Chanel Iman Robinson (born December 1, 1990)is an American model, known professionally as Chanel Iman. She is best known for her work as a Victoria's Secret Angel.Iman was born in AtlantaGeorgia in 1990. She grew up in Los AngelesCalifornia. Her mother is of half Korean and half African American descent, and her father is African American.Iman started modeling with Ford Models at the age of 12 as a child model in Los Angeles, California. She flew to New York in 2006 and won third place in Ford's Supermodel of the World contest.Read More ...
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Chanel Iman is pretty in blue for V Magazine!

Chanel is in this season’s V Magazine, apart of the “This is Sundance” editorial.

Along with the spread (shot by Matt Irwin), Mark Jacobs wrote a piece on Chanel and her first *official* visit to Sundance apart of the festival darling, Dope.

Check out the shot in our gallery, and read the article after the jump.

V Magazine (Summer 2015)



“I’ve always wanted to act, I just didn’t think it would be so soon,” says Chanel Iman, one of the world’s most celebrated models and a star of Dope, the breakout coming-of-age comedy from writer-director Rick Famuyiwa. The 24-year-old former Victoria’s Secret Angel, who signed with Ford Models when she was 13 and appeared on her first Vogue cover when she was 16, now has her first movie credit, on a project so beloved that it sold in Park City for $7 million after a news-making bidding war. It’s not a bad way to participate in your first “official” Sundance. “I went last year just to snowboard but I didn’t go to the festival,” the Atlanta native says. “I had no idea I would be coming back with a film.”

Set in Inglewood, California, Dope follows three ’90s-obsessed high school friends in a band that performs original music (produced in real life by Pharrell Williams), as they come into possession of and then try to unload a few kilos of Ecstasy in order to make Ivy League dreams come true. Chanel joins a stellar ensemble—including newcomer Shameik Moore, Kiersey Clemons (Transparent), Tony Revolori (The Grand Budapest Hotel), Zoë Kravitz, A$AP Rocky, and Odd Future members Vince Staples and Casey Veggies—to play Lily, the daughter of a kingpin (her brother is played by Sean Combs’s son Quincy Brown).

“Lily is in her own little world. She’s a bad girl and likes to get in messes. She doesn’t give a fuck,” Chanel says of her character. In fact, Lily’s meme-worthy behavior inspires dealers to name their brand of Ecstasy after her. “She’s just one of those girls who likes to have fun and doesn’t care about the consequences.”

While remarkable for its immaculate style and unpatronizing social media narrative devices, Dope is momentous as a pop State of the Generation address, blithely establishing new identity politics that cross race, class, and sexuality. “Our film is compared to so many different movies but it’s its own,” says Chanel, who definitely wants to do more films. “Our film is just different. It’s young. It’s fun. It’s the new generation of cool.”

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