February 2017 Miss Isabella Pietras
Say “Hello” to Miss February Isabella Pietras from Tampa Florida. Originally from Poland, Isabella came to the US with her family when she was 12 years old. They put their roots in Chicago where Isabella went to school and then started modeling when she was 21. At the age of 23 she relocated to the warmer climate of Florida with sunny beaches of Tampa all around her. This is where she now calls home.
As Isabella started modeling, she was used more for swimsuit and lingerie ads. She enjoyed the product as much as she did the photo shoot. She is now developing her line of lingerie hoping to turn it in to a full time career. We know that she does not have to look far for a model to try on her creative designs, as she has the perfect figure as you can see here in our first Swimsuit shoot with Isabella.
EOTM: Isabella, what made you move to Tampa?
Isabella: “Chicago is a great town, but like Poland it is sometimes very cold. I wanted to get more swimsuit time, which helps me to have a 12 month swimsuit season.”
Isabella: “It was scary! I didn’t know anyone, I didn’t speak English and everything was so different. I had hard times fitting in at first and kept to myself, but eventually I learned to speak English and made some friends so it has become easier and now U.S. is home.”
EOTM: When did you start modeling?
Isabella: I was actually doing makeup for a fashion show when they were short on models and one of the photographers looked at me and said “she is perfect” and threw me in. I was 21 and did not know one thing about modeling, but it came natural to me.
EOTM: When did you get into fashion design and why.
Isabella: I always loved fashion and clothes. I learned to sew at the age of 13 and ever since then I have been altering and making my own clothes.
EOTM: What is your favorite food.
EOTM: What is your choice of music?
Isabella: It all depends on my mood. I listen to every genre, but my favorites are hip hop and edm.
EOTM: What’s your favorite color?
Isabella: “My favorite color is light blue.”
Editorial and Photography by: Bill Sauser