Levi Lomey is a South African male model, born in Cape Town in 1993. Residing in London, he is represented by various agencies. This enables him to work all over the world. His childhood has been spent in a Jewish home. Both his sister and brother are models.
He was discovered by an agent at the school fashion parade when he was 16 years old. He made his debut in Vogue magazine. With the help of a famous brother, he has established himself in the fashion and modeling industry.
Levi has worked with many big names in the industry. His first ever job was walking at the Paris Fashion Week for Kenzo and Dior. Along with this, he has worked with Steve Madden, Diesel, and Tom Ford. He has also worked with titans of the industry like Nicola Formichetti, Edward Enninful, and Kris Van Aasche.
In 2009, Levi was featured on the editorial in Vogue Hommes Japan for Fall/Winter 2009. The title of the editorial is Kn’it’ Boys. He worked with photographer Brett Lloyd. Later in 2013, he did another editorial for Homme Style, named L’Allure De Bondage.
In March of 2017, he was featured in another editorial for Victor Magazine. He partnered up with Kevin Roldan for this project. Levi also walked the ramp for Daniel Hechter Paris Spring/Summer 18 Men’s Presentation. In the same year, he walked the Spring/Summer 18 men’s Shows for EFM and Todd Snyder.
Levi likes his mole on the upper left side is what helps him stand out from the rest and viewers like it.
Levi Lomey is a wonderful model who can reach the list of top models if he worked with full dedication.