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  • VICTORIA BRITO

    Blessed with an androgynous beauty and a cheeky personality, Victoria Brito has captivated fashion brands, industry insiders and followers on social media alike, and is quickly becoming one of her generation’s most fascinating fashion personalities. The Brazilian born, Miami-raised stunner began her career as a child model working locally in the south Florida market, while juggling studies in the gifted and advanced programs at her school and dance training at the Miami City Ballet. It was her lifelong love of dance as well as performances in several ballets, including “The Nutcracker”, that contributed to Victoria’s plans to be a professional dancer. However, after being photographed by the legendary Bruce Weber for a W Magazine editorial, she began spending more time in New York and working for publications such as Teen Vogue, Nylon, Surface and Seventeen, and deciding that she could be both a working model and a professional dancer.


     


    Fate had different plans, and after finishing school, Victoria was sidelined by two injuries which effectively ended her dreams of dancing. A move to New York City allowed Victoria to focus on a full-time modeling career, and in no short order her boundless energy and unconventional looks found her on the cover of Glamour, in editorials for French Vogue, L’Uomo Vogue, Allure, Interview, Cosmopolitan and Paper, appearing in campaigns for H&M, Steve Madden and Calvin Klein CK2 fragrance, among others, and as a brand ambassador for international headwear company, New Era.


     


    Having endured bullying while in high school, Victoria has become committed to empowering others through her support of Special Olympics Best Buddies, a global movement to build inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities, and The Ali Forney Center, whose mission is to protect LGBTQ youth from homelessness, while providing them with the skills to live independently.


     


    Next up for this tireless sports fan, is a foray into design—Victoria has partnered with bespoke jewelry company, Pietra, to create the aptly titled capsule collection “Victoria Brito x Pietra” which will debut this winter and in the spring, she will launch a capsule collection of caps for New Era in support of Gay Pride Month. Embracing the mantra, “I speak for what I see. I stand for what I believe. I strive for what I want”, Victoria continues to endear herself to fans across the globe who see her as an inspiration for all to be their authentic selves.

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  • VICTORIA BRITO

    Blessed with an androgynous beauty and a cheeky personality, Victoria Brito has captivated fashion brands, industry insiders and followers on social media alike, and is quickly becoming one of her generation’s most fascinating fashion personalities. The Brazilian born, Miami-raised stunner began her career as a child model working locally in the south Florida market, while juggling studies in the gifted and advanced programs at her school and dance training at the Miami City Ballet. It was her lifelong love of dance as well as performances in several ballets, including “The Nutcracker”, that contributed to Victoria’s plans to be a professional dancer. However, after being photographed by the legendary Bruce Weber for a W Magazine editorial, she began spending more time in New York and working for publications such as Teen Vogue, Nylon, Surface and Seventeen, and deciding that she could be both a working model and a professional dancer.


     


    Fate had different plans, and after finishing school, Victoria was sidelined by two injuries which effectively ended her dreams of dancing. A move to New York City allowed Victoria to focus on a full-time modeling career, and in no short order her boundless energy and unconventional looks found her on the cover of Glamour, in editorials for French Vogue, L’Uomo Vogue, Allure, Interview, Cosmopolitan and Paper, appearing in campaigns for H&M, Steve Madden and Calvin Klein CK2 fragrance, among others, and as a brand ambassador for international headwear company, New Era.


     


    Having endured bullying while in high school, Victoria has become committed to empowering others through her support of Special Olympics Best Buddies, a global movement to build inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities, and The Ali Forney Center, whose mission is to protect LGBTQ youth from homelessness, while providing them with the skills to live independently.


     


    Next up for this tireless sports fan, is a foray into design—Victoria has partnered with bespoke jewelry company, Pietra, to create the aptly titled capsule collection “Victoria Brito x Pietra” which will debut this winter and in the spring, she will launch a capsule collection of caps for New Era in support of Gay Pride Month. Embracing the mantra, “I speak for what I see. I stand for what I believe. I strive for what I want”, Victoria continues to endear herself to fans across the globe who see her as an inspiration for all to be their authentic selves.

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