Who:

Leeroy Rozan, 188 cm / 6’2″, French, born July 5th.

We Asked:

What were you doing before answering these questions and what will you be doing after?
“I was in Nice for a shoot with Harper’s Bazaar. Back home I’m doing some music in my studio, and then I’ll probably record my voice for the track I’m working on.”

What’s the most difficult thing you have ever done?
“Sleep on the streets. I went through a very rough time when I was 17, I could only count on myself. Everything went back into place, today I live with my father and my younger sister.”

What is one thing people may be surprised to find out about you?
“My simplicity and my respect towards anyone I work with. I stay true to myself, a human being. I don’t pretend to be anybody else and thanks to that I managed to create great relationships with people I was lucky to meet.
My simplicity, I’m not a complicated guy, I’ll do what I’m told always with a smile, I’m always in a good mood no matter what, it’s actually quite surprising for some people.”

Where:

Elite Paris ()


Who:

Tay Demery, 180 cm / 5’11”, American, born December 24th.

We Asked:

How and when did you become a model?
“It’s so crazy because I didn’t always want to model, people always told me I should but I laughed it off. I use to watch America’s Next Top Model ALL THE TIME but never thought anything of it. One day my friend and I signed up to be in fashion show at a college in my hometown, after that, opportunities kept knocking at the door. I’ve loved it ever since then!”

What have you learned since you started modeling?
“I’ve learned (and still learning) that you can NOT compare your journey to the next person’s. It’s all about timing! What’s for you will be for you. Don’t stress it, man. Stressing only causes distraction.”

What’s the most difficult thing you have ever done?
“The most difficult thing I’ve ever done was gain confidence. When you’ve been told by society and even your own people that you’re unattractive in some way, that could take a toll on you and you start to believe it. I’m learning to love me the way I am. There’s always someone that thinks I’m beautiful and there’s also someone who doesn’t find me appealing, but what matters is what I think!”

Where:

The Industry Model Management (New York – mother agency)

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