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3 November 1991 |
|Residence||New York City|
|Known for||VS Fashion Show 2016|
|Height||5 ft 10.5 in (179 cm)|
Bridget Malcolm (born 3 November 1991) is an Australian model.
In October 2007 she was picked out of the crowd to take part in the Viviens model search. She finished third. Right after that, she posed for the magazine Harper's Bazaar twice as well as Jodhi Meares's swimwear brand Tigerlily.
In June 2011, she posed in an editorial for Madison. In October, she covered WWD Beauty Inc. During the autumn/winter season, she walked for David Jones.
In September 2013, she walked the runway for Peter Som, Kenneth Cole, Tibi, Band of Outsiders, Rodarte, Ralph Lauren and Hache. In January 2014, she walked the Ralph Lauren and Stella McCartney Pre Fall fashion shows. In February, she walked for Polo Ralph Lauren. In July, she covered V. In September, she walked for Ryan Roche and Polo Ralph Lauren.
In January 2015, she was featured in an editorial for Elle. In February, she posed for Models.com and walked the runway for Polo Ralph Lauren, Issa, Topshop Unique. In April, she posed for an editorial for Harper's Bazaar Mexico and Latin America and the following month for the Spain and Netherlands editions of the magazine ; in July she posed again for the Netherlands edition. In August, she walked the runway for David Jones. In September, she was featured on the Italian Elle and walked for Polo Ralph Lauren. In October, she posed for Harper's Bazaar Australia. In November, she was featured on magazines Elle Australia and Harper's Bazaar Greece and walked the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show for their PINK Segment. In the past, she had been rejected twice by the lingerie brand. She is the Playboy Playmate of the Month for January 2017 and her pictorial was shot by Jason Lee Perry.
She practices meditation. When she was younger, she practiced ballet for 13 years. She is also a classically trained musician, having studied Oboe at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA).
Bridget Malcolm made a public apology relating to body dysmorphic disorder on 28 March 2018 on the Instagram social media account after publicising the unhealthy diet and exercise regimes she followed.