At 25 years old, Lucky Blue Smith has this physical status:
Smith grew up in the small city of Spanish Fork, Utah. He is the youngest of four siblings and the only male. Smith was scouted with his three sisters in Utah when he was 10 and began his modeling career when he was 12. Upon being signed with Next Management, he and the entire Smith family moved to Los Angeles where the younger children were homeschooled. Shortly after their arrival, Smith and his siblings were photographed by Hedi Slimane for Vogue Homme Japan which generated immediate attention.
Smith's modeling career especially took off after he dyed his hair platinum blond at his agent's advice, which became his signature look for some time. By 2015, he had shot a dozen magazine covers and fronted fashion campaigns for Philipp Plein and Tom Ford. He and several other models appeared in Tom Ford's fashion video with Lady Gaga for SS16.
He has appeared in editorials for American, French, Spanish, and Ukrainian Vogue, GQ, British Elle, Marie Claire, V, Numéro, i-D, LOVE, and W. Smith has appeared on the covers of French and Spanish Vogue, GQ, V, and Harper's Bazaar.
Smith has walked the runways for Fendi, Chanel, Roberto Cavalli, Moschino, Emporio Armani, DSquared2, Salvatore Ferragamo, Philipp Plein, Ralph Lauren, Balmain, Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, Ermanno Scervino, Versace, Jeremy Scott, Michael Kors, John Varvatos, Etro and Bottega Veneta.
He has appeared in advertising campaigns for Tom Ford, Calvin Klein, Moncler, Tommy Hilfiger, Philipp Plein, Mavi, Penshoppe, H&M, Gap, Big C and L'Oreal.
In 2009, Smith and his three sisters formed a surf-rock band called The Atomics. Smith is the drummer and has stated that music is his real passion. The band is also represented by Next.