The stylish and handsome mid-aged American fashion/runway model, Ben Hill, was born in 1978 in Sugar Hill, Georgia. He is mainly popular because of his rugged looks and blue eyes and is a familiar face on fashion shows in New York, Paris, and London. Modeling was never a part of his life plan and he worked and studied really hard to become an industrial electrician. However, in 2002 he got an opportunity to appear for the buzzworthy “Abercrombie & Fitch”, which of course he took. And this decision caused him to retire his toolbox and begin a new lucrative career in the fashion industry. From the beginning, Hill was a favorite of most designers and became the face of many labels, including Hugo Boss, Giorgio Armani, Uniqlo, Kenzo, Calvin Klein Eternity Aqua, H&M, Louis Vuitto, Cesare Paciotti, and Tommy Hilfiger. In 2004, he modeled for the Lord & Taylor Catalogue and gained even more success and fame. However, due to some unknown reasons, he disappeared from modeling for nearly four years. But, in 2008, he made a huge comeback by walking the Vivienne Westwood and Dolce & Gabbana spring shows in Milan. A year later, he signed a deal and became the face of Ermenegildo Zegna. In 2009, he also appeared in the spring issue of Vogue Hommes International (Photographed by Cedric Buchet), GQ Style (Photographed by Phil Poynter), and appeared in the Details Editorial (Photographed by Stephen Shore). Not to mention, he closed the Louis Vuitton Sping show in Paris and walked for Vivienne Westwood, Giorgio Armani, and Ermenegildo Zegna. Additionally, at the end of 2009, Ben Hill appeared in the Out Editorial (Photographed by Greg Lotus), became the face of Louis Vuitton and modeled for Cesare Paciotti Fall Ad Campaign and the Barney New York Catalogue. Therefore, 2009 proved to be an incredibly productive year for Ben Hill and also gave him the power he needed to take his career to the next level. In 2010, Ben Hill renewed his contract with Tommy Hilfiger, modeled for Louis Vuitton Watches, and opened the fall show for John Richmond in Milan. He also walked the Dolce & Gabbana and fall Loden Dager and Michael Bastian shows in New York. Not to mention, he also appeared in the Wonderland Editorial (Photographed by Ali Kepenek), signed a fragrance contract with Calvin Klein Eternity Aqua, featured in the Chinese GQ and Details Editorials, and modeled for the Barney’s New York catalogue. The next year, Ben Hill hit a major breakthrough in his career and became the face of Hugo Boss. He also modeled for the Jimmy Choo Fall Ad Campaign and appeared in the STYLE men cover. In 2012, Ben Hill walked the Hugo Boss Black Show in Beijing, appeared in the Vogue Australia and Details Magazine Editorials and featured in the Carolina Herrera and Calvin Klein advertising campaigns. In 2013, he appeared in the GQ Italia Editorial and featured in the Belstaff S/S, Jaeger F/W, Calvin Klein Eternity Aqua, and Belstaff F/W ad campaigns. A year later, he appeared in Details Magazine, GQ Style Russia, and Out Magazine editorials and this year so far has participated in three advertising campaigns along with two editorials namely for Tiffany & Co, Express, and Tod’s.
Ben Hill has signed on with several leading modeling agencies. Some of the best include IMG – New York
Wilhelmina Los Angeles Scoop Models – Copenhagen Kult Model Agency - Hamburg View Management - Barcelona Nest model management Berlin Select Model Management - London Why Not Model Management - Milan Sight Management Studio - Barcelona