Born and raised in Sydney’s Sutherland Shire, Cheyenne was just 13 years of age when she became one of the youngest models to grace the cover of prestigious Harper’s Bazaar, and was immediately dubbed the next Elle Macpherson.
Since that auspicious beginning, Cheyenne hasn’t stopped working or travelling and has spent the last 10 years jetting all over the globe. With a reputation as ‘an international model of the highest calibre’, Cheyenne Tozzi has graced the covers of Mexican Vogue, German Cosmo and French Madam Figaro Magazine, to name just a few.
Cheyenne has always returned regularly to Australia, where she has been the favourite of clients such as ACP’s ‘30 Days Of Fashion’. She has also shot campaigns for Marks & Spencer, Mambo Goddess Australia, Just Jeans and Wanted Shoes.
In 2010 Cheyenne appeared as a guest star on ‘Australia’s Next Top Model’. She has also had numerous daytime TV appearances.
In recent years Cheyenne has been focusing on her passion for music, and her track “Once Upon a Time”, recorded with internationally successful DJ Erick Morillo, achieved a number four hit on the US dance charts.
With her band Van Hoorn, Cheyenne released an EP and made a number of appearances on morning television performing the band’s hit songs “Reach You” and “Birdy”.
With regular gigs across Australia, and supporting British rock band The Kooks on their recent Australian tour, Cheyenne also found time to tour and support the troops. In December 2012 she toured Afghanistan playing for the Australian Army in Kandahar, Kabul, Taren Kowt, and shows in the UAE.
Cheyenne recently returned to her home in South Sydney after a number of years living in New York but continues to travel overseas for assignments. She is currently working with David Jones and Tush Magazine in Germany while also writing and recording tracks for her debut solo record. She is also an Ambassador for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation.