Lydia Hearst is an American fashion model most known for being the granddaughter of newspaper owner and politician William Randolph Hearst. She is also an established lifestyle blogger and an actor. She’s already worked on several commercial campaigns for labels such as ‘Prada,’ ‘Bottega Veneta,’ and ‘L’Oreal,’ among others.
Early Life of Lydia Hearst
Lydia Hearst, a model for Louis Vuitton, was born on September 19, 1984, in Wilton, Connecticut. Together with her parents and siblings, she grew up in Wilton. Lydia’s mother, Patty Hearst, became well-known after her kidnapping and severe abuse in 1974. Gillian Hearst- Shaw is her only sibling.
Lydia is also a citizen of the United States.
She mixed ancestry, including Scottish, Northern Irish, German, English, and French ancestors. Lydia also attended The Lawrenceville Academic and Wilton High School throughout her school years. She went on to Sacred Heart University in Fairfield after that.
Career of Lydia Hearst
Lydia Marie Hearst-Shaw is her real name. However, she identifies Lydia Hearst in public and professionally. In 2003, she was founded by fashion photographer Steven Meisel after graduating from Wilton High School.
Fashion shows and magazines. She was founded by renowned photographer Stephen Meisel, who photographed her first magazine cover for Vogue Italia in April 2004. She was always inspired by fashion, photography, and the arts.
Hearst has covered fashion publications in Italy, France, Korea, Japan, Latin America, and the United States. Steven Meisel, Patrick DeMarchelier, Ellen Von Unwerth, Mario Testino, Paulo Roversi, Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, Bettina Rheims, Mark Abrams, and Peter Lindbergh are among the photographers with whom she has collaborated.
She has walked the runways all over the world and has been in several fashion events. Hearst was featured in Puma’s French 77 collection in 2007, prompting her to develop a range of handbags for the company. Swarovski started its Heart Truth campaign in the spring of 2012, with Hearst as its spokesperson. The Nationwide Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute funded this national awareness program focused on empowering women to improve their heart health. Journalism. Hearst was a columnist for the narrow Page Six magazine, which appeared in the New York Post’s Sunday edition.
She was featured on the cover of the magazine’s 30 September 2007 edition. She has recently started a lifestyle/fashion blog, which she updates on a daily basis. Lydia spent time with her mother, Patty, on the set of John Waters’ films when she was a youngster. This influenced Hearst’s decision to seek a career in the entertainment industry.
Lydia’s family has a history of supporting charitable causes, which led to her becoming a Smile Ambassador for Operation Smile in 2012 and winning the Smile Award for her devotion to the organization, as well as getting a humanitarian award from Catwalk Foreign Charity on June 8, 2014.
Personal Life of Lydia Hearst
In 2003, Lydia had a relationship with Oliver Hammond. Their romance, however, did not continue long, and they eventually split up. Lydia Hearst is now a married woman. Chris Hardwick, an actor, is her husband. The two have been dating for quite some time. After that, on August 20, 2016, the pair married in Pasadena, California.
Net Worth of Lydia Hearst
Lydia Hearst’s net worth is estimated to be over $100 million. Her modeling profession provides her with a source of income. She is well-known for her work with a variety of periodicals, TV shows, and films, as well as fashion shows.
Physical Appearance of Lydia Hearst
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