Chloe Lloyd'sBlog

Chloe Lloyd for Valimare Swimwear Spring/Summer 18 08 March 2018

Chloe Lloyd for Valimare Swimwear Spring/Summer 18  

Chloe Lloyd for HD Brows Campaign 05 March 2018

Chloe Lloyd for HD Brows Campaign by Nicole Jopek hair by Milosz make-up by Nikki Wolff

Chloe Lloyd for Dreamingless Magazine February 2017 28 February 2017

Chloe Lloyd for Dreamingless Magazine February 2017 by Zoe Michelle styled by Jenny Holmes make-up by Nikki Makeup hair by Anna Romanenkova retouch by Marcin Mikus assistant - Laura McCarthy 22-23b 4-5 6-7a 6-7b 8-9 10-11a 10-11b 12-13a 12-13b 14-15a 14-15b 16-17a 16-17b 18-19a 18-19b 20-21a 20-21b 22-23a

Chloe Lloyd on the Cover of Dreamingless Magazine February 2017 27 February 2017

Chloe Lloyd on the Cover of Dreamingless Magazine February 2017 by Zoe Michelle styled by Jenny Holmes make-up by Nikki Makeup hair by Anna Romanenkova retouch by Marcin Mikus assistant - Laura McCarthy 1  

Chloe Lloyd for Nuit Magazine January 2017 25 January 2017

Chloe Lloyd for Nuit Magazine January 2017 by Andrea Vecchiato styling by Sarah Byrne hair and make-up by Martha Sitwell interview by Dena Tahmasebi

101_a

How did you first get into modelling? I got scouted a few times when I was very young. First by Sugar magazine (which doesn’t even exist anymore) and then by Select at the Clothes show live and a few others, but I was way too young and at school. I actually ended up winning an online competition which got me a campaign straight after college so I moved to London and started modelling full time.

What’s the most exciting project you have been involved in so far? It’s probably when I did a Maybelline commercial. I remember watching those television ads as a kid and seeing models like Adriana Lima and Christy Turlington doing them so it was a dream coming true for me. What else are you interested in besides modelling? I love arts and anything creative. I’m planning to work hard this year and hopefully create my own brand. I’m style and beauty obsessed like most girls. I also love to cook! Where do you live and where in the world are you the happiest? I’m from Cheshire in the North West but I live In London and have since I first started modelling! Although I love this city I’d definitely say I’m happiest by the beach and in the sun, there is nothing better.

You are a big profile online. Have you ever experienced online bullying? Of course! I’m pretty sure most people who do a job like mine have and most people who don’t have as well.  I can’t say I care when I get harassment online as I’m older and don’t rise to it. I know the people behind it are usually insecure or have nothing else to do. However when I was younger it would effect me much more just like it does to millions of young people every day. ‘Bullying’ is a strange term as it makes you think that the other person is always being affected by the ‘bullying’ but it doesn’t. If someone is being rude and attacking you for no reason to try and bring you down or worse – they’re a bully. Ignored or not. 

In your opinion, who engages in online trolling?  I used to think it was just young adults but it really isn’t. Maybe the majority is but if you look at any gossip website the comment section is riddled with cruel people of all ages taking aim at other people (women mostly). Instagram is the same, people actually have the cheek to comment rude things under a persons own personal picture. I will never understand.

What do you think about the current law’s put in place to protect us against online abuse? I don’t think the law can keep up with the pace that we interact online. The internet is now an extension of real life to young people all over the world and the suicide rates are astounding. Targeted harassment, hate campaigns, hoaxes, impersonation etc can make even the strongest people think their world is crumbling. Although it is ‘online’ a lot of the time it overlaps into real life causing people to hurt themselves, kill themselves and do many things that should be intervened by the law. Cyber bullying is considered a criminal offence under several different acts but is not yet illegal. 

Do you feel social media platforms such as IG or Twitter take enough actions on their part to prevent bulling incidents? Most websites have a ‘report’ tool and will remove the comment once it’s been accessed. However there are thousands of tweets and comments out there so I’m  sure it’s difficult.  I would say if you’re receiving nastiness online then always block and report them. Most of the time these people wouldn’t dare be rude in real life and they hide behind a screen where they can be arrogant and write what they wish – which is good because there isn’t a block button in real life! 

What advice would you give to anyone who finds themselves being trolled online? Like I said always block and report so you don’t have to see it and they can’t contact you. Remember people that want to personally attack anyone else for no reason must have huge insecurities in themselves. Let them get on with it and don’t pay attention, if you rise above them they will soon move on. If you feel you have to respond then do it over private message or text as they may be doing it in in public to attempt to embarrass you.  Simply ask why they care so much and don’t rise to their level. Although I’ve learnt it’s best not to respond to these people as they will always manipulate and attack anything you put to try and get a rise or attention off their followers – they’re simply not worth your time nor worth you getting upset over. There are also a lot of help lines that you can contact and if you’re you.

Chloe Lloyd is British model signed with Select models management in the UK. Chloe has fronted campaigns for Maybelline Schwarzkopf and Thomas Sabo as well as gracing the covers of Elle Portugal and Elle Norway. Chloe is also on the radar of huge lingerie giants Victoria Secrets.

10111cl 14 21 32 42 51 72 91

Chloe Lloyd for Factice Magazine 18 October 2016

Chloe Lloyd for Factice Magazine by Saskia Lawson styled by Zoe Kozlik with hair by Kieron Lavine and make-up by Lauren Alice shades_of_blond2 shades_of_blond chloefactice4895f chloefactice4931f chloefactice5027f chloefactice5093f chloefactice5134f chloefactice5195f img_9820f img_9830f img_9837f

Chloe LLoyd for Moi Ostrov 26 July 2016

Chloe LLoyd for Moi Ostrov by Stefan Imielski styled by Lolita Papcosta with hair and make-up by Renata Traupe Chloe Lloyd all pages issue 76-2 Chloe Lloyd all pages issue 76-5 Chloe Lloyd all pages issue 76-6 Chloe Lloyd all pages issue 76-7 Chloe Lloyd all pages issue 76-9 Chloe Lloyd all pages issue 76-10 Chloe Lloyd all pages issue 76-11 Chloe Lloyd all pages issue 76-12 Chloe Lloyd all pages issue 76-13

Choe Lloyd on the Cover of Elle Norway September 2015 14 September 2015

Choe Lloyd on the Cover of Elle Norway September 2015 by Isabel Watson styled by Petra Middelthon with hair and make-up by Anne-Cecilie Olavessen Chloe_Lloyd_ELLE_Norway

Chloe Lloyd for Elle Portugal June 2015 26 May 2015

Chloe Lloyd for Elle Portugal June 2015 by Mario Principe styled by Elisabete Caetano with hair by Rui Rocha and make-up by Liliana Ribeiro c01 c02 c03 c05 c06 c07 c08

Chloe Lloyd on the Cover of Elle Portugal June 2015 12 May 2015

Chloe Lloyd on the Cover of Elle Portugal June 2015 chloe
  • About

    Interview with Nuit Magazine January 2017
    by Dena Tahmasebi
    How did you first get into modelling?
    I got scouted a few times when I was very young. First by Sugar magazine (which doesn’t even exist anymore) and then by Select at the Clothes show live and a few others, but I was way too young and at school. I actually ended up winning an online competition which got me a campaign straight after college so I moved to London and started modelling full time.
    What’s the most exciting project you have been involved in so far?
    It’s probably when I did a Maybelline commercial. I remember watching those television ads as a kid and seeing models like Adriana Lima and Christy Turlington doing them so it was a dream coming true for me.

    What else are you interested in besides modelling?
    I love arts and anything creative. I’m planning to work hard this year and hopefully create my own brand. I’m style and beauty obsessed like most girls. I also love to cook!

    Where do you live and where in the world are you the happiest?
    I’m from Cheshire in the North West but I live In London and have since I first started modelling! Although I love this city I’d definitely say I’m happiest by the beach and in the sun, there is nothing better.
    You are a big profile online. Have you ever experienced online bullying?
    Of course! I’m pretty sure most people who do a job like mine have and most people who don’t have as well.  I can’t say I care when I get harassment online as I’m older and don’t rise to it. I know the people behind it are usually insecure or have nothing else to do. However when I was younger it would effect me much more just like it does to millions of young people every day. ‘Bullying’ is a strange term as it makes you think that the other person is always being affected by the ‘bullying’ but it doesn’t. If someone is being rude and attacking you for no reason to try and bring you down or worse – they’re a bully. Ignored or not. 
    In your opinion, who engages in online trolling?
     I used to think it was just young adults but it really isn’t. Maybe the majority is but if you look at any gossip website the comment section is riddled with cruel people of all ages taking aim at other people (women mostly). Instagram is the same, people actually have the cheek to comment rude things under a persons own personal picture. I will never understand.
    What do you think about the current law’s put in place to protect us against online abuse?
    I don’t think the law can keep up with the pace that we interact online. The internet is now an extension of real life to young people all over the world and the suicide rates are astounding. Targeted harassment, hate campaigns, hoaxes, impersonation etc can make even the strongest people think their world is crumbling. Although it is ‘online’ a lot of the time it overlaps into real life causing people to hurt themselves, kill themselves and do many things that should be intervened by the law. Cyber bullying is considered a criminal offence under several different acts but is not yet illegal. 
    Do you feel social media platforms such as IG or Twitter take enough actions on their part to prevent bulling incidents?
    Most websites have a ‘report’ tool and will remove the comment once it’s been accessed. However there are thousands of tweets and comments out there so I’m  sure it’s difficult.  I would say if you’re receiving nastiness online then always block and report them. Most of the time these people wouldn’t dare be rude in real life and they hide behind a screen where they can be arrogant and write what they wish – which is good because there isn’t a block button in real life! 
    What advice would you give to anyone who finds themselves being trolled online?
    Like I said always block and report so you don’t have to see it and they can’t contact you. Remember people that want to personally attack anyone else for no reason must have huge insecurities in themselves. Let them get on with it and don’t pay attention, if you rise above them they will soon move on. If you feel you have to respond then do it over private message or text as they may be doing it in in public to attempt to embarrass you.  Simply ask why they care so much and don’t rise to their level. Although I’ve learnt it’s best not to respond to these people as they will always manipulate and attack anything you put to try and get a rise or attention off their followers – they’re simply not worth your time nor worth you getting upset over. There are also a lot of help lines that you can contact and if you’re you.

    Chloe Lloyd's Portfolio
  • Select Category

  • Archive