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Getting to know > Michelle Treacy faves:


Color: Lavender, Pink, Teal Designer: Alexander McQueen Model: Herieth Paul Wardrobe item: Crazy jackets & heels Accessory: Big necklaces Beauty product: Lipstick Green beauty product: Burt’s Beeswax Lip Balm Song right now: Born this way - Lady Gaga


fave: What made you want to join the modeling world


Michelle: I wanted to join the modeling world because I love fashion, makeup and everything that goes with the industry.


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fave: When did you realize that you had the potential to be a model


Michelle: I first realized that I wanted to be a model when I bought my first copy of Vogue and saw all the amazing photographs and editorials and knew right then and there that I wanted to be that girl in a maga- zine.


fave: who would you say influences your personal style


Michelle: I would say that my brother Matthew Treacy, Lady Gaga and all of the music that I’ve grown up lis- tening to have been big influences to my personal style.


fave: What has been your biggest challenge so far


Michelle: My biggest challenge so far has been the fact that I am shorter than the rest of the high fashion mod- els... but that doesn’t stop me!


fave: What part of modeling are you enjoying the most


Michelle: The part of modeling that i enjoy the most is the photo shoots and the fashion shows.


fave: How are you handling all the attention you’re at- tracting lately


Michelle: With all the attention I’ve been attracting lately I will always stay humble and thankful.


fave: What advice do you have for young girls your age that want to model


Michelle: Don’t let anything stop you. If modeling is your dream work for it and you can achieve anything. fave: What is your dream “model moment’


Michelle: My dream “model moment” would be to walk for big designers in New York, Paris and Milan and to have a spread in and to be on the cover of Vogue.


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