Model of our ‘conscientious’ times, Arizona Muse, half British and half American, had her first major breakthrough in 2011 with covers for Vogue Paris, Vogue Italia, Vogue Korea, Vogue Russia, and Vogue Australia along with Self Service Magazine and Dazed & Confused; the latter dubbing Muse the fashion industry's newest ‘muse.’
She has since covered every major Vogue, including its American and British editions, making her one of the distinct few who have booked covers for the "Big Four": with iconic editorial and campaign work alongside the industry’s most prolific photographers and filmmakers.
Recently, Arizona has dedicated her efforts towards the sustainability movement in fashion and has adopted the role as a sustainability-consultant for brands who wish to lower their environmental impact. She uses her significant global platform as an educational tool to share her passion to advocate for better environmental practices, encouraging the fashion industry to examine its relationship with the world and how to protect our future.
The passionate activist has protested alongside Extinction Rebellion, a socio-political movement with the aim of using civil disobedience and nonviolent resistance to compel government action on climate breakdown, biodiversity loss, and the risk of social and ecological collapse.
Arizona sits on the advisory board of The Sustainable Angle, a non-profit organisation that sources sustainable fabrics for the fashion industry.
Early in 2020, Arizona joined The Feel Good Fellowship as an equal partner to the community interest company, a radical transparency movement urging fashion and beauty brands to share their 'truth films' to an increasingly curious citizen.
Arizona lives in London with her French husband, Bonniface Verney-Carron and their two children.