Leilani Bishop (born September 11, 1976) is an American fashion model. At 15, she was discovered on Kauai by a model agent Cindy Kauanui of Jet Set Models and subsequently appeared on the covers of Flare and Allure magazines, and modeled for clients such as Tommy Hilfiger, Balenciaga, Esprit, and Victoria's Secret.
In 1993 Bishop appeared on the cover of Hole's album Live Through This dressed in beauty paegant attire, with mascara running down her face.
In 2000, she played the role of Resin, "the rudest and most selfish and narcissistic cover girl ever to sulk down a runaway," in the movie The Intern.
She is the founder and president of Women for the World, a non-profit organization based in Santa Monica, California. In 2012, Bishop created the Leilani Bishop Collection of fragrances.