Agyness became a star, appearing on every major fashion runway for the biggest names in the fashion world, gracing magazine covers, presenter & face of "House of Holland" & for Burberry (she was Christopher Bailey’s muse), Gold by Giles Deacon, the muse for designer Jeremy Scott, winning the 2007 "Model of the year" award at the British Fashion Awards, while high-street giant Zara ordered Agyness' image mannequins.
Agyness Deyn’s wonderful look and especially boyish unusual hairstyle made designers and photographers chase after her to star in their campaigns. She stunned in advertisements for Giorgio Armani, Vivienne Westwood, Burberry, Anna Sui, Cacharel, Gianfranco Ferre, Dr. Martens, Reebok and more.
In 2008, she was chosen to be the face of fragrance “The Beat” by Burberry and Jean Paul Gaultier’s fragrance – “Ma Dame”.
That same year, Patrick Demarchelier photographed her for the Pirelli Calendar.
The Japanese hair care & cosmetic label, Shiseido, chose Deyn over Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie to be the face of the brand.
In 2011, she was one of the models who took part in the Moncler Fall ad campaign shot by photographer Steven Meisel. Throughout the years, Agyness was on the cover of countless fashion magazines all around the world, including Elle, Dazed & Confused, Vogue, Numero, Harper’s Bazaar and more.
Besides modeling, the British beauty also plays in a band named "Lucky Knitwear", she sings with the band Five O'clock Heroes on the track "Who" and recently formed her own band "Gene Jacket".
In late 2009, Agyness has collaborated with her younger sister to create new lines of T-shirts under the name “Uniqlo”.
In addition, Deyn has been developing her acting career for the last few years. In the film, “Clash of the Titans” she played the role of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of beauty, sex and love. She also was casted for a debut music video (“Iron”) and for the remake of “Pusher” where she plays the role of a stripper. At the start of 2012, Agyness Deyn tasted the West End stage for the first time in the play “The Leisure Society”. With all her success, Agyness Deyn isn’t going anywhere, only to the top of the world.