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Arina Bernardini is not only an outstanding model but also an inspiring personality who impresses with her elegance, charisma, and passion for the fashion industry. 

With a career spanning impressive runway appearances to stunning photoshoots, Arina has conquered the world of fashion.

 

Can you tell us about your journey as a model? How did you enter the fashion industry?

I’m afraid this will sound trivial, but I got into this industry by accident, at the age of 16, when a designer noticed me in a store and invited me to shoot for her collection. I agreed and on the set I met an agent of another model who brought me to my first modeling agency. That’s how it all happened.

 

You’re often on the move, and there’s often not much time for family and personal fitness. How do you balance everything?

I’m constantly in non-stop mode.😅 I don’t understand how I manage to do everything.. As you know, I am a mother of two small children and have not yet been able to return to my usual mode of work travel.

But I strive for this. My husband helps me a lot, he is an amazing father and a very understanding friend. He knows how important it is for me to navigate my career and helps me in every possible way with this. And of course we have our wonderful nanny. So thanks to them I try to have a balance between work and family.r

What are your preferred types of photoshoots or runway appearances? Why?

I prefer photosessions. For me this is more interesting: to incarnate and play into some other character/personality.

 

In your opinion, what are the challenges in the modeling profession?

I believe that you don’t grant yourself any indulgence; you had to be perfect in everything, always. You can’t relax until you retire. But at the same time, it’s also a motivation.

 

What role do you think fashion plays in today’s society?

I think fashion has always had a loud voice. You can send any message through it and it plays a positive role, I personally have found many good friends thanks to this industry.

I think fashion makes society more educated and noble.

Which fashion designers or brands inspire you the most?

Prada, I really like their style.

 

Can you share some of your most memorable moments or experiences from your modeling career?

There are a lot of them. I have been working as a model for ten years and it is simply impossible to choose one case. You must understand that each photoshoot is a kind of adventure. Always 😍

 

How do you stay successful as a model in a rapidly changing industry?

It seems to me that because of my “chameleon look” – I mean I could still be either a femme fatale or a cute girl for advertising of some pajamas, for example ☺️

What are your goals and plans for the future of your modeling career?

I’ll be banal and honest: I just want to be famous, I want as many people in the world as possible to know me and then I will be in demand even after 40 years 😂 Shayk will retire someday, who will replace her? (laughing)

 

What advice would you give to young people dreaming of becoming a model?

Please, try to stay decent no matter what, do not lose the faith in yourself. Love yourself. And remember, someday dreams come true 😉

In conclusion, Arina Bernardini emerges as a fascinating individual who impresses not only with her outstanding presence on the runway.

but also with her deep passion for art and creativity. Thank you for the interview and your time.

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