Model Interview With Stephanie Kline Of Lansing, Kansas
Q: Quick intro please, where were you born, ethnic background and what types of modeling are your favorites?
A: I was born in Kansas, I am Caucasian, and I love modeling all types of stuff except lingerie.
Q: How would you describe yourself as model in three words?
A: I’m not entirely sure so I asked my friend how she would describe me and she said beautiful, tall, and skinny.
Q: How would you describe yourself as human being in three words?
A: Friendly, creative, confident.
Q: What’s controversial or unique about you?
A: The thing that I would have to say is unique about me is I can be really random/hyper, but that’s how I make friends and keep my figure.
Q: Which celebrity have you been told you resemble (if any)?
A: Some of my friends from Asia tell me I look like Rhian Ramos when my hair is curly.
Q: Which ONE superpower would you choose to have?
A: I’d love to have the power to heal, so I could heal every scratch and every broken heart.
Q: What are your turn ons and turn offs?
A: My turn ons are when someone is them self and are friendly my turn offs are when someone judges one another before getting to know them and being mean to someone who is disabled mentally or physically or is smaller or younger than them.
Q: What is your favorite part about your body?
A: My favorite part about my body is my hair or eyes.
Q: What is your favorite or most exciting aspect about being a model?
A: My favorite part would be getting to meet new people you have the same interest as me and getting to model really cute stuff and just getting to have the experience.
Q: Do you have any beauty / skin care tips or tricks to look fresh and rested for early morning photoshoots?
A: In the mornings I wash my face after I eat my teeny tiny breakfast (fruit) then I drink lots of water and I wash my face with a deep cleansing cleanser and I pat my face dry so I don’t stretch my skin out which causes wrinkles I also try not to wear any make up unless it is required for a special event and before I go outside I moisturize my face with lotion that has sunscreen in it and is also gentle to the skin.
Q: Did you always wanted to be an model, or did you stumble upon it, get discovered etc.? Who or what inspired you to become a model?
A: I always wanted to be a model ever since I was little when I always tried my mom’s old prom dresses on (which were too big on me at the time) and imagined being big enough and pretty enough to be a model in a magazine or on a runway strutting my stuff.
As I got older though I started to realized the possibilities of me not becoming a model but I never gave up hope and with the help of my friends and family and their encouragement I keep on dreaming big as every one should. What inspired me was other models that in different ways looked a little like me and another thing that inspired me was when a girl who I didn’t know yet asked me if I were a model and then I found out that she was a model.
Q: Who is your favorite photographer, designer, high-fashion model and celebrity? Why?
A: Zuzanna Krzatala
Q: Which is your single most favorite (must have on a deserted island) magazine? Why?
A: Metrostyle, because I love all of the clothes in their magazines.
Q: What would you like to change about yourself if you can choose only one thing?
A: I would change my eye vision to where I have almost perfect eye vision so I won’t have to wear contacts ( I have astigmatism)
Q: What do you think about the show America’s Next Top Model? Who is cast, past winners, show format, etc.?
A: I love that show and I try to watch it as much as possible but of course I put school, friends and family, and sports before T.V.
Q: What are your thoughts on beauty pageants, contestants and pageant moms?
A: I think beauty pageants are a great way to start modeling and a way to gain confidence in your looks, and the pageant moms I admire them for supporting their daughters and being there by their side all the time.
Q: Would you work for a client that uses fur? What is the best way to balance personal beliefs and client needs?
A: If they really needed some one I would even though I don’t like it when real fur is used because I love all animals. the best way to balance personal beliefs and client needs would be to model the fur but just don’t wear it after that at least that’s what I would do.
Q: Do you do any type of charity work?
A: I don’t know if you’d call it charity work but at my school I’ll volunteer to read to little kids or pick up trash around the school.
Q: What tips and advice do you have for aspiring models just starting out, something you wish someone would’ve told you ?
A: Be yourself and be confident, because you’re beautiful just the way you are.
Q: Would you share some of your future goals, your life motto, any words of wisdom that get you by in life and professional career?
A: “Never give up your biggest dreams for your biggest dreams could be your destiny.” “Be true to yourself and have confidence for you are beautiful in your own special way”.