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Miss April 2016

Camille Rowe

Details

  • Eye ColorBlue Eyes
  • Hair ColorBlondes
  • Birthdate01/07/90
  • HometownParis, France
  • TitlesMiss April 2016

About Camille Rowe

Camille Rowe is not your typical Playmate. She was born in Paris to an American mother and a French father and spent her childhood splitting time between France, New York City and California. Her mother was a model and dancer at the famed Le Lido club and her father’s family works in the restaurant business. Their culinary skills have somewhat passed onto her. “I’m a good cook,” she says. “But in relation to them, I’m terrible.”

She didn’t really set out to enter the modeling industry. At 18, Camille was discovered by a scout while at a café. She began working campaigns for Louis Vuitton and Dior while also appearing on the cover of various magazines. At 21, she moved to New York City where she’s continued to work with a number of major brands.

While she’s certainly done quite well in the modeling world, Camille hopes to branch out into the film world next. She’s already worked alongside actor Vincent Cassel in a french film and recently shot her first major film role in a comedy with a popular French director. Being able to speak French and English certainly has its benefits in the acting world. She hopes that her Playboy pictorial as well as her acting roles will help open more doors for her in the entertainment world. “You’re in the public eye as a model, but you’re rarely asked to speak–and even then, they ask only about your beauty routines,” she says. “Now, though, people are starting to care what I have to say.”

Camille was only the second non-nude Playmate in Playboy history. In addition to being Miss April 2016, she also appeared on the cover for that issue of the magazine. Camille was no stranger to publication when asked to pose. She had collected Playboy magazines since she was a teenager, and preferred the issues from the 1960s and 1970s. “The entire aesthetic and the girls themsleves are so classically beautiful, which is what we tried to imitate with my pictorial.”

Camille took an active role with her pictorial, wearing her own clothes and styling herself for the shoot. She says this makes her Playmate pictorial a little more special. “This was my vision, and it’s a proud moment for me.”

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