Call it a gateway puzzle.
Danish beauty Nina Agdal got the coveted cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition and appeared on the pages several times, but don't look for her on the catwalk.
"I went to the castings for shows and I never finished booking them, so I stopped going," he told The Post at the Zimmermann show during New York Fashion Week 2020, duplicating a recent ironic post about Instagram. his shortage of fashion show concerts.
However, the beauty of 5 feet 9 inches is not losing sleep due to rejection. "To be fair, I published that legend as a kind of joke," said the stunner, who goes out with businessman Jack Brinkley-Cook. "It's a lot of hard work and a lot of time running. Unless you really love doing it, it's not worth doing."
Besides, it can be scary to show off your stuff with all those eyes on you. "This is very intimidating for me, with all due respect for all the girls who do it," he said. “I would probably pass out before everything started. It's just not my thing. "
Two years after, reportedly, she lost a cover of Venice Fort Lauderdale magazine due to weight gain, body positivity activist Agdal celebrates her curves. The fitness fan proclaims through her Instagram profile: "I wear yoga pants to live."
Soon you will change them for ski clothes and a helmet. He goes to Aspen, his first time there, for a ski vacation with his boyfriend.
Valentine's day in winter wonderland will surely be romantic.
"I have the best date!"