Elizabeth Moses


Elizabeth Moses

Elizabeth Moses is a fashion model, born in Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1977 [http://www.fashionmodeldirectory.com/models/Elisabeth_Moses Elizabeth Moses Profile] on [http://www.fashionmodeldirectory.com FMD] . Accessed 2008-09-04.] .

She currently resides in New York with her husband Evan Dando of rock band The Lemonheads. The couple met in 1998 and married in October 2000. [http://www.evandando.co.uk/interviews/intmagnet.htm Evan Dando interview with Magnet Magazine]

Moses is represented by the London based agency [http://www.models1.co.uk/details.asp?sac=&subid=4323&modelid=30263&areaid=&x=&sexid=2&careerid=&curpage=3&SubmitSearch=&txtsoftsearch=&cboCareer=&cboSex=&cboEye=&cboHair=&cboBust=&cboCup=&cboEthnic=&cboHeightFrom=&cboHeightTo=&submit= Models 1] and has appeared in several campaigns including for Calvin Klein, Bloomingdale's, Gap and Harrods as well as on the front cover of Evan Dando's 2003 solo album Baby I'm Bored.

The Lemonheads 2006 self-titled album includes the credit sequenced by Elizabeth Moses.

Often listed as Elisabeth Moses, though searches for this name return photos of two different models.

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