Alla Mauer, 177 cm / 5’9.5″, Russian, born November 3rd.

We Asked:

— What are three interesting facts about you?

1. I have a collection of wigs, fake bangs, sometimes I can wear some just in the mood. 2. I often change the intonation of my voice, imitating different characters, sometimes even my own invented images. 3. when I look at my photos it’s hard for me to associate myself with this, I always think there’s some other person there, but definitely not me.

— One thing people may be surprised to find out about you?

After asking friends who were sitting next to me and thought well, I concluded that people are surprised by my, sometimes, excessive openness and straightforwardness!

— Who is someone you admire and why?

My mom! It’s impossible to scare my mom by anything, she sees every situation in a positive way and handles everything. In the hard moments of my life, I try to be like my mom and it helps me a lot.


MARS Management (Moscow – mother agency)



Marcus Morales, 183 cm / 6’0″, American, born February 6th.

We Asked:

— Who is your favorite entertainer?

My favorite musician is Young Thug. I’ve been a fan of him since I was in like 7th grade and all I’ve seen since then is just a bunch of artists being influenced off his work and using his style to create their own. Nothing wrong with it, just saying he had an impact on these new rappers whether you like him or not.

— Something you are self-conscious about?

The way my hair is positioned. It has to be just right or I hate it.

— An issue or cause you are passionate about?

Infrastructure. Whether it’s social infrastructure or just infrastructure in its most general meaning. I believe all humans deserve the necessary systems and facilities to function. Infrastructure has a strong impact within impoverished areas the most as it can lead to increased crime and other common issues within communities. But overall I think an economy’s infrastructure has some sort of effect on that individual community or town in a clear type of way.


Photogenics LA (Los Angeles – mother agency)

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