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Beri Smither

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Beri Smither
Born (1971-06-22) June 22, 1971 (age 49)
Salem, Oregon[1]
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Beri Smither (born June 22, 1971 in Salem, Oregon) is an American model.

Immediately after high school, Smither left Oregon to begin her modeling career based in Paris, France, where she started with a photoshoot in Milan for fashion brand Les Copains with Christy Turlington, shot by Patrick Demarchelier.[2] From the 1990s onwards, Smither achieved success. She has graced numerous magazine covers including Vogue, ELLE, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, and New York. She appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 1998.[3] Smither has worked with fashion photographers such as Peter Lindbergh and Herb Ritts.[4][3]

Returning to the US and working in New York, Smither appeared in an editorial spread in the October 2006 issue of Condé Nast Traveler. Smither was also featured in several national ad campaigns including Levi's, The Gap and Target.

In 2011, Smither was a judge in the reality TV show Scouted, in which aspiring models competed in a series of challenges.[5] Jon Caramanica, when reviewing the show, highlighted her performance as "a radiant onetime cover star" with "emergent den mother qualities".[6]


  1. Beri Smither (2017), Beri Smither – Bio
  2. Ana Markovic (24 November 2017), "Exclusive interview with Beri Smither", Design Scene
  3. 3.0 3.1 Eila Mell (2011), "Beri Smither", New York Fashion Week: The Designers, the Models, the Fashions of the Bryant Park Era, Hachette UK, p. 289, ISBN 9780762443550
  4. "Peter Lindbergh, fashion photographer favoured by the Duchess of Sussex whose natural pictures heralded the age of the supermodel", Daily Telegraph, 5 September 2019
  5. Vincent Terrace (2018), "Scouted", Encyclopedia of Television Shows: A Comprehensive Supplement, 2011-2016, McFarland (1276), p. 144, ISBN 9781476630946
  6. Jon Caramanica (27 November 2011), "Human Treasure Hunt: Scavenging for Moldable Models", New York Times

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