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Riya’s advice on being a supermodel

Riya’s advice on being a supermodel

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Responding to So Channary’s dream of becoming a supermodel one day, supermodel Riya shared her experiences within the field.

“The important things for supermodels are body, height and face”, Riya said. She said if you don’t have a good body, itis very difficult to be a supermodel.

Furthermore, supermodels need to be at least 1.60m in height. Riya’s height is 1.67m. These are the reasons that she has become well-known in the fashion
industry.

“When you are in the modelling field, the important thing to do is ‘respect the time’,” Riya says. This allows the model’s reputation to grow bigger by the day. Finally, Riya says supermodels must take good care of themselves.

“If you want to become a supermodel, first you have to take care of your body, eat healthy food, and do a lot of exercise”.

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