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Honor Fraser

Honor Fraser
Born Honor Fraser
(1974-12-18) 18 December 1974
Spouse(s) Stavros Merjos (2004-present); 2 children and 3 stepchildren
Modelling information
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Hair colour Dark brown
Eye colour Brown
Measurements 34-24-35.5
Dress size 41 (European)

Honor Fraser (born 18 December 1974) is a Scottish art dealer in California and a former fashion model. She is the sister of the 16th Lord Lovat and was brought up at the family seat Beaufort Castle in Scotland.

Fraser is the granddaughter of British Commando Simon Fraser, 15th Lord Lovat, and sister of the current Lord Lovat, chief of Clan Fraser. She was brought up at the clan seat, Beaufort Castle. She left St. Mary's College with three 'A' levels.

After school she began an internship at British Vogue, where it was suggested that she try modelling. Fraser was the cover girl on the Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music compilation album More Than This, released in 1995. Her first magazine cover was the French Elle (11 March 1996).[1] From 1997-2002, she wrote a column for the Scottish magazine Spectrum.

On 23 April 2004,[2] Fraser married producer Stavros Merjos.[3] They have two sons, Roscoe Merjos (born 2005) and Thomas Merjos (born 2009). Fraser also has 2 stepdaughters, celebrity clothing designer and model Hanna Beth Merjos (born 1988) and Giselle Merjos, and a stepson, Marlon Merjos (born 1994).

She currently resides in Marina del Rey, California and owns her own art gallery, Honor Fraser Inc.,[4] in Los Angeles, California. The gallery represents artists including Kenny Scharf, Kaz Oshiro, and Annie Lapin.[5]

References

  1. ^ Rickey, Melanie (1997-09-27), "Style: McQueen takes London by storm", The Independent 
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ Sweet, Lucy (2004-05-02), "Love, Honor and hubby: Gretna gets star approval", Sunday Times (London) 
  4. ^ [2]
  5. ^ "Honor Fraser Gallery: Artists". Honor Fraser Gallery. Retrieved 23 February 2015. 

Sources

  • Honor Fraser's London Fashion Week, Andrew Barron, 1998 
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