British Model Wows in Bugle Boy Jeans Commercials
The Bugle Boy Jeans commercials that ran during the late 1980s have become so popular that they now receive thousands of views thanks to their appearance on YouTube and to the charms of a British model by the name of Annabel Schofield who appeared in them.
Born in Wales 50 years ago, Schofield is the daughter of entertainment producer John D. Schofield and the younger sister of Amanda Schofield. She entered the modeling business around 1985 when she first took the fashion world by storm appearing as the model in Versace ads.
During Schofield’s days as a top fashion model, she became one of the most requested models from the Take Two Agency in London.
Although her international modeling career on behalf of such well-known brands as Bugle Boy Jeans lasted through the early 1990s, Schofield continued on to have a successful career as both a producer and an author. Her book, The Cherry Alignment, is celebrated by many as an homage to the fashion, art and culture of the 1980s, presented as a serialized novel.
She is the founder of Belle Bene Productions and recently joined forces with photographer Scott Nathan in a project to record some of the world’s most beautiful scenery in Africa.
“Excuse me, are those Bugle Boy jeans that you’re wearing?”