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Model, musician and muse Pyper America Smith is HFM's current cover star

HFM's February issue is out now

by Jill Wanless /


Forget keeping up with the Joneses (or Kardashians) it's the Smiths you need to watch. If you flick through the impressive stream of images on Pyper America Smith's Instagram handle (performing on stage, sleeping on a plane, walking on a catwalk) you'll eventually stumble upon a picture of the now 20-year-old musician, model and aspiring actress with her ex-model mother Sheridan, musician father Dallon, three equally photogenic siblings Starlie Cheyenne, 23, Daisy Clementine, 21, Lucky Blue, 18 and a fluffy pet pooch.

Feb 2018 issue is out NOW! 

The caption reads: 'Watch out Hollywood here comes the Smith family'. The move from Utah to California was decided when, aged 12, Lucky Blue was signed to prestigious Los Angeles model agency Next – a contract that would subsequently launch all four offspring into the public eye – with the siblings becoming the faces of Gap's 2012 holiday campaign.

Pyper stuns in the edgy snaps

Infectiously energetic Pyper has walked the runway for Giorgio Armani, Dolce and Gabbana and Moschino, starred in campaigns for Moncler, Calvin Klein and H&M and appeared alongside her siblings for brands including H&M, Forever 21 and Tiffany. Her latest collaboration is a capsule collection for classic Italian tennis shoe brand, Superga.

20-year-old  Pyper is a musician, model and aspiring actress

As well as modelling the Smiths are in a band called The Atomic. "We play surf guitar-inspired alternative pop songs. We started out doing covers of The Ventures, and stuff like that. Also, I'm really inspired by pop music, so I'll try to incorporate funky baselines to all the songs. Lucky plays the drums and I’m on base so we’re really tight and just groove. The four of us have the same blood, so it’s not hard for us to jam."

To find out more about Pyper and to see the whole shoot pick up the latest editor of Hello! Fashion Monthly, out now…

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