Chinwendu Eyisi, 177 cm / 5’9.5″, Nigerian, born November 21st.
What’s the most interesting thing about your family? Do you have siblings?
“I’m the last of my five siblings. It’s really interesting that I’m not at all in the same age bracket as my siblings. There’s about a gap of 9 years between I and my other five siblings. It’s like I have five more parents. Lol.”
What’s the most difficult thing you have ever done?
“Studying and making it through college as a medical student isn’t easy at all. ”
“I’m really particular about Youth Empowerment in my country. I believe that the importance of empowering youths cannot be overemphasised, both for the nation and the empowered. The future of a nation is in its youth. A lot of solutions to so many world problems lies in the creative minds of the youth if only they can be encouraged and empowered.”
Zahara Model Management (Nigeria – mother agency)
Maksim Bodiroga, 187 cm / 6’1.5″, Serbian, born April 14th.
How and when did you become a model?
“I was scouted on instagram by a model from my mother agency, Lazar Balaban, who sent me a message and asked did I thought about modeling before. He took me to the agency and that’s how everything started, a few months later I was on the runway in Milan, still seems unreal.”
What are your interests/favorite things?
“I’m very much into sports and traveling. I adore that I can travel through modeling, it’s such a freedom.”
What have you learned since you started modelling?
“I learned how to walk properly. I was in sports and my walk was not that good. I also learned to respect time and to be on time.”