German model Lou Schoof began her modeling career in 2014, shortly after being scouted on a train near Hamburg in Germany while travelling with her father to Berlin.
Since that chance encounter, Lou has established herself as one of the industry’s brightest stars from appearing in the coveted September 2016 edition of American Vogue, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier to landing on Models.com's 'The Hot List' in the same year.
The regal, blonde-haired, blue-eyed beauty has been featured on the covers and inside pages of international fashion publications, including Vogue (American, Italian, British, Japanese, German, Spanish, Taiwanese, Ukrainian), Allure, Harper’s Bazaar (American, German, British, Romanian, Turkish), Elle (British), Glamour (American, British, German) and Interview.
In 2016, Lou became the face of Blumarine, starring in the global brand's Spring/Summer campaign by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Her other advertising work include: Banana Republic, H&M, Akris, Max Mara Weekend, Sergio Rossi, Francesco Scognamiglio, Charles & Keith, Margaret Howell, See by Chloe, Sonia Rykiel, Zara, and Bergdorf Goodman.
Vogue.com has profiled Lou and her signature blunt bob comparing her to a Vermeer painting, alongside her younger brother Nils, also an international model.