You have launched the womenswear line for “PRÉVU” the prevustudio, a leading clothing brand. Elaborate more about this endeavor of yours?
Jake, my fiancé, owns the men’s brand, and I always had a very big passion for clothing. Working in the fashion industry I learned to understand what women like and what’s not really available to shop. It’s always been a dream of mine to actually start my own line.
So Jake asked me to start working on the womenswear line, and I did. And it’s gone from strength to strength. We are now selling globally and we are now stocked in Selfridges, one of the biggest department stores in the UK. I’m very proud of it. Our customers have really gotten behind it, and they seem to want to see it be a huge success – so grateful for all the support so far, and lots more to come!
You have done bold photo shoots with top-tier fashion magazines and international brand campaigns. How you are so body confident and advice to your compatriots?
I actually used to be very skinny and got bullied in school for my skinny legs and thin arms – it wasn’t purposeful, it was just my genetics. I physically couldn’t put weight on. I then got scouted as a model, and started to do really well. In every job I gained more and more confidence. The people that used to bully me now follow me on social media – it’s funny how the world works. After I had my first baby, I actually loved my body even more.
I wasn’t super skinny and I loved my shape and being a mom who still worked. I have two kids now, so I do need to look after myself more and work out as I’m getting older, but I love my shape – I don’t feel any pressure to look any way or fit into any specific sizing. My body helps me to look after my babies, and work, so if it can do that, I’m happy!
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