The niece of former President of the United States, Bush is a fashion model, social fixture, and wife of fashion heir David Lauren.
The daughter of Sharon and Neil Bush, George W.'s younger brother, Lauren was raised in Houston and headed off to Princeton after high school. She began pursuing a career in fashion while she was still in college, taking time off from school to model, study clothing design at Parsons and intern for Zac Posen. Bush continued to model after graduating and settling in New York: she's since posed in campaigns for the likes of Tommy Hilfiger and Abercrombie & Fitch, appeared on the cover of a handful of magazines (like Vogue Australia, W, Tatler, and Glamour), and walked in runway shows for a handful of low-profile European fashion designers. She even launched her own line Lauren Pierce in 2008. Over the past few years, she's championed the cause of ending world hunger as part of her role as the young ambassador for the World Food Program, thus why she's often seen with a FEED bag.
Lauren has been with David Lauren, Ralph Lauren's son and the head of marketing at the company, since 2005. The pair married in 2011, making the name Lauren Bush Lauren the most redundant name in the biz. [Image via AP]