Elettra Wiedemann

Elettra is born and raised in NYC and has been a fashion model for over 10 years. She is the daughter of Italian actress and model Isabella Rossellini and American Jonathan Wiedemann (a Harvard-educated Microsoft design manager and former fashion model). Elettra was discovered by Bruce Weber, who shot her for the Abercrombie & Fitch campaign, and quickly became one of the industry’s most coveted models shooting with photographers such as Karl Lagerfeld, Annie Leibovitz, Arthur Elgort, Mario Testino, Craig McDean, Nick Knight, Solve Sunsbo, and Mikale Janssen. Elettra has graced covers of and has been featured inside top fashion magazines including American Vogue, French Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Another, Muse, GQ, French and Italian Elle. Elettra has been the face of many prominent brands including Lancome, Ferragamo, The Gap, Mango, Tiffany’s, and Le Bon Marche. Elettra worked as a NY fashion week correspondent for New York Magazine’s The Cut. In May of 2013, Elettra rolled out a series called “Elettra’s GOODNESS” on Vogue’s new channel. Elettra founded a charity called “One Frickin Day” for which she won the “Young Environmentalist Award” in 2011. She is also founder and CEO of the pop up restaurant GOODNESS.