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TAYLOR FOSTER is an international fashion model who has worked with the top photographers, magazines, companies, and designers in the industry. Born in Miami, Taylor was scouted when she was just thirteen years old. Taylor has walked the runways of Milan, New York, Paris, and London for top designers, including Prada, Roberto Cavalli, Givenchy, Alexander McQueen, Chanel, Giorgio Armani, Hermès, Salvadore Ferragamo, Jean Paul Gautier, Fendi, Hermes, Yohji Yamamoto, Hugo Boss, YSL, Chloé and Emmauel Ungaro. She has been featured in almost every major fashion publication, including international editions of Vogue, W , Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, i-D and Vanity Fair. Taylor has appeared in advertising campaigns for Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Redken, Pantene, Clairol, Avon, and Carmen Marc Valvo. She has worked with acclaimed photographers including Mario Sorrenti, Satoshi Saikusa, Thomas Schenk, Ruven Afanador, Christophe Kutner, Terry Richardson, Fabio Chizzola, Manuela Pavesi, Alexei Hay, Vincent Peters, Gilles Bensimon, Raymond Meier, Patrick Demarchelier, Perry Ogden, Ellen von Unwerth, Jean-Baptiste Mondino, and Michael Thompson. Taylor attended the Culinary Institute of America and received an Associate’s Degree in Baking and Pastry. She worked at Canyon Ranch in Tucson, AZ and Restaurant Daniel in NYC before opening up her own café in The Catskills of NY. Heaven on Main Street has had feature write ups in several publications, including The New York Times and O Magazine. Due to her café’s success, Taylor appeared in a national commercial for Visa that featured small business owners. She has since launched the Heaven on Main Street skincare line in 2015. Taylor has always made her own skincare for herself and felt ready to share. She is focused on creating clean beauty, using plants from her land in her formulas. To Taylor, alchemy and baking go hand in hand so being able to nourish the body, both internally and externally, felt harmonious. She has now ventured into beauty as she offers a range of products with tints and colors. Taylor regularly sells Heaven on Main Street at local farmers’ markets and online.