Natalia Vodianova fashion model
February 28, 1982
5 ft 9 in | 175 cm
34-24-34 in | 86.5-61-86.5 cm
52 kg | 114 pounds
8 US | 38.5 EU
Natalia Vodianova was born in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, on February 28, 1982, is an Russian supermodel. She began her modeling career at the age of 15, by the age of 17, she had moved to Paris and signed with Viva Models. Natalia long time highly ranked on The Money Girls and New Supers List by models.com. She is one of the top-earning models on the Forbes list. She appeared in 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2015 Pirelli Calendar. Friends with models Karlie Kloss and Eva Herzigova. She is nicknamed Supernova.
Vodianova is also known as a actress appeared in films CQ (2001) in role as Brigit, Clash of the Titans (2010) in role as Medusa, Belle du Seigneur (2012) in role as Ariane.
Has has been featured on numerous fashion magazine covers including Esquire Russia, Pop Magazine, Glamour Hungary and France, L'Officiel Turkey and Ukraine, Vanidades, Vogue Espana and Japan, Allure Russia, Elle France, Madame Figaro, American Vogue and Russia, Vogue Italia, Vogue Paris, Harper's Bazaar Korea and UK, Harper's Bazaar Russia, Marie Claire Korea, British Vogue and Turkey, GQ Russia, Vogue Germany and China, Tatler, Vogue Latino America.
Appeared in advertising campaigns for Miss Sixty, Stella McCartney, Givenchy, Calvin Klein, Guerlain, Theory, Aspesi.
Represented by agencies New York DNA Models, Viva Model Management Paris, Milan Why Not Model Management.
I have done it. I have everything I want. I have made enough money to secure my family and that is all I care about.
I respect my body, my body is my temple. If I eat like a pig, I am going to feel like a pig. Sometimes I have a huge, delicious five-star dinner with my grandparents with seven courses. In the morning you wake up and you feel like ... If I feel like that, OK, I am not going to be able to feel good about myself..
No matter who you are, you are somebody in fact. Always in the back of my mind, I have to do what my heart tells me and not what my brain tells me."
I wish I did say at the time, that I assume there is very little Anorexia or Bulimia issues in countries like Africa, China and Russia today!