64-year-old teacher from the United States accidentally became a model

A few years ago, 64-year-old Lyn Slater from new York was a regular teacher at the University, and now a world — famous model. It’s amazing what a style icon Lin was completely by accident! As it happened, read our article.

Source: The Independent

“The icon by accident” is the title of the blog Lynne Slater in Instagram, which was signed by more than 500 thousand people. The woman’s profile you can see hundreds of pictures from fashion shows, photo shoots with leading photographers and magazines. Could dream about all this simple teacher retirement age a few years ago?

Known to Lin Slater came quite suddenly, by a happy accident. The model says that waiting for his girlfriend near Lincoln center, where at that time events were held in the framework of the fashion Week, when suddenly she was surrounded by journalists. Members of the media mistook the woman for some sort of celebrity, began to ask her questions, take pictures and even take their autographs. This anecdote was inspired by Ling to start a blog about fashion, because this direction was always interesting to it.

Over time, lean was interested in a model Agency. Now the woman signed a contract with the Agency Elite Model.

During his work in the fashion business, the woman managed to take part in several advertising campaigns of well-known brands and appearing in the pages of a dozen fashion magazines. Teaching Lin to leave did not.

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Daily Lin is receiving hundreds of messages from readers of her blog. Women admire the courage and tenacity of the model, and thank for what she gives others confidence.

“I thought that old age is the verdict, but now we understand that to look fabulous at any age!”

What do you think about age models? Why do you think in modeling there is such a trend?

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