It's easy to see that Jaimie Hilfiger wears as many professional hats as she does fashionable ones as a model-- with an upcoming television show and clothing brand, being a Huffington Post columnist and a fashionista, you can almost say she redefines the term "supermodel." It can be hard living in the shadow of great fashion icon, Tommy Hilfiger, but his niece, Jaimie Hilfiger, does it just fine.
 
Like Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian, this American heiress is not content to just sit on her laurels. She is hard-working and industrious as she carves out her own path in life. Influenced by her family business, Jaimie is pursuing a path as a fashion designer and model. Don't make the assumption that her success is due to her uncle's world-renowned fashion line though, as she has proven she has the Independence to make great things happen all on her own. Hilfiger modeled since she was young, doing work for department stores like Sears and Macy's. It soon took a backseat, however, because her mother wanted her to engage in more social activities, since it was more of a solo act.
 
She attended the University of Central Florida for Broadcast Journalism however her heart was always in the modeling realm. After graduation, she decided that she wanted to pursue a career doing it outright. "It was great because I knew that I still had my bachelor's degree and that I could use it, since being a model these days is more than just being on the runway," Hilfiger said. On that same note, her journalistic efforts for the Huffington Post involve fashion and beauty and she loves to give tips to her friends. Her borderline precognitive skill in seeing potential trends for both topics certainly helps bolster her writing and gravitas as fashionista.
 
Currently, she is in talks for a reality TV show deal and working on her line of sexy loungewear for working women. She has been seen in national commercials, featured in many advertising campaigns, taken on many spokesmodel opportunities, and seen on the covers and in the pages of numerous magazines and entertainment weeklies.
 
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