Lucky Blue Smith
June 4, 1998
24 years old
6 ft 2 in | 188 cm tall
38 in | 96 cm
143 lbs | 65 kg
30 in | 77 cm
12 US | 46 EU
Lucky Blue Smith was born in Spanish Fork, Utah, United States, on June 4, 1998, is an American model and musician.
He was first discovered in his hometown, at the age of 10.
He signed to modeling agency NEXT Model Management, by the age of twelve.
He made his modeling debut in Vogue Hommes Japan.
Long time highly ranked on Hot and Top 50 male models List by models.com.
Lucky's favorite hobbies are painting, drawing and writing poetry.
Featured in music video for Lady Gaga "I Want Your Love" (2015).
His mother Sheridan is a former model.
He is also the drummer, with his three sisters formed a band The Atomics.
He had the second highest number of social media followers of all male models.
Entire Smith family are Mormon.
Lives in Los Angeles, California, U.S.
He dated model Stormi Bree (2016-2018), they have one daughter, Gravity Blue Smith.
He made his big screen debut in romance film Love Everlasting (2016) in role as Bridger.
Maestro (2020) short drama in role as Porter Luke
This Week in Hollywood (2015) in episode Lucky Us
Love Advent (2015) in episode Lucky Blue Smith
Studio C (2016) in episode #7.4
GQ Magazine U.S., Vogue Paris, At Large Magazine, Prestige Magazine, DA MAN Style, GQ Style Turkey, Harper's Bazaar Thailand Men, Vogue Ukraine, L'Officiel Hommes Poland, DSECTION, L'Optimum Thailand, Vogue Arabia Man, Elle UK, L'Officiel Hommes Singapore, L'Officiel Hommes Brasil, Harper's Bazaar Singapore, ODDA Magazine, Wonderland, WWD, 10 Men, L'Officiel Hommes Italia, Xoxo Mag, Harper's Bazaar China, Modern Weekly China, Jalouse, Rollacoaster, Glamour Spain, Vogue Me Taiwan, V Magazine, British GQ, GQ Italia, Vanity Teen, Grazia China, Narcisse Magazine.
Isenberg, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Tom Ford, Philipp Plein, CFDA, Furla, Kith, H&M, L'Oreal, Penshoppe, Armani Exchange.
Walked runway for Balmain, Berluti, Dsquared2, Ermanno Scervino, Etro, Emporio Armani, Philipp Plein, Ralph Lauren, Ports 1961, Moschino, Porsche Design, Billy Reid, Bottega Veneta, Versace, Jeremy Scott, Public School, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Dunhill, Tommy Hilfiger, Chanel, Furla, Dolce & Gabbana.
Represented by agencies Next New York, Next LA, Next Milan and Paris.