Valletta was born in Phoenix,
Arizona. Shortly after her birth, her family moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma.
She attended Booker T. Washington High School. She got her start in the
fashion industry when her mother enrolled her in modeling school at the
age of fifteen at the Linda Layman Agency.
Initially, she did runway work at a local mall on Saturdays. However,
her big break came after she cut short her hair and went to Europe.
A local agency sent the now 5'9" brunette to Milan where her
first shoot was posing for Italian Vogue. Soon after that, Amber got
her first big break; the cover shoot for French Elle magazine by Hans
Feurer. Not too long after that, Amber, like most models began residing
Amber immediately became a modeling sensation, having picked up where
fellow supermodels Cindy Crawford and Claudia Schiffer had left off.
Photographers and magazines alike couldn't get Amber's face pasted on
billboards and magazine covers fast enough.
Amber has since appeared in numerous prestigious advertising campaigns
such as Versace, Calvin Klein's Escape, DKNY, Prada, Valentino, Jil Sander,
Gucci and Chanel. She co-hosted MTV's House of Style with best friend
and fellow model Shalom Harlow and she even became the face of
Although she didn't end up becoming the sociologist she wanted
to be, Amber does use her position as a celebrity to support various
charity events. In 1995, she organized a charity called Supermodels
Stepping Out Against Hunger, a fashion show that took place in her
hometown to benefit the Tulsa Community Food Bank.
Valletta has gone on to act in several films, been on the cover of magazines and in advertisements for Louis Vuitton,
Calvin Klein and Versace and hosted MTV's House of Style with friend
and fellow supermodel Shalom Harlow. Valletta was scheduled to appear
on Punk'd on Season 6 Episode 3, along with David Boreanaz and Kristin
Cavallari, but Kutcher had to move the prank played on Valletta to an
episode later to make room for the prank played on Dallas Cowboys wide
receiver Terrell Owens, which is based on his suspension on November
19, 2005, while playing for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Alberta Ferretti, Anne Klein, Anne Klein II, Banana Republic, Bloomingdales, Bottega Veneta, Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein 'Escape' fragrance, Cantarelli, Carpezio Handbags, Chanel, Cerruti 1881, David Yurman, DKNY, Donna Karan,
Donna Karan 'Black Cashmere' fragance, Elizabeth Arden, Elizabeth Arden
'5th Avenue', 'Green Tea', 'Red Door', 'Splendor' & 'Sunflowers'
fragrances, Emanuel Ungaro, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, Fendi, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, H & M, Hugo Boss, Iceberg, Istante, Jil Sander, Jones New York Signature, Joop!, Kejzar's Cotton Line and Jeans, Lanvin, L'Oreal, Louis Vuitton, Martins, Morgan, Prada, Redken, Rimmel, ROC, Rolfs, Saks Fifth Avenue, Stella McCartney, Strenesse Group, Target Store, Trussardi Jeans, Valentino, Versace, Versus, X-O-X-O, Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, Zara
Vogue (UK, US, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Greece, Australia,
Russia), Elle (France, Germany, Canada, Argentina), Elle Topmodel,
Harpers Bazaar, Marie Claire, Glamour, Numero, Cosmopolitan, Madame,
Woman, Petra, Ragazza, Telva, i-D, Scene, Arena, Frank, Esquire, ES
Magazine, Mademoiselle, Allure, W, Time
Alberta Ferretti, Sonia Rykiel, John Galliano, Anna Molinari, Calvin Klein, Christian Dior, Gucci, Prada, Thierry Mugler, Donna Karan, Missoni, Claude Montana, Ann Demeulemeester, Chloe, Christian Lacroix, Instante, Isaac Mizrahi, Jil Sander, Laurel, Todd Oldham, Byblos, Cerruti 1881, Fendi, Helmut Lang, Hermes, Iceberg, Lawrence Steele, MaxMara, Moschino, Narciso Rodriguez, Yohji Yamamoto, Anna Sui, Gianfranco Ferre, Owen Gaster, Matthew Williamson, Celine, John Bartlett, Louis Vuitton, Blumarine, Helmut Lang, Michael Kors, Bally, Gianni Versace, Valentino, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Marc Jacobs, Versace, Versus, Burberry