Interview: Model Carolina Rosini (Italy)
Can you tell us a little about you?
I was born and raised in Italy where I worked as a model for almost 10 years. I move to the Us in 2016, I got married and and I had a baby, yes I am a full time mom now and my priorities have changed. I still work in the fashion industry but more for fun. I do phoshoots and some ambassadorship collaboration on social media.
If you could change anything about yourself, what would it be?
Personality wise I would change the fact that I cannot let it go things. If someone do something that bothers me, well... I will remember forever. Lol In my body I would like to be taller. I am a short model.
How did you start modelling?
I’ve been scouted by a photographer in Italy with whom I did my very first photo session. I was a teenager and I remember it was very exciting and embarrassing at the same time. Then I started to book my first jobs and I soon find myself working in China and all over Europe.
What do you think of the work as a model?
It’s a job. And like any other job can be stressful and tiring. Many people think that being a model does not require any skills and it’s an easy thing to do but it’s not. We have to take care of ourselves a lot more than other people, plus you have to have good acting skills too and a strong personality.
What is your beauty regimen?
I have a beauty regimen that starts from the inside out. I am passionate about healthy nutrition and fitness and I nourish my body with good food to shine from the outside. Moisturizes and oils are just add ons
What are your personal qualities which distinguish you from others?
I am very passionate about what I believe in. And I really care about people in a sweet genuine way. I am really what you see. And that’s a good quality missing in lots of people nowadays.
What are your plans for the future?
I have a lots of new projects going on. That are not related to being a model which make me very excited because I think that to give the best of yourself and move on in life you have to get out your comfort zone which for me has always been being in front of a camera.
What are some of your favorite experiences so far?
Working in different countries. Meeting people of different cultures and is so empowering and enriching at the same time.
Do you have any advice for those who want to start modelling?
Believe in yourself and try to be the better version of what you can be. Don’t compare to others. Don’t listen to those who say you’re too short, you are too fat, too curvy or too anything. Fashion has an all new conception now and new niches you can be part of.
What do you think of the magazine?
I think it’s a great magazine for all the people in the fashion industry. It celebrated all the artists working in this field all around the world and I am honored to be able to be featured on it.