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WITH LOOKS THAT COULD KILL PLUS AN ART HISTORY DEGREE, ELITE BOMBSHELL ANNIE GUSTAFSSON IS MIAMI’S NEXT TOP MODEL.
With looks that could kill plus an art history degree, Elite bombshell Annie Gustafsson is Miami’s next top model.
How were you discovered?
In the summer of 2011 when I was at Florida International University, I used to go see jazz on South Beach at the Van Dyke Café, which doesn’t exist anymore. That’s where I was discovered by the then-director of Elite Models.
Best part about modeling?
Traveling. Every time I go to a new city for work and I have a free morning or evening, I try to hit a museum.
Who inspires you?
Cara Delevingne. She’s very honest with how she portrays herself; she’s silly and always posting funny faces on Instagram.
If you weren’t a model…
I always thought about becoming an art history professor.
I try and keep it rich in variety. I like kickboxing at Sobe Kick
(1860 West Ave., Miami Beach, 305-397-8484; sobekick.com),
and Flybarre (1919 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, 305-763-8227; flywheelsports.com). I’ve never been as healthy in my entire life as I am now.
I’m vegan, so I love Bunnie Cakes (2322 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, 786-268-9790; bunniecakes.com).
I like the little bites!
Thoughts on social media?
I wouldn’t post anything that I wouldn’t want my mom to see. That’s the rule I live by.
Not only is Miami model Annie Gustafsson a fierce force on camera, the Elite bombshell also holds a degree in art history with minors in fine arts and philosophy from Florida International University. “I love school and could go back any day,” she says. Can you say beauty and brains?