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Interview: Model Laurence Louis (Belgium)

Photographer : Charlie B. Wings Make up : Tiffany Peché

Photographer : Sacha Maurice Leyendecker Make up : Monika Leyendecker Kassai

Photographer : Rudy Lamboray

Photographer : PIKAY Fotografie Make up : Monika Leyendecker Kassai

Photographer : Massimo Leonardi

Photographer : Guenter Stoehr

Photographer : Andreas Puhl Make up : Monika Leyendecker Kassai

Photographer : Alexander Kantereit

Photographer : Charlie B. Wings Make up : Tiffany Peché

Photographer : Bodyscape

Photographer : Christian Boulanger

Photographer : Michel Verpoorten

Can you tell us a little about you?
I'm Belgian and I'm 23 years old. I speak French, German and a little bit of English. I've been modeling since December 2014.

If you could change anything about yourself, what would it be?
I'd love to be more confident.

How did you start modeling?
In 2011, I was contacted by a photograph named Stéphane Kaelen. Back then, I only did two, three photo shootings per year.
I actually started modeling in December 2014, with Nicolas Vandeberg. After that, I started to receive quite a few requests.

What do you think of the work as a model?
Modeling is like a therapy: you get more confident and you learn to love yourself the way you are.
I like what I do because it allows me to meet amazing people.

What is your beauty regimen?
Take care of your body, on the outside AND the inside.

What are your personal qualities which distinguish you from others?
I often get told that the look in my eyes is very expressive. Also, concerning nude photo shootings, I'm not reserved at all.

What are your plans for the future?
It all depends on how my life will unfold but as long as I'm able to and as long as I don't have kids, I want to do as many photo shootings as possible.

What are some of your favorite experiences so far?
To be honest, I live a simple life. So far, I haven't done anything worth remembering.

Do you have any advice for those who want to start modeling?
Just go for it! Where there's a wil, there's a way.
I think that everyone can model. But of course there are different styles and they don't suit everybody.

What do you think of the magazine?
It's well presented, enjoyable to read and always has really nice pictures. It also allows anyone to discover new people and get to know them.

 

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