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Leilani Bishop

Leilani Bishop
Born (1976-09-11) September 11, 1976 (age 37)
Hawaii
Modeling information
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Hair color Blonde
Eye color Green
Measurements 34-25-35 (US)
86.5-63.5-89 (EU)
Dress size 6 (US)
36 (EU)

Leilani Bishop (born September 11, 1976) is an Victoria's Secret.

In 2000, she played the role of Resin, "the rudest and most selfish and narcissistic cover girl ever to sulk down a runaway,"[1] in the movie The Intern. She also appears on the cover of the album Live Through This by the band Hole.

She is the founder and president of Women for the World, a non-profit organization based in Santa Monica.[2]

In 2012,inspired by her upbringing in Hawaii and her travels around the world, Leilani created Orange Blossom, reminding her of visits to Africa and the Mediterranean, signifying her journey of becoming a woman. With her Leilani Bishop fragrance oils, she wants the wearer to feel as if the scent accents her own unique femininity. As collectors of antiques of all cultures, Leilani’s parents sparked a curiosity of the world and its mysteries. In fact, the three Leilani Bishop roller - ball bottles are inspired by a jewel- like antique-glass vase. It is important to Leilani that women celebrate themselves in all ways, she believes nothing is stronger and more powerful than a women’s femininity and her ability to express it. This is what inspires her lifestyle and line.[2]

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External links

  • Fashion Model Directory
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Women for the World
  • Leilani Bishop Fragrances
  • Leilani Bishop interview on personal style
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