Daily Duo: Meet Alliyah & Nicolai



Alliyah Furlow, 179 cm / 5’10.5″, American, born August 29th.

We Asked:

What’s your most embarrassing moment?
“One time my little sister put a weave in my hair that made me look like a rough Tina Turner impersonator. It was not my best look.”

What were you doing before answering these questions and what will you be doing after?
“Studying for school and studying for school.”

How and when did you become a model?
“I saw an ad on Instagram for an open call last summer. My mom took me to PRIM, I got called back and they offered me a contract.”


PRIM Management (Oklahoma – mother agency)



Nicolai Otta, 185 cm / 6’1″, German, born June 3rd.

We Asked:

What are your interests/favorite things?
“I work out almost every day, it’s the only time I can just escape from the real world and be without all problems. Also, one of my favorite things is definitely football (soccer). If I am in Berlin I go with my friend to every single match of my team, Hertha BSC; I sing, I laugh and I cry with the other fans. Being a part of something so big makes me feel great. I also like to play football or watch the German national team playing… and of course girls!”

Who is someone you admire and why?
“Bernie Sanders, he could have changed the world to a better one with his ideals.”

What have you learned since you started modelling?
“That people always create their own problems, for example: German people complain about so many stupid things – like the train is 10 minutes late or about a lot of other stupid shit! A lot of Germans are not happy with their lives even though they live in a country where they don’t have to worry about wars, corruption, getting clean water, enough food, having a home, etc…. I was like this, but since I have been travelling, through my modelling career, I have met people from other countries and I appreciate my standard of living much more.”


Fly Models Management (Brazil – mother agency)
I LOVE Models Management (Milan)
Sight Management Studio (Barcelona)
Le Management (Copenhagen)

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