model from the United States, has represented brands across the world. In 2014, she has already modeled for 7 For All Mankind, a premier California-based premium denim lifestyle brand.
As a sought-after model, Keegan is associated with top-name agencies, including Next Model Management (Paris), Next Model Management (New York) and Next Model Management (Milan).
This young model is consistently scouring the world for new opportunities to add to her already long list of accomplishments, including appearing in major lifestyle brand campaigns, Elle and Vogue magazines and runway fashion shows for names such as Mulberry, Jason Wu, Thomas Tait, Peter Jensen and Simonetta Ravizza.
To leverage her coveted look, she makes the most of her very specific body measurements and attributes, including her blonde hair and hazel colored eyes. She stands at 5-feet 9-inches tall, and boasts a 31-inch bust, 23-inch waist, and 33-inch hip.
While Cora Keegan has exhibited talent on the runway and in front of a camera lens, she makes it a priority to engage with her fans and fashion fanatics around the world. She maintains an active Twitter feed, where she jokes with others in the industry, offers commentary and engages with her 2,000 followers. Keegan also keeps her Instagram account up to date for her more than 11,000 followers. She shares her favorite movie clips, selfies and professional shots to keep others in the loop about her daily and professional life.
The increasingly famous Cora Keegan was born in Las Vegas, where she grew up with her mother, who appreciated nature and organic living. This lifestyle has influenced her to maintain a natural way of living, including organic eating whenever possible and the use of organic or natural lifestyle products.
To maintain her sought-after look, she has experimented with many different skincare routines. Ultimately, she discovered that less is more. In the past, she would clean her skin relentlessly if she had a breakout, but learned that a minimalistic approach to complexion care was best. She also avoids wearing makeup whenever she is not working, and maintains a rigid moisturizing regimen.
Keegan’s past, coupled with her natural beauty, has helped her earn the success she enjoys today. Cora Keegan has walked in fashion shows for globally recognized names, including Jason Wu, Simonetta Ravizza, Thomas Tait, Laura Biagiotti, C’N’C’ Costume National, Francesco Scognamiglio, Les Copains and Peter Jensen.
More specifically, she took part in Jason Wu’s Resort 2012, and was in the spotlight for the Spring/Summer 2012 Ready to Wear show for C’N’C’ Costume National, Jason Wu, Francesco Scognamiglio, Les Copains, Laura Biagiotti, Mulberry, Simotentta Ravizza and Peter Jensen.
Keegan has also done career-accelerating work with both Jennyfer and GAP clothing. In addition, she has appeared in editorials for L’Officiel Paris, Elle US, Black Magazine, Oyster, Rollacoaster, W, Harper’s Bazaar Australia, Garage and Smug. Her appearance on Smug was especially important to her career, as she graced the cover of the biannual art and fashion magazine launched in 2009. Since then, it has become the leading independent Norwegian magazine that covers culture, fashion and art.
The model also worked with photographer Mike Piscitelli for Lee Australia’s Fall 2013 campaign. “Back in Black,” the campaign was a modern nod to the epic history of rock ‘n’ roll.
To win such work, Cora Keegan has leveraged her relationship with her agency, Next Models, located in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, London, Milan and Paris.
Next Model Management, a global modeling agency, connects the industry’s top talent in entertainment and fashion with the world’s leading brands. It has been a top name in the modeling industry since its establishment in 1989 and is now known for having a keen eye in identifying the greatest modeling talent and building careers with superior longevity. It has worked with models such as Jaime King, Molly Sims, Joy Bryant and Cody Horn, guiding them from fashion to film. Under this agency’s management, she has honed the trajectory of her career and has since become one of the most up-and-coming models in the world.
In one of her latest feats, she teamed up with CAMP Life, which debuted CAMP Collection, its first lookbook in 2014. Tamar Wider, the line’s designer, was inspired by childhood experiences at summer camp and translated these visions into a new fashion line. Cora Keegan was asked to model these pieces in the debut, where she showcased American beauty in a nostalgic outdoors setting.
However, this was not her only lookbook. She has been involved in some of the world’s most well-known brand campaigns, including fashion retailer Free People. She appeared in the August 2012 lookbook, Perfect Plaid, where she modeled a diverse variety of plaid pieces and layered looks, including fur vests, wooly shawls, and brushed jackets. Her look was completed with dark red lip color and boots to embrace the fall season effortlessly and beautifully.
In that same year, Cora became the face of Clark’s Botanicals. As an avid natural skin care fan, Keegan has proudly promoted the line as their leading model. The products utilize a skin-rebalancing essential oil, Jasmine Absolute, which is derived from flowers and offers antibacterial, immuno-stimulating and anti-inflammatory properties. It was formulated to heal and calm many skin challenges for a wide variety of skin types, from normal to sensitive, oily to dry and young to mature.
As a model, launched to the forefront of the industry, Cora Keegan has already made great strides in her career and has great plans to continue them into the future.
Cora Keegan is a highly accomplished professional who has leveraged her networks with Next Model Management, relationships with some of the greatest photographers in the industry and her own keen sense of body awareness to become a wildly in-demand model. Keegan already has had incredible triumphs in her career and takes great pride in each of them. She plans to continue improving her skill set to become even more versatile than she is at present. In doing so, she hopes to find more opportunity to continue doing what she loves, and excel in her chosen profession more than she already has.
While Cora has plans to continue walking the runways and acting as the face for some of the world’s most recognized brands, she is setting her sights on future opportunities as well. She understands that to be an even more exceptional model, she should set herself apart by becoming an expert within other relevant industries.
In recent years, Keegan has expressed interest in learning more about video editing and the film industry. She believes that while modeling and film are very different, they are also highly correlated. Her experience in the visual arts could be used to advance her career in film and video. As a model with Next, she has a unique opportunity to do so.
The management company has already assisted in the seamless industry transition for many of the world’s most recognized faces moving between film and modeling. Cora Keegan hopes to capitalize on the agency’s expertise and become more involved with her current industry, as well as new ones in the future.