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Carmen San Martín (sometimes written as “Sanmartín”)


Venice, 1988 (F. Scianna)

Nationality: Spanish

Place/Date of birth: Canary Islands (Spain), ca. 1968

Hair color: Dark brown

Eye color: Brown

Height: 5´8.5" ; 174 cm

Measurements: (US) 35-24.5-35.5 ; (EU) 89-62-90

Dress size: (US) 8 ; (EU) 38

Trademarks: bountiful dark and curly hair. Thick eyebrows. Mediterranean look.

- International semifinalist of the Elite Management´s Look of the Year contest in 1983 (held in Acapulco, Mexico). Also competed in this edition: Hunter Reno, Cindy Crawford, Tatjana Patitz and Stephanie Seymour.

- She was the first Spanish woman to enter the contest and the first, also, who manages a contract with cosmetics giant Revlon (followed in the feat Nastasia Urbano and Gurus Segovia).


Elite Model Management (New York) - 1989


Elite Model Management (New York) - 1986

- She played Mary, mother of Jesus, in the TV film Un bambino di nome Gesù (1987).


- Carmen was involved in the iconic campaign The Most Unforgettable Women in the World wear Revlon in 1989 with Monica Bellucci. Ph: R. Avedon.


- International image of the line of Schwarzkopf Gliss Kur (1991-2007). Other campaigns: Louis Féraud Paris (1990), Pronovias (1991-92).


Schwarzkopf "Gliss Kur"


Louis Féraud



- Covers: Elle France, Amica Italia, Max Italia, Cosmopolitan USA, El País Semanal.


Cosmopolitan USA, may 1989.

- She has been photographed by Richard Avedon, Gilles Bensimon, J.A. Beorlegui, Antoni Bernad, Giovanni Cozzi, Aldo Fallai, José Manuel Ferrater and Ferdinando Scianna, among others.


Giovanni Cozzi. Seville, 1992. With Inés Sastre.


José Manuel Ferrater. El País Semanal, 1993.


Ferdinando Scianna. Sicily, 1991.


- Ferdinando Scianna I: Fashion story with Carmen San Martín. Venice, 1988 (source: Magnum Photos).

- Ferdinando Scianna II: Fashion story with Carmen San Martín and Riccardo Acerbi. Sicily, 1991 (source: Magnum Photos).

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thank you for adding but when you do please separate campaigns into different posts. when a post is that large, its sometimes hard to read for those using mobile devices, ipads, or notebooks.

Ok, I'll remember that for future posts, I didn´t know: Thank you for warning. A greeting, modelknowledge! :wave:

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