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Gabriella Leigh Bechtel, known professionally as Gabbriette, is an American model and musician hailing from Orange County, California. Making waves with her unique “Succubus Chic” trend and goth aesthetic, she has earned a reputation as an “It Girl” in multiple media outlets.

Initially stepping into the spotlight as a model, Gabbriette has been the face of campaigns for renowned brands like Marc Jacobs, Savage X Fenty, Bottega Veneta, Agent Provocateur, Juicy Couture, and Betsy Johnson. She has strutted the runway for Diesel and Dsquared2 and graced the covers of prestigious magazines such as L’Officiel and Vogue. Not limiting her creativity to modeling, she has also showcased her culinary skills by curating dinner menus for fashion brands and sharing recipes on social media platforms.

Her collaborations in the artistic realm are extensive. She gained prominence as the lead vocalist for the punk rock band Nasty Cherry, sharing the stage with band members Chloe Chaidez, Debbie Knox-Hewson, and Georgia Somary. Gabbriette’s influence reaches beyond the music industry, having worked with designers like Marc Jacobs and photographers like David LaChapelle. Other notable collaborations include her work with lingerie designer Rihanna for Savage X Fenty, and fashion icons like Betsy Johnson.

Gabbriette’s contributions to the world of music and fashion have not gone unnoticed. She has received recognition for her vocal talents, particularly her work on extended plays such as ‘Season 1’ (2019), ‘Season 2’ (2020), and ‘The Movie’ (2021) with Nasty Cherry. She has co-written tracks like “Shoulda Known Better,” “I Am King,” and “Lucky,” adding another layer of depth to her artistic portfolio. Gabbriette has also ventured into acting, with roles in ‘I’m with the Band: Nasty Cherry’ (2019) and the short film ‘Sorry or What Could Have Been’ (2020).