She is the daughter of Andalusian emigrants to Barcelona. Her measurements are 32.5-23-35 and standing at just less than 5 8, she is sometimes referred to as a petite model. She is probably best known to American audiences for her appearance in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition.
Growing up, Vanessa knew she wanted to be a model from the age of 6. With the help of her father, who answered an advertisement in the local paper, Vanessa became a model at the age of ten. Vanessa spent mornings going to classes at school, then four hours of ballet in the afternoon, and the casting calls in her free time (avaha1978hubpages.com).
She entered the Elite Look of the Year modeling competition when she was 16 and came in second place. She quit school and at 17 moved to Paris to pursue modeling even further. The rest is history and she subsequently became one of the most famous models in Spain.
Vanessa Lorenzo has worked for brands such as Giorgio Armani, LOreal, Yves Saint Laurent, Gap, Christian Dior, Pantene, Pepe Jeans and Ralph Lauren, among others.
She has graced the covers of a variety of magazines, including Neo, Self, Lucky, Cosmopolitan, Woman, Glamour, Elle, Amica and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition in 2002.
Vanessa Lorenzo said about modeling, This job can be very superficial. It is very important to keep your friends, your family, your roots (askmen.com).
She has worked for Central Models, Open Model Agencies, IMG Models, Harrys Model Management, and many more. From 1996 to 2003, she walked in fashion shows for designers such as David Vals, Andres Sadr and Emanuel Unger.
Vanessa added actress to her resume with her appearance in Fuchu dartificio and the short fantasy film El topo y el hada. She has also appeared in the 2002 Greenpeace calendar and the 2004 Larios Calendar.
Per her Twitter, Vanessa Lorenzo splits her time between New York City and Spain.