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:: Spotlight :: Model Profile - Georgia Gibbs

By: Carmine Pascuzzi

We were first introduced to the lovely Georgia Gibbs at the Miss Universe Australia finals in Melbourne in June 2014. Her bubbly and enthusiastic nature won us over despite not placing in the top few of the pageant. However, she is a star in our eyes. Georgia hails from Perth, Western Australia and she loves being involved in organisations, in particular The Cancer Council, which is a cause close to her heart.

Bust - 33 inches
Waist - 24 inches
Hips - 34.5 inches
Height - 5 feet 9.5 inches
Foot size - 8
Dress size - 8
Eyes - Hazel / Green
Hair - Natural Blonde

Q. What is your family background?

A. My family originates from the UK but Australia is definitely home!

Q. Did you grow up in your early teens wanting to be a model?

A. In my teenage years I always dreamed of being a model but thought I would have a career as a teacher.

Q. What have you discovered / learnt from the modelling scene?

A. I have learnt that's it's a very competitive industry; also an industry which requires a lot of hard work and dedication to be successful.

Q. Career highlights to date?

A. My highlights would have to be Australia's Next Top Model as well as reaching the Miss Universe Australia final.

Q. Favourite hobbies?

A. My favourite hobbies Include exercise, dancing and reading!

Q. Favourite music?

A. I can't go past Beyonce as my favourite artist!

Q. Favourite films?

A. My favourite film would have to be the Titanic, I love a good classic.

Q. What is your fashion sense?

A. I like to think my fashion is quite classic but I also love experimenting with bold colours and prints.

Q. Beauty tips?

A. My biggest beauty tips would have to be wearing sun screen and drinking water! As well as having a really good skin routine using as many natural products as possible, and having days of no make-up!

Q. Advice for young girls aspiring to be models?

A. My advice is you can do anything you put your mind to. Don't change because you feel like you should, and embrace what makes you different.

Q. Do you think a man should treat a woman like he does his car?

A. If the man drives a Ferrari and he spends much of his time ensuring it is well looked after, then he certainly should treat his lady like he does his car!

Q. Favourite place visited?

A. My favourite place is Margaret River in WA, you can't beat the beach, wineries, cheese and chocolate factory's!

Q. Do you have a role model/s?

A. My role model would have to be someone like Oprah Winfrey - someone who has come from nothing and built a name for herself though hard work and making a different to others.

Q. People you've admired generally?

A. I admire people like Candice Swanepoel and Cara Delevigne because they are such a versatile models and have made a big impact on the industry.

Q. Are there any issues that you feel strongly about and would like to briefly discuss?

A. I believe negative body image amongst young women is something that is definitely worth discussing, especially being in the industry I am. I believe I can make a difference to a lot of young women's lives by projecting the right attitude and a healthy body and mind.

Q. Future ambitions?

A. I would love to finish my degree in Occupational Therapy, as well as see some more of the world, hopefully travel with modelling and discover what the industry is like outside Australia!

I believe my two biggest achievements within the industry would have to be featuring on season 8 of Australia's Next Top Model and also being part of the Miss Universe Australia final in June 2014. These two experiences are significant because they aren't something everyone gets to experience, and they have certainly opened doors and opportunities for myself.