With a reputation as ‘an international model of the highest calibre’, Cheyenne Tozzi has graced the covers of fashion titles including Mexican Vogue, German Cosmo and French Madam Figaro Magazine , to name just a few. In 2014 Cheyenne won the GQ Australia Woman of the Year award.
Born into a modeling dynasty, her Mum and Aunts have all covered some of the world’s most famous fashion titles, Cheyenne was only 13 years of age and was one of the youngest models ever to grace the cover of prestigious Harper’s Bazaar, and was immediately awarded the distinction of ‘the next Elle Macpherson’.
Scoring the inimitable cover of Vogue followed soon after and since that auspicious beginning Cheyenne has jetted all over the globe to work with some of the world’s leading fashion & lifestyle brands including Nike and Marks & Spencer as well as shooting stories for international luxury labels including Chanel.
Rarely based in the one place for more than a month, Cheyenne divides her time between Spain, New York, LA and London. A favourite with the Australian media and local designers, Cheyenne regularly comes home to work on local campaigns with the likes of Ford, Witchery, Macleans, Wanted and Westfield.
With a wealth of modeling experience behind her, in 2013 Cheyenne moved to TV presenting, when she was selected as a model mentor alongside Naomi Campbell on Foxtel’s The Face Australia. Cheyenne proved a natural on the show and emerged as its breakout star.
Following this very successful entry to Australian television, Cheyenne will be appearing alongside Alex Perry, Didier Cohen and Jennifer Hawkins as model mentor on Foxtel’s top rating Australia’s Next Top Model (Season 9), premiering April 30th on Fox 8.
As a musician, Cheyenne has recorded with internationally successful DJ Erick Morillo, achieving a number 4 hit on the US charts. Cheyenne is currently working on her debut solo album.
With her band Van Hoorn, Cheyenne released an EP and made a number of appearances on morning television in Australia performing the bands hit songs Reach You and Birdy.
With regular gigs across Australia, and supporting British rock band The Kooks on their recent Australian tour, Cheyenne also found time to tour and support the troops. In December 2012 Van Hoorn toured Afghanistan playing for the Australian Army in Kandahar, Kabul, Taren Kowt, and shows in the UAE.