Hailey Michele Clauson (born March 7, 1995) is an American model. In 2016, she was one of three separate cover stars of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Clauson was discovered on an open casting call in Los Angeles, of which Ford Models signed her on the spot, a "surreal" experience she recalled. Clauson started modeling at age 14, appearing in ad campaigns for Wild Fox Couture, Jag Jeans and in the Forever 21 catalog. Later in 2009 she left Ford Models and signed with Marilyn Agency. That same year she was featured Model of the Month in the October issue of Japanese Vogue. In September 2010 she made her catwalk debut at the spring ADAM show in New York and also walked for Zac Posen and Calvin Klein. Clauson's debut season yielded such sensational results that MODELS.com listed her to be one of the Top 10 Newcomers for fashion week Spring/Summer 2011.
In 2011, she left Marilyn Agency and signed with Next Models. For SS11, her advertising campaigns included Mavi Jeans, Gucci, Dsquared2, and Jill Stuart. On February 18, Clauson appeared on E! News, accompanied by her mother, for her first television interview. Clauson has appeared in the Fall/Winter campaigns for Topshop, Zara, Moussy and Plein Sud. as well as appearing in Jay-Z’s alternative video, Empire State Of Mind which featured top models. Clauson appeared on E! News, accompanied by her mother, for her first TV interview which aired in February 18. Five days after her TV interview aired, Hailey became the subject of controversy when it was found out she walked in three of the major shows: Diane von Fürstenberg, DKNY, and Oscar de la Renta in New York Fashion Week being still only 15 years old, when the age limit set by the Council of Fashion Designers of America bans models below 16 for catwalk shows. The fact that von Fürstenberg was president of the CFDA added to the controversy. Fürstenberg later said she didn't know Clauson's age and apologized. Six months later, in August of that same year, Clauson made head-line news again when her parents reportedly were suing Urban Outfitters and two other retailers for the unauthorized use of risqué photos of Hailey on their t-shirts. The suit says the shirts "force" Clauson "to be the object of prurient interests and provides wallpaper for the likes of pedophiles." Clauson's parents sued all three retailers and the photographer for a total of $28 million in damages. In February 2012, the case against the photographer was dismissed for lack of jurisdiction by the New York based federal court. The other three defendants settled with Ms. Clauson. Controversy aside, Clauson has appeared in the Fall/Winter campaigns for Topshop, Zara, Moussy and Plein Sud. as well as appearing in Jay-Z’s alternative video, Empire State Of Mind which featured top models.
Kim Cloutier (born March 25, 1987) is a Canadian-American underwear and fashion model, known for numerous lingerie, swimsuit and cosmetics campaigns.
Cloutier has appeared in the 2009 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. In the same year, she appeared on the cover of, and in an editorial in, the November issue of Details Magazine with Adam Lambert. She has also appeared in the 2014 The Cobbler with Adam Sandler.
She has appeared on the cover of Flare's summer 2007 issue (Canada), in multiple spreads and features for international websites in Croatia, France, and Vietnam.
She has also appeared in Elle Accessories (Canada), Glow Magazine (Canada) and Sirene (Denmark).
Since 2010, Cloutier appeared in commercials for Soma Intimates.
She has also appeared in eight episodes of the Canadian television program Letterkenny as Anik.
In August 2018, Canadian media company, Corus Entertainment announced that Cloutier would be the host of its upcoming reality TV fashion design competition series Stitched, which premiered in September 2018.