At just 9 years old, Russian-born Kristina Pimenova is a bona fide model with a hefty amount of adoring fans. Glikeriya Pimenova, Kristina's mom, runs the 9-year-old's Facebook account and posts photos for the girl's 2 million followers. But her impressive social media presence has attracted just as many pervs as it has admirers, critics claim.
Big Break: A relative newcomer, Lindsey opened the Prada SS10 show, making her one of the most talked about models of the season. Why We Love Her: Take one look at Lindsey's bee-stung lips and doll-like eyes and it's easy to see why she's fashion's latest obsession. She's just fifteen—we have the feeling she'll have a long career.
Her angelic face, dreamy blue eyes and her lithe build catapulted her to international stardom. For years now, Natalia has used her fame and fortune to help Russian children. Her charity, The Naked Heart Foundationbuilds playgrounds and advocates for children who have special needs.
This is the rags-to-riches story of Irina Shayk, 29, who spent years living in a poverty-stricken Russian mining village until she got her big break at 14 to become a model, eventually becoming a bona fide lingerie and swimsuit model superstar. Growing up, Shayk, whose real last name is Shaykhislamova, lived a bleak existence in a grim mining town in the Urals region near Siberia. She was raised on the ground floor of a very small flat, and her family grew potatoes, cucumbers and tomatoes to eat and survive.
She is well known for her rags to riches life story and for her eight-season, seven-figure contract with Calvin Klein. Vodianova is founder of the Naked Heart Foundationa philanthropic organisation committed to helping children with special needs and their families. In Mattel created the first Russian Barbie under her name.
Whilst I was browsing through my never-ending Google search, and intrigued about a possible visit to Russia, I stumbled upon god knows why the influence of the modeling industry in Russia, with teens and pre-teens. I then went on to reading various articles, and watched a few documentaries surrounding the topic. It became fascinating to me as I discovered a new facet of the Russian teen culture I had never heard of.
Vlada Dzyuba, 14, missed school to work on catwalks on a "three month contract" to fulfil her dream to become a supermodel. The girl from industrial city Perm was reported to have died from "utter exhaustion" and meningitis as she waited for her latest assignment thousands of miles from home in China. A new Beijing account of her death says she died from "septicopyemia" -- blood poisoning with "multiple visceral organs damaged, liver dysfunction and renal insufficiency".
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