When Jayne Moore started as a model, she had no idea that one day she’d become one of the top fashion models in the industry. Starting out as a mousey-haired shy hair student at a salon in Britain, Jayne’s manager at the time gave her a ravishing haircut, and entered her and his salon into the L’Oreal Colour Trophy Competition, which led to Jayne getting scouted at the regional competition.
Jayne Moore has shot editorials and campaigns for numerous luxury brands including Marie Claire, Glamour, Votre Beaute, American Beauty, Calvin Klein, Asos, Bloomingdales, American Beauty, John Frieda, Garnier, and numerous others. She is a well-known name in the modeling industry, as well as a multi-faceted woman with many creative pursuits of her own.
When it comes to being inspired, Jayne Moore has always been an adoring fan of Kate Moss, whose career, she says, evolved around her own unique style and attitude. Being British helps, of course, as Jayne herself hails from Hampshire, England. Models that operate with a strong sense of feminine power and a unique strength of character inspire Jayne. The models that can retain their sense of individuality and not get swayed or lose their integrity among all the glitz and glamour are the models from which she draws the most inspiration.
Modeling after having a baby truly inspires Jayne. These models bounce back stronger than ever before and work hard to keep their bodies toned and refined modeling machines. Women such as Doutzen Kroes, Dutch model, actress and Victoria’ Secret angel, Gisele Bundchen, Brazilian model and Victoria’s Secret angel who pioneered the “horse walk,” and Lily Aldridge, model and actress who supports a number of humanitarian and environmental causes. All of these women inspire Jayne through their fierce loyalty to the profession, and for single-handedly expanding the longevity of the career by working post-baby.
Jayne Moore is also very outspoken about her anti-fur viewpoint. Her manager and the brands she has worked for all support her opinion and never ask her to wear fur during a shoot. She is also inspired by Anne Vyalitsyna, Russian-American model and actress who actively shares Jayne’s anti-fur views.