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 A Vogue girl, a cosmopolitan model, an aristocratic beauty...Karina Ross is a presence of a fantastic world in our world. Thanks you so much for your Instawalk with Aris Moskov!











AM:Which part of your personality express with modeling?

KR:Definitely a romantic part of me. I love to feel and collect the beauty, often and often I see it in very tiny little details, love to constantly inspire by it. It makes me want to become a better person every single day.
And there's no other way around, when I'm just as lucky to be surrounded by such an amazing people, real personalities. I'm lucky, I meet people so much alike me, with the same perception on certain things, who had similar dreams and hopes, that's exactly what truly amazes me and makes me feel like I'm not alone, and it's really possible, one day dreams will come true.
AM:Fashion and Art. What do these words mean to you? 
KR:It's now inseparable parts of a beauty world, nowadays one doesn't exists without another. I mean, did u see new collaboration of Louis Vuitton and Jeff Koons? I don't think Mona Lisa would enjoy this whole thing. What if she prefers Prada?
AM: How much social media (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat) is promoting a young model to become internationally recognized?
KR: It's all about social media now, it plays a huge role in everyday life, especially for people in fashion, including models.
It's all about how many followers you have on Instagram, who's your new Facebook friend, who re-posted your tweet and what's your Snapchat score. Let's take a closer look at Instagram particularly.
I'd say, it's an illusion of something beautiful, wonderful and exciting that "happens to you everyday". 
We only go to the best restaurants, doing the most luxurious shopping, always look stunning. You're the creator, and it's your call, what to show and what is better to hide. It's also an illusion for oneself, not only for followers. We're living life we truly want to have, making accents on the best aspects, and lining out imperfect.
It can be really helpful for a young model, if managed well, and if there's no fear of loosing some time on taking a "perfect" picture, instead of actually enjoying the view.
Lines between things for public eye and something really personal, almost sacred, are blurred and washed off on Instagram.
I'm not saying it's good or bad, right or wrong, but it's just not for everyone, it's a really hard work to be a successful instagram model, blogger, personality, not everyone can do it good, but I assure you, it pays off.
AM: Your dreams for the future ?
KR:I prefer not to talk about my dreams out loud, but I'll be honest with you, it's mostly about my personal life, not my career, and it's more about getting to the point when I'm completely happy with everything about myself.
If we talk about career, I'd much rather move into acting direction, rather than stay in modeling, as I already have a good experience in front of the camera, and greatest curiosity about the process, I'd love to give it a try. It's a huge responsibility and so much hard work, but it's such an amazing thing to me, that everything seems worth it.
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