"I started modelling in a very odd way. I was in the manifestation in Trocadéro, and there was a photographer who's been looking at me for a good two hours."
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I started modelling in a very odd way. I was in the manifestation in Trocadéro, and there was a photographer who's been looking at me for a good two hours. I was on my way home, and she asked me to be a model. I've never done this kind of thing before. I hesitated a bit but I'm in Paris, so why not? I started with simple photoshoots, and now I'm doing catwalk shows, too. I'm lucky to be in Paris. Everything can happen here.
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Photographer: Jihyeon Park, Pierre Tizen, Charlotte Lwy, Paul Mohaï
Fashion Show: Atelier Chardon Savard (Paris)
I mainly shoot Fashion and Portraits. I specialize in:
Fashion ,Portraits, Editorial Photography
I am a fashion photographer from Minsk, Belarus. I graduated from the Belarusian state University with a degree in photojournalism. At the moment I work in a glossy magazine for women, published in Minsk.
I am a womenswear designer currently living in Barcelona, Spain. I was studying fashion design at the College of Light Industry in Ukraine. Then I continued education in IED Barcelona (course validated by Westminster, graduated in 2018). I am in love with searching for new shapes and volumes. I like to create personal fabric manipulations and embroideries.
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