Potential spoilers for The Bachelor. Hannah Ann Sluss, who's a frontrunner for Peter Weber's heart on his Bachelor season, has been a successful model for several years. She does quite a bit of creative work, too—in between her work as a pageant contestant, according to her bio, Sluss is "a talented painter and loves to dabble in interior decorating when she's not slaying it in front of the camera as a model."
But her modeling is the most advanced work Sluss has done. She's represented by Campbell and Model Club, and as of late she's been she's repped by The Block Agency. Here's what we know about her (impressive) career pre-Bachelor.
Here's some of her early work.
She's been modeling since she was very young, as seen with this book cover photoshoot when she was just a teen:
She's done an ad for Sonic (and did a throwback to a Downy ad in her Stories, which has since expired):
And she's done print ads for Jovani:
She represented a Vanity Fair collection in 2017:
And shared a long hair headshot:
She got to show off her modeling skills during her season
Sluss had two opportunities during the season to channel her modeling skills, which was unusual (this is not, after all, America's Next Top Model, another insane and great show I love, but I digress). The first was the Revolve fashion show challenge, which required the contestants to pick out two outfits and model them on the catwalk in front of a panel of judges, including Revolve's chief brand officer.
Sluss picked out a dress that looked just like a wedding gown, and strutted down the runway looking amazing. She won the challenge, and therefore won an entire new wardrobe from Revolve—I'm not exaggerating; there were dozens of shopping bags filled with new clothes for her. I don't know how Sluss plans to get them all home!
Sluss was less successful in the second modeling challenge, a shoot for Cosmo's digital cover with Weber. (Ultimately, Victoria Fuller won, but her cover was redacted by editor-in-chief Jessica Pels in light of racially insensitive modeling by Fuller.)
And her work has taken off lately.
She has been represented by Next since 2018, and she was thrilled about taking her career to the next level:
She's tagged a number of brands in her glamour shots on Instagram. I see Khloé Kardashian's Good American:
And even Lululemon:
She even appeared in a music video.
Sluss played the female lead in the music video of Chris Lane's "I Don't Know About You":
It's a story about the fun one who got away. In the end she gets carted off in a cop car? I dunno.
Basically, her work has been really varied—and chances are, she'll be even more well-known post-Bachelor.
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