Miss Fame

Miss Fame is a model (represented by IMG Models Paris), makeup artist, and recording artist. 

Miss Fame's career started to make headway with her earlier years as an editorial model evolving out of California. Following both the camera as well as the advise of celebrity photographer Mike Ruiz, Miss Fame took action and moved to New York in 2011.

The City provided the perfect environment to elevate Fame to her title as "The Super Model Drag Queen" with the opportunity to walk during Fashion Week as well as be a muse to the iconic fashion photographer Mary McCartney for her book Devoted.

Miss Fame was trained under leading makeup artists in the fashion industry and has collaborated with Prada, Tommy Hilfiger, and Versace, amongst others. Miss Fame appeared on CBS, PIX 11, Mashable or ELLE for makeup tips and is the first drag artist to be featured in editorial in ELLE Magazine. Other work can be seen in Dark Beauty MagazineGAG Magazine or in Leland Bobbé’s Half-Drag series. 

Miss Fame was a spokesperson for L'Oréal Paris during the 2016 Cannes Film Festival and was the first drag artist to walk the red carpet. 

In 2015, Miss Fame appeared on the OUT100 list by OUT Magazine which celebrates the 100 most compelling LGBT personalities of the year. 

Following her appearance on RuPaul Drag Race Season 7 on LOGO TV, Miss Fame released her first album, Beauty Marked in June 2015, which is compiled of pop and dance music. 

In 2014, Miss Fame appeared in Brooke Candy's music video OPULENCE directed by Steven Klein as well as in Jennifer Hudson's video Go All Night.

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