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Interview: Cover Girl issue78 Tamara Milicevic (Serbia)


Can you tell us a little about you?

I have been a professional model for 16 years, I have been in this business because I found myself in it and I love what I do. I have many successes behind me, big names and brands that I worked for and with which I still work today. I’ve traveled a lot, met a lot of people, made friends around the world, and I’m proud of every picture and video in my portfolio.


If you could change anything about yourself, what would it be?

I often get that question, and it's always the same answer, I wouldn't change anything about myself. I love myself as I am and I try to nurture and preserve my appearance and natural beauty.


How did you start modelling?

I entered the world of fashion as a child when I was only 10 years old. my parents enrolled me in a talent school and that's when I realized that I love what I still do today. More serious travels and engagements started at the age of 16, first in Prize, then in Milan, and then all over Europe. I lived in almost all the capital of fashion for about 3 years, and then there was no need for that anymore because jobs started to be scheduled directly and I had to travel according to the scheduled job. After conquering Europe, I moved to the American market and I have been there for the last 4 years, New York, Los Angeles and Miami are my new home :)


What do you think of the work as a model?

Working as a model is not as easy a job as people think, it can be extremely hard, difficult, long ... filming sometimes lasts from early morning until late at night, preparing for a show where you go out on the runway every few seconds lasts all day , when it's hard for you, when something hurts, it's your business, you are here to look the most beautiful you can and do your best. I love my job and through that love I somehow ignore it all and try to enjoy every one of my engagements.


What is your beauty regimen?

The model must constantly work on itself, both on its exterior and on its interior (on its character, attitude, knowledge ...). Beauty must be nurtured and preserved in order to last as long as possible, and that does not mean surgery and changing personal descriptions, but healthy care and care of your face, body, hair, skin, nails ... I try to train regularly, I care your face in Epic Clinic with my dear Dr. Marija Bradic Vasic who is phenomenal and who is responsible for my healthy and great look


What are your personal qualities which distinguish you from others?

I think it's a character, each of us radiates his energy, that's how we all differ. Personality and personality is something that describes us and presents us to others. I am always positive, I try to convey that to the people around me, be it friends and family or the team in which I work.


What are your plans for the future?

At the time of the pandemic, I dedicated myself a little to my other love, which is design. I like to create, to create, to change the look of both the interior and clothing. I started my own Fashion Bones brand, and devoted myself a little to that business. I have a lot of plans for the future and some of them are definitely to stay in the world of fashion, work as a model and deal with design.


What are some of your favorite experiences so far?

Certainly it's travel, meeting new people, other cultures ... But if we look exclusively at the modeling business, it would certainly be a collaboration with Armani, phenomenal Paris, Milan and New York fashion weeks, phenomenal California that I consider my second home, no forgetful Miami that has its emperors, Tokyo that evokes the most beautiful memories ... it's hard to single out just a few from so many experiences and travels :)


Do you have any advice for those who want to start modelling?

My advice is to be your own, be what you are, work on yourself and build yourself. Never give up, this job like any other brings ups and downs, one closed door opens ten new ones. Have your goal, love what you do, but above all love yourself.


What do you think of the magazine?

I am someone who loves magazines, i like to read and enjoy it. I am not someone who blindly follows fashion and trends, but every magazine related to that has my attention and finds its place in my home. Modellenland is a magazine that follows everything I love, editorials, fashion, art ... so much beauty in one place. Great praise for the effort and work, I wish you a lot of success in your future work as well as many, many new releases :)


Facebook: Tamara Milicevic, Instagram: tamaramiliceviccc



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