- Lancashire, England
- My mantra
- Be young, be foolish but be happy. It's from a Tams song.
- My go-to drink
- Beer, red wine or an old-fashioned
- My favorite word
- Malheureusement. It means unfortunately in French. For no other reason than I just loved sounding it out in school and still do.
Model Sarah Stephens may have walked for Victoria’s Secret but she became irresistibly hot for Playboy — in a matter of speaking. The London-born and Australian-raised angel blessed the magazine’s July/August 2018 cover with a playful pose hugging a bunny ear-wearing dog, the titillating pic epitomizing sexy innocence. Stephens is in her element. "I'm finally comfortable with my body," she explained to Playboy. "When you start so young, girls can be quite insecure with their body."
In 2006, Stephens started modeling at the age of 16 when she won the nationwide Girlfriend magazine model search, which landed her a contract with Chic Model Management. Later she’d sign to Next Model Management. In 2007, she walked a total of 18 fashion shows at Australia’s Fashion Week. After meeting with photographer Ellen von Unwerth, the Down Under stunner landed editorial spreads in Russian Vogue and Above magazine. But 2008 was Stephens’s time to rise, making her New York Fashion Week debut at the age of 18, walking a total of 14 shows. That same year she’d become best known in the U.S. for walking in the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in Miami.
With her profile heating up, ad campaigns were not far behind. In Europe she’d become the face of the Lacrose-created fragrance Love of Pink. And in 2011, she signed on to be the face of swimwear company Seafolly. Stephens would also try her hand at acting, starring the 2015 horror mystery film, The Witch. "Acting is what I'm most passionate about,” she said. “I'm aching to do more."