Jennifer Souness has had a varied career. After starting out as a teen model in New Zealand in the late 70s, her career took her to the catwalks of Europe where she worked with the likes of Karl Lagerfeld and Yves Saint Laurent. She later launched a production company in Italy.
In the 80s and 90s, the leggy, redheaded Jennifer Souness was stalking the catwalks of Milan. Now based in New Zealand, she has a different career – some call her a madam, she prefers the shock value of the expression ‘pimp’.
From the day she entered the world as the child of unmarried parents, Jennifer Souness’ life was impacted by society’s sense of shame around sex. Later, as the owner of an escort agency, she was exposed to a whole lot more of that attitude.
A two page spread in the Sunday Star Times
Jennifer is no stranger to taking chances from her modelling success, to working for big gun fashion houses in Europe, to running the nicest little brothels in New Zealand.
Sunday Star Times Advice Columns
There’s a woman in my group of friends who is flirting with my husband and it’s driving me nuts. She’s not one of my closest friends but she lives in our neighbourhood, our kids go to the same daycare, she’s in my book club and is very close to my two best friends – so the opportunities for her to bump into my husband are endless!
Sunday Star Times Columns
I’m a 57-year-old invisible woman. No I don’t have super powers, but I do have a middle-aged face and I feel ignored in many situations. A lot of the time it doesn’t bother me, but it drives me nuts at work. I’ve worked in my sector for a couple of decades. I do good work and deserve respect but increasingly I don’t get it.