Monday, 4 August 2014

Jayne Moore: The Secret To Looking Good Is Feeling Good



Jayne Moore

Supermodel Jayne Moore’s day job is to look fabulous for her clients, advertisers who want to seduce us into buying their wonderful products. Whether she is posing for Bloomingdales, Macy’s, or Saks, Moore needs to look fresh, crisp, and together. Fortunately for us, she doesn’t leave all of the work to lighting designers, or hair and make-up technicians. For Jayne Moore, the secret to looking good is feeling good, and the secret to feeling good is to maintain a positive attitude, as well as a healthy diet. However, for all of the health and beauty secrets that many of us have already taken to our hearts, Moore offers tips that many people might find…unconventional.

Jayne Moore

For example, do you have an old avocado in your fridge, one that might be a bit smushy? Moore’s advice is to not throw it out, but to smash it up, pack it on the ends of your hair, twizzle it up, and let it sit for 10 minutes. Yep, that’s what she suggests. Moore admits that this will feel a bit weird, but she advises us to “suck it up, it’s worth it.”

Jayne Moore

She is also a very big advocate of antioxidants and the power of food, “but it doesn’t have to be all  bitter berries and pungent noni juice”, she say’s with a mischievous smile, “I am especially fond of those found in kale, dark chocolate, and full-bodied red wine…” She believes that fine foods in their raw state are fuel for our fire, there to charge every cell in our bodies and boost our immune systems and that we have a fully stocked medicine cabinet available to us in the food isles and fresh produce sections of the grocery store. But just for the record, Jayne wanted to remind us that “red wine and dark chocolate are both full of polyphenols including Proanthocyanidin, a powerful antioxidant. In fact, some red wines have more antioxidants than commercial grape juice, raw blueberries, and even miracle fruits like Açaí.”

Jayne Moore
Finally, she recommends something so simple it’s a wonder nobody has thought of it before; making time for one’s friends and family, laughing and just being a bit silly sometimes. There is nothing more rejuvenating than those people and things that give one that special “je ne sais quoi” sparkle. Jayne Moore makes it all seem so easy!

Jayne Moore

Jayne Moore
Jayne Moore

Thursday, 31 July 2014

No Wasting Time For Jayne Moore 



Jayne Moore 

Everybody knows that the life of an international supermodel involves intrigue and ingenuity, much like a secret agent, but quite often people have no idea what supermodels do when not in front of the camera. We tend to take for granted that models, such as England-born Jayne Moore, are required to jump, leap, and balance in precarious heels, look cool while suspended from invisible wires, and know how to work their hair and angles sufficiently for action shots, but what happens when the lights go off? Is it all glamour and champagne 24 hours a day? Not for Jayne Moore, it isn’t.

Jayne Moore 

Jayne actually studied Psychology and Accounting at college before falling into a modeling career, as each academic subject satisfied her needs to express the abstract and the concrete. Her psychology courses helped with her considerations of human behavior, unlocking the mysteries of, as Jayne so aptly puts it, “how circumstance and environment can not only shape and affect the people we become, but also have us act in the now, in ways we think we never could or would.”

Jayne Moore 


To balance the cerebral speculation of her Psychology courses, Jayne sought a route of practicality, strategy, and formula through Accounting courses. She aspired to become a Chartered Accountant, and eventually an Auditor, but when an opportunity for modeling arrived, her contacts at PricewaterhouseCoopers and KPMG supported her decision to defer her entry for a year. “The rest is now,” as she says, “history.”

Jayne Moore 
 And what a history it is. When not bringing products to life for American Beauty, Calvin Klein, John Frieda, or a host of others, Jayne Moore can be found designing jewelry, silversmithing, or lost wax carving. Although she received a diploma for Interior Design from the UK’s National Design Academy in 2006, she feels especially close to her lost wax carving skills and techniques, enough so to consider jewelry design and fabrication as a small side business when she gets the free time. For Jayne Moore, there is always too little time and so much to do when the camera is off.

Jayne Moore 


Jayne Moore Model


Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Jayne Moore Blends Fantasy and Reality


Jayne Moore

 British born model, Jayne Moore, has been on the modeling scene for over a decade, rocking through every year with her tall, stunningly fit physique and fiercely seductive blue eyes. Jayne has landed campaigns for luxury brand giants such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Calvin Klein, Garnier, Vince Camuto, Bloomingdales and many, many others.

Jayne Moore

Since Jayne Moore was young, she has fantasized about traveling around the world to places like Bora Bora and the Maldives. She was so obsessed with travel that she would collect travel brochures from the travel agencies and look at them over and over to delight in the white sandy beaches and turquoise water. She always dreamed of being able to visit places like these, and now, as a top fashion model, her dreams have turned into reality.

Jayne Moore

Jayne is still waiting to shoot for a spa experience in the Maldives, but she is not complaining because her modeling career has given her the unique opportunity to truly explore nearly every corner of the world.

Jayne Moore Supermodel

For Jayne Moore, looking back at her modeling career is like looking back through snapshots she has taken in her mind. She admits to have been lucky enough to have cool experiences with outrageously creative people. One of her favorite memories as a model is when she shot in Grand Central Station at midnight with Annie Leibovitz. Another dream come true for Jayne is when she works with Pamela Hanson, British photographer and filmmaker. Pamela, Jayne says, let’s you “play” in whatever role you are taking on for the shoot. She let’s your own imagine and creativity come through, and always manages to capture the essence of the moment.

Jayne Moore Supermodel

Jayne recalls a time when she was shooting swimwear all day from 7am to 6pm in a remote location in Chile. The location was terribly cold, as were the huts they slept in. But the crew, as often happens, Jayne says, develops a unity as they discover and go through things together. Jayne’s favorite part of the day happened in the evening when the hosts built a huge fire and everyone huddled around it to keep warm, cook food, drink wine, and reflect on the day’s events.

Jayne Moore

Friday, 23 May 2014

Jayne Moore – Maintaining Beauty through Quality of Life

Model Jayne Moore has experience with TV and print work for brands such as John Frieda, Garnier, Marie Claire, Glamour and Votre Beaute. She has done advertising work for Avon and American Beauty, lingerie and swim wear for Saks, Macy’s, Bloomingdales, Calvin Klein, Asos, Gottex and Marks and Spencers. Jayne Moore knows modeling. She knows her body and how to angle it perfectly to get the perfect shot. For Jayne, modeling is about being spontaneous and courageous, because you never know when you’ll have to shoot on a trapeze, trampoline, in sub zero weather, or in the depths of a jungle. Modeling is not just about getting your picture taken; it’s about being photogenic, exuding beauty, and maintaining that same aura day after day.

Jayne Moore

So how does Jayne do it? How does she keep her skin clear, her hair ever-bouncy, and her eyes ever-bright? Her suggestions include never going to bed without cleansing, toning and moisturizing. Water, water, water, it’s an essential element, especially to our bodies. Drink water whenever you think of it, for a simple no-calorie hot drink; just put a slice of lime or lemon, or chunk of mango in a steaming mug of water.

Jayne Moore

Jayne Moore believes that food is sexy. It’s how we stay alive, it’s how we stay youthful and vibrant and motivated. As the saying goes, you definitely are what you eat. While Jayne Moore thrives off a healthy dose of leafy greens daily, kales, chards and spinach in salads and smoothies, it’s not all green, “ choose wisely” she says, know what’s in your food and make wise decisions. Some of her favorite foods include dark or even raw chocolate, which is filled with antioxidants, immunity boosters, fiber and energy (she’s not talking about M&M’s or a Snickers bar!), and red wine, again, packed with antioxidant and resveratrol! So it’s not all dull, but all things in moderation!

Jayne Moore

To keep her skin smooth and glowing, Jayne prefers Mario Badescu products. The products themselves stand alone as being fantastic, but on top of that, the company will custom design a skin care regime of your very own. Jayne’s long beautiful hair is plumped up with none other than… mushy avocados. Ten minutes on the ends, Jayne recommends, will help prevent splits.

Jayne Moore

Most of all, above everything else, Jayne Moore believes that the biggest impact on beauty is happiness. If someone is fulfilled and happy on the inside, there is just no denying it on their outside. Making time for family and friends and making time for your own goals is what will impact your quality of life, and your appearance, the most.
Jayne Moore

Jayne Moore
Jayne Moore

Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Jayne Moore Actively Pursues her Many Creative Interests

Currently residing in New York City (her happy place), Jayne Moore is a high-fashion model with an interesting background in both art and the analytical. It never occurred to Jayne to become a model. When she was 16 and saving for her first car, the salon owner where she worked took Jayne under his wing. He worked his magic and uncovered the dazzling beauty underneath.

Jayne Moore

In college, Jayne studied accountancy and psychology. She has a head for formula and structure and appreciated the strategy and resolution that working with numbers gave her. At one time she had planned to become a chartered accountant. It was her dream at the time to join a training program with either PWC or KPMG directly after college.

Jayne Moore

And yet, the artistic side of her yearned for a creative outlet.  In 2006, she received a vocational degree in Art and Design, which involved multimedia art techniques and the study of Art History. Having traveled widely, Jayne realized how incredibly drawn she was to the cultural influences on interior design. Having experienced so many different countries, personal homes and apartments, Jayne fell in love with lighting and when altered, the mood it creates.

Jayne Moore

Jayne Moore has spent a lot of time pursuing artistic self-expression. Modeling itself allows Jayne a fair amount of this including shots that have her jumping, leaping and balancing in terrifyingly high heels, modeling in various odd locations such as on sand, or in the breaking surf, or off-road terrain. Channeling the right attitude, knowing how to best highlight a piece of clothing is, in itself, a form of artistic expression. It’s the combination of the photographer’s artistic eye, and the model’s inner buoyancy and imagination that bring an editorial shoot to life.

Jayne Moore

Alongside interior design and modeling, Jayne Moore is also vastly interested in both jewelry design and creative writing. In 2009, Jayne took a class at NYC’s School of Visual arts, which ultimately led her to lost wax carving. In time she is hopeful she will be able to open a small business centered on this type of jewelry design.

Jayne Moore

More than a fashion model, Jayne Moore is a model of what it means to be human. Actively pursuing all of her creative interests and engaging in them to their fullest, Jayne is a fine example of someone who wrings the colors out of life to paint the world with them.

Jayne Moore
Jayne Moore

   

Thursday, 15 May 2014

Jayne Moore – Fashion Model & Artist

Being both creative and artistic, Jayne Moore enjoys delving into the colorful side of life that allows her to express herself through jewelry, interior design, and writing.

Jayne Moore

In 2009, Jayne joined the School of Visual Arts in New York City and took classes there in jewelry design, silver smithing, and lost wax carving. Currently, she continues this love affair by hiring bench space in a jeweler’s studio in Prospect Heights in Brooklyn. So driven is she that she plans to launch her first jewelry line in 2015.

Jayne Moore

Language has always proven to be a passionate form of self expression for Jayne, so she took creative writing classes at a writer’s study group in Soho. While not a form of artistic expression that Jayne wishes to cultivate further into say, a novel or some other published work, she is happy with providing her writing need an outlet in journal writing, poetry writing, satirical observations and fiction writing.


Jayne Moore

In 2005, Jayne received a diploma in Interior Design at the UK National Design Academy. Through her modeling career, Jayne Moore has traveled the world. She has seen some truly incredible locations including magnificent hotels, amazing personal residences and trendy apartments. It was through these travels that she realized she had a penchant for interior design. Having cultivated an adoration for vintage and antique furniture, Jayne’s interior design style is a mixture of modern and progressive meets yesteryear.

Jayne Moore


As many interior designers will profess, lighting is a crucial element. This element has continually fascinated Jayne and she loves how it can accentuate, change, diffuse, or mask a certain area in a room. She loves playing with the feeling and ambience mood lighting itself can create. Her classes have given her an education in both hotel design and lighting.

Jayne Moore

Being level-headed, Jayne realized from the beginning that perhaps it was best to even-out her artistic endeavors with more analytical ones. Blessed with an interest and talent for both sides of the coin (artistic and analytical), Jayne Moore also majored in accountancy and psychology. At one point she aspired to become a chartered accountant, and then auditor, when she planned on joining a training program within a company such as PWC or KPMG directly out of college.

Jayne Moore – International Model inspired by Professional, Compassionate Women

Born in the United Kingdom, Jayne Moore never dreamed of being a model when she was young. Working in a hair salon, it took her boss and mentor to “uncover” her dazzling beauty. Similar to romantic comedies, where the “girl next door” is transformed into a beauty pageant winner, Andrea Zuccaro helped launch Jayne’s international career with her ability to see past her bangs and braces.

Jayne Moore

Being in a predominantly female business, there are many other women Jayne admires and looks up to, some of them from the United Kingdom as well. Take for example, iconic Kate Moss, born in Croydon in 1974, Jayne admires her unique style and raw, slightly rough edges that eventually helped her evolve into her very own, world-wide brand.

Jayne Moore

Strength of character is what inspires Jayne Moore, and is clearly exhibited through her own career evolution. Cameron Russell, whom Jayne calls a “remarkable woman,” cites her insightful, honest and thought-provoking “TED talks” that dig deep behind the surface of fashion modeling.

Jayne Moore

Jayne Moore is a firm believer in not wearing fur on shoots or in her personal life. Many of the brands, stylists and creative teams she’s worked with have fully supported her in this. Russian model Anne Vyalitsyna is also very supportive of the anti-fur issue, and Jayne admires how she can be down to earth, warm and compassionate, and still staunchly voice her anti-fur opinion.

Jayne Moore


The fashion world is evolving into a more female-curve friendly arena, and Jayne is happy to see that more and more up and coming models fit this ideal, rather than the mythical size zero the industry has been famous for in the past. Girls like Ann V, Lara Stone, Kate Upton, in addition to models who are mothers as well. Models like Gisele Bundchen, Adrianna Lima, Lily Aldridge, and Dutch model and actress, Doutzen Kroes, bounce back stronger than ever before. These women are truly an inspiration for Jayne Moore, and for every woman.

Jayne Moore


Jayne identifies with these women and their strong sense of female power and unique strength that carries them both through life and through the competitive modeling industry. Not only are they paving the way for themselves, but for future models who will be able to creatively and impressively juggle both mothering and modeling.