Law of at­trac­tion: A crim­i­nal jus­tice ma­jor in col­lege, Brit­tany Olde­hoff is now rul­ing the South Florida mod­el­ing scene.

WITH SIZ­ZLING SPREADS IN MAXIM AND GQ, NO ONE LAYS DOWN THE LAW OF MOD­EL­ING LIKE NEXT MAN­AGE­MENT BOMB­SHELL BRIT­TANY OLDE­HOFF.

Ocean Drive - - Contents - BY KATIE JACK­SON

“SHOW THAT YOU’RE A HU­MAN AND NOT JUST A COATRACK FOR CLOTHES.” —BRIT­TANY OLDE­HOFF

If you weren’t a model…

I’d be do­ing some­thing in law en­force­ment. I stud­ied crim­i­nal jus­tice at Florida At­lantic Univer­sity.

Fa­vorite shoot to date?

GQ South Africa. [The pho­tog­ra­pher] had me do all of these crazy poses, and I thought to my­self, There is no way this is go­ing to look good! But when [the mag­a­zine] came out, it was flaw­less.

You com­peted in the 2014 Miss Florida USA pageant. What’s the dif­fer­ence be­tween mod­el­ing and pageants?

The pageant world is very glam­orous. It’s hard for me to adapt to that be­cause I am some­body who loves to wear sweats and no makeup.

Fit­ness rou­tine?

I lift weights. For me and my body type, it just works bet­ter to build mus­cle.

Cheat meal?

I’m a girl who likes burgers. If I just want to eat some­thing to feel good, full, and happy, Shake Shack is the way to go!

Fa­vorite place for a night out?

LIV. The mu­sic is al­ways re­ally good and there’s [a lot of] space to dance.

Fa­vorite Mi­ami hang­out?

Cran­don Park in Key Bis­cayne. It’s such a quiet, gor­geous beach. I also work there a lot.

Ad­vice to as­pir­ing models?

Show your per­son­al­ity and that you’re a hu­man and not just a coatrack for clothes.

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A cort Laud­erdale na­tive (and fourth run­ner-up in the 2014 Miss USA pageant), Brit­tany Olde­hoff has been mod­el­ing since she was 10 years old and has walked run­ways for Michael hors, wac Posen, and Oscar de la Renta.

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