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Coco Rocha (Mikhaila Rocha) was born on 10 September, 1988 in Toronto, Canada, is a Canadian model. Discover Coco Rocha's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?

Popular As Mikhaila Rocha
Occupation N/A
Age 35 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 10 September 1988
Birthday 10 September
Birthplace Toronto, Canada
Nationality Canada

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Coco Rocha Height, Weight & Measurements

At 35 years old, Coco Rocha height is 5′ 10″ .

Physical Status
Height 5′ 10″
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Who Is Coco Rocha's Husband?

Her husband is James Conran (m. 2010)

Parents Not Available
Husband James Conran (m. 2010)
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Children Ioni James Conran, Iver Eames Conran

Coco Rocha Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Coco Rocha worth at the age of 35 years old? Coco Rocha’s income source is mostly from being a successful Model. She is from Canada. We have estimated Coco Rocha's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2023 Under Review
Net Worth in 2022 Pending
Salary in 2022 Under Review
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Source of Income Model

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Rocha privately trained models entering the fashion industry, such as Kendall and Kylie Jenner, through one-on-one consultations, from which she developed the idea for a model camp. In July 2018 Rocha opened the Coco Rocha Model Camp in a renovated 8,000 square foot property that can house about a dozen model students at a time. The program is attended in four-day sessions, instructing students on the modeling industry, and Rocha has also taught the program at Harvard University.


In June 2016, Rocha taken a management and ownership stake at Nomad Mgmt Modeling Agency and served as the brand director for the agency. In her new role, Rocha works with models to help them develop strategies for their career. The agency roster includes Soo Joo Park, Jourdana Phillips, and Rocha herself. Rocha also helped launch the agency’s first office outside of the US, located in Vietnam, in addition to opening a Los Angeles booking agency.


In 2015, in the 9th cycle of Australia's Next Top Model, Rocha appeared in the series' ninth episode, where the final four traveled to New York.


In September 2014, Rocha walked for designers including Zac Posen at Spring New York Fashion Week, her tenth year working with the designer. In November, Rocha again appeared on the cover of Flare, and became the magazine's first guest editor.

In 2014 Rocha released the book Study of Pose with photographer Steven Sebring, an encyclopedia of 1000 poses modeled by Rocha, including those from Rocha's own influences like Botticelli's Venus and Jessica Rabbit.

On February 1, 2014, Rocha was awarded the "Model of the Year Award" at the Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards in Toronto, Canada. On April 24, 2014 she received the prestigious Vienna Fashion Award as Style Icon at a lavish ceremony at Vienna's Museumsquartier. In 2019 she was awarded the Identities Leadership in the Arts Award at Harvard University.


In 2013, Rocha was one of three coach/judges (along with Karolina Kurkova and Naomi Campbell) on the first season of the Oxygen network reality show The Face. She did not return for the second season.

Rocha has been a devout Jehovah's Witness since childhood, and in a 2013 interview stated that she still participates with Jehovah's Witnesses in their practice of preaching door-to-door. She calls herself "a Christian first and a model second", and says that due to her faith she will not pose nude, with cigarettes, nationalistic emblems or religious icons.


In spring of 2011, it was announced that Rocha would again be the face of a limited edition Karl Lagerfeld designed Coca-Cola light campaign. She previously collaborated with Lagerfeld and Coca-Cola in 2010. In July 2011, Coco Rocha became the first high fashion model to be photographed by the Lytro Camera, the camera takes what the company calls a "living picture," meaning that it captures enough visual information in a single exposure so that the focus and zoom can be adjusted even after the picture is taken. Rocha said she reached out to the company after reading about them on the website Mashable.

In August 2011, it was announced that Rocha would be the face of an upcoming Karl Lagerfeld for Macy's collection. In mid-February 2012, Coco appeared in a commercial for White House Black Market created by New York advertising agency ceft and company new york in which she was featured tap-dancing.

Rocha hosted the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards white carpet. On October 19, 2011 she appeared as a guest judge on America's Next Top Model, where host and head-judge, Tyra Banks, referred to her as "The Queen of Posing". The short documentary Letters to Haiti featured Rocha and fellow model Behati Prinsloo delivering supplies to Haiti after the 2010 earthquake; it was shot by Rocha's husband, James Conran. The movie premiered in Toronto in October and New York in December 2011.

Rocha wrote the foreword to Canadian fashion reporter Jeanne Beker's book Struttin It!, about the modeling profession. In March 2011, Coco announced the launch of her new website. The site was said to contain almost 10,000 pictures covering her entire career as a model so far.

In June 2011, Coco announced a partnership with Canadian-fashion-retailer Jacob for a "Photoshop-free" campaign. In her blog, Rocha said she hoped the shoot could "balance the scales a little by pulling so far back from what has been the current trend of total digital model manipulation."

On October 11, 2011 Rocha appeared on Anderson Cooper's daytime television show, Anderson, where she said models are scouted too young and put under pressure to stay thin and behave unnaturally, while they are "still minors".

On November 1, 2011, she launched Coco Rocha for Senhoa, a collection produced together with Senhoa, an organization helping Cambodian survivors of human trafficking. The capsule collection contained seven unique pieces designed by Rocha and hand crafted by the survivors of human trafficking. All proceeds went directly to the Senhoa program. To help raise awareness for the cause, Rocha brought in additional models Chanel Iman, Caroline Trentini, and Behati Prinsloo. In the first of two campaigns, Iman, Trentini and Rocha were photographed by Nigel Barker. Rocha also worked with The Model Alliance, to improve underage protection laws for models in New York State, noting that models did not have the same protections as other underage people in the entertainment industry. New labor protections were enacted in the state to help prevent future abuses.

In November 2010, Rocha was awarded the Seventeen Body Peace award by Seventeen magazine. Rocha had contributed a number of articles to Seventeen on the topic of girls' body image and self-esteem. On February 14, 2011 she was awarded the Elle Style award for 'Model of the Year' by Boy George in London.

On June 16, 2011, Rocha and husband James Conran both received awards for their philanthropic work at the Pay It Fashion Forward event in Manahattan, NY. In 2012, Vogue Paris declared her one of the top 30 models of the 2000s.


In July 2010, Rocha appeared on the Vogue website daily for an entire month in a feature named "Today I'm Wearing". The following month, Rocha appeared on a billboard in Times Square for an ad campaign with Marie Claire magazine in partnership with Project Runway in which she modeled a contestant's winning design.

In October 2010, Rocha was given Marie Claire's Prix d'Excellence as their model of the year at a ceremony in Paris.

Rocha was one of twenty-one high fashion models mentioned in Kanye West's 2010 song "Christian Dior Denim Flow".

Rocha married artist James Conran on June 9, 2010. Conran later became her manager. On October 6, 2014, Rocha announced via her Facebook page, that she and her husband were expecting their first child, a girl, due in Spring of 2015. Rocha gave birth to their daughter, Ioni James Conran, on March 28, 2015. In December 2017, Rocha announced that they were expecting their second child. She gave birth to son Iver Eames Conran on April 20, 2018.


A year later, in February 2007, Rocha opened Jean Paul Gaultier's Scottish Highlands-inspired Fall/Winter 2007 show by Irish-dancing down the runway; American Vogue dubbed this the "Coco Moment" and suggested it as a sign that the fashion industry misses the "supermodels". Rocha was featured on the May 2007 issue of US Vogue with models Doutzen Kroes, Caroline Trentini, Raquel Zimmermann, Sasha Pivovarova, Agyness Deyn, Jessica Stam, Hilary Rhoda, Chanel Iman, and Lily Donaldson as the "World's Next Top Models." In 2008 casting agent James Scully said of Rocha:


The following March, she walked the Fall/Winter 2006 ready-to-wear show at New York Fashion Week, most notably for Anna Sui and Marc Jacobs. Backstage at the Anna Sui show, Rocha met model Naomi Campbell, who held her hands and told her she was "her new favourite model". During Paris Fashion Week she walked for esteemed designers like Stella McCartney, Shiatzy Chen, Christian Lacroix, Emanuel Ungaro, and Marc Jacobs.


In 2002, agent Charles Stuart approached Rocha at an Irish dance competition and asked her if she would consider modeling for him. At that point, she had never thought of modeling before. When she did begin to model, her knowledge of fashion was limited. Initially Rocha spent time modeling in Asia, where she would shoot up to 75 looks a day for two months. She returned to New York and signed an exclusive contract with photographer Steven Meisel, who created a list of clients she could and could not work with. Of the time, Rocha as stated that, "the industry started to hear about this list, so when I finally got to Paris, big designers were trying to get their name on the list. It was, now looking back, one of the craziest times in my career." She became known as one of the first models to harness social media, and earned the nickname the “Queen of Pose”. Meisel shot an editorial of Rocha with Gemma Ward and Amanda Moore, which appeared on the cover of the April 2006 issue of Vogue Italia.


Mikhaila "Coco" Rocha (born September 10, 1988) is a Canadian fashion model. She is known as one of the first "digital" supermodels, and is known for her advocacy for younger models. As an author, she collaborated on the 2014 book Study of Pose. Rocha is also the founder of the Coco Rocha Model Camp and co-owner of the Nomad Management Modeling Agency.


Since her debut, Rocha has been the face of a variety of advertising campaigns including Versace, Americana Manhasset, Balenciaga, Chanel, D&G, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Lanvin, The Gap, Ports 1961, Tommy Hilfiger, Yves Saint Laurent, Esprit, Liz Claiborne, Calvin Klein, Nicole Farhi, DeBeers, Zac Posen, Rimmel, and Tatras Japan. She has appeared in editorials for American, Italian, Korean, French, Russian, Spanish, Brazilian, Japanese, Mexican, and British Vogue, British, Canadian, Czech, French, Quebec, and Italian Elle V, W, French, Korean, and Japanese Numéro, British and Japanese Dazed & Confused, i-D, Time Style & Design, and Ukrainian, Russian, Korean, and American Harpers Bazaar.