Style Icon Erin Wasson - American model, but also an occasional stylist and designer. She is cool, in a certain rough-around-the-edges way, and she has attitude - you just have to see her in her denim cut-offs, ski caps, and loose basic tees and tanks.

Born in 1982, Erin Wasson is an American model, but also an occasional stylist, designer and style icon. She featured cover magazines like French, German, Spanish and Australian Vogue, Flair, Numero, Allure, Esquire and Elle.
She walked runways presenting famous collections - Armani, Balenciaga, Cavalli, Gucci, and Karl Lagerfeld.

Erin Wasson is a very versatile model, which made her very desirable for many designers.
In 2002, Mario Testino requested her for D&G's ad campaign, in that same year she signed a beauty contract with Maybelline.

She became the face of Roberto Cavalli in 2004, but also the face of Donna Karan and Tiffany's & Co. fall ad campaigns. This beautiful woman, a Pirelli model, has a unique face and a very different allure, compared to any other models.

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She lives in a house of about 900 square feet that has a half-pipe in the backyard. Her love for skateboarding translated this year in her own fashion line. Erin Wasson for spring '09, Wasson is launching a womenswear collection - Erin Wasson x RVCA - in collaboration with surf and skate lifestyle brand RVCA. The line will be available at leading department stores and boutiques worldwide. Before that, Erin, in the spring of 2008, introduced her own line of jewelry, LowLuv.

She is cool, in a certain rough-around-the-edges way, and she has attitude - you just have to see her in her denim cut-offs, ski caps, and loose basic tees and tanks. Her enviably effortless look has made her, lately, very much wanted on any runway.

Here's how she sums up her personal style: "Frumpy sexiness. If I'm buying a T-shirt, I buy it oversized. I like oversized jeans, I like oversized denim shorts, I like oversized jackets. I like having an undone, loose feel to everything."