Amber Valletta, an original ’90s supermodel, signed with The Society Management in New York City.
Valletta has been with IMG since 2015.
The 46-year-old model, actress and sustainability activist has been the face of brands such as Giorgio Armani, Chanel, Escada, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Valentino, David Yurman, Gucci and Versace, and has also had cosmetics contracts from several million dollars. with Calvin Klein and Elizabeth Arden. She has walked for designers such as Versace, Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga, Gucci, Prada, Michael Kors and Tom Ford and has appeared 13 times on the cover of Vogue, as well as Elle, Allure, Marie Claire and international magazines.
During her career, she also hosted the MTV show “House of Style” with her friend and fellow model Shalom Harlow.
Valletta, who was born in Phoenix, has appeared in films such as “What Lies Beneath”, “Hitch”, “Transporter 2”, “Man About Town”, “Dead Silence”, “Gamer” and “The Spy Next Door” “, as well as television series such as” Revenge “and” Blood & Oil “.
The company represents Valletta only for its modeling jobs, not as an actress.
“Amber Valletta is an extraordinary talent with whom we are delighted to work. Her status as an industry icon, her foresight towards environmentally friendly fashion, and her long-standing efforts as an advocate for sustainability have positioned her as a vital leader. We look forward to supporting its existing and future initiatives through strategic and impactful partnerships, ”said a spokesperson for Society Management.
As reported last fall, Valletta is collaborating with Karl Lagerfeld house on a range of eco-friendly accessories for spring 2021 retail sales. Accessories will be sold in Karl Lagerfeld stores worldwide and online on sites such as Karl.com and Zalando.com
Valletta is British Vogue’s leading sustainable editor and has created Master & Muse, an online store for eco-friendly fashion brands operated by Yoox.com. Valetta is an advisor to One x One, The Conscious Design Initiative in partnership with the UN, is a member of the FIT Foundation board of directors and FIT’s sustainability education ambassador.