You’ve been on the set of our last RedMilk editorial – how did it feel to shoot alongside a bunch of kids? Did you enjoyed it?
I’ve never worked with kids or spent so much time with them overall, so it was new experience – which is always cool! And the team was really awesome, plus it’s always nice to work with the photographer you already know.
Which was the best moment of the shooting?
Oh, in the end of the shoot when we went to the playground and kids went crazy! They wanted to play with everybody and everything that was around. So they were climbing on me, then running away and doing all kinds of silly stuff.
When you were the same age of those kids did you already know what you wanted to do growing up? Did you already wanted to be a model?
I think my wishes changed almost everyday when I was their age. Though now they still change pretty frequently !
How would you describe your style?
I wouldn’t. It’s miscellaneous. I love mixing laid back, kind of boyish and feminine clothes.
Who is the model that inspire you the most today?
It’s not like there is one specific model. I have a few favorites whose work I usually find memorable and beautiful.
Which are your hobbies when you’re far from set or catwalks?
I enjoy all kinds of stuff. Some days i hangout with friends, cook, others paint or go dancing.
Do you miss your hometown?
Sure I do. It always seems that there is so much going on at home when im not around. Like everytime I leave there is some cool gig, event or somebodys birthday. But you get used to it and just try to make the most of your time abroad.
As a model you may happen to travel a lot. In which city you would like to settle down?
I’m getting more and more confused after each trip. There is no particular city for now, though I am always happy to be back in Milan, also Paris and Sydney has won me over.
Say goodbye with your personal motto:
Never underestimate what you have, just enjoy and always make the most out of it!
Thanks to Kotryna from IMG Models