Like such a significant number of present day ladies, the principal thing Theresa Hayes does when she awakens in her Bushwick, Brooklyn, level, is check her Instagram. The 23-year-old model, who portrays her style as “boyishly chic,” flies on a most loved outfit—possibly those armed force pants she discovered as of late in London (at long last, a couple that weren’t too huge!) and begins her super-fast excellence schedule, which depends vigorously on coconut oil.”I utilize it for my face,” she clarifies, “and to influence my hair to sparkle.” The oil even does twofold obligation in the kitchen—Hayes is an eager cook, currently scanning for veggie lover formulas.
Growing up, there were individuals who revealed to her that she ought to think about demonstrating, however there were a lot of other people who prodded her about being excessively thin. Be that as it may, instilled with her New Yorker can-do soul—Hayes is a glad little girl of Brooklyn—she got a couple of little displaying employments, at that point chose to visit a portion of the real offices all alone. “I just idea, Why not?” she shrugs.
For what reason not, for sure? In what appears like the squint of an eye—or the time it takes to bubble up a cluster of veggie lover noodles — Hayes was headed to Paris to walk the Louis Vuitton runway. (Despite everything she recollects her first look at the Eiffel Tower, and what American in Paris does not?) She knows that she follows in popular strides. Hayes credits Naomi Campbell, a good example she discusses in respectful tones, as somebody who “extremely made ready for dark ladies in the business.”
As it were, Hayes’ double character—brought up in New York City, however captivated by the capitals of Europe—is reflected in her Louis Vuitton Capucines sack, a cherry-red bag of the finest crocodile that can be depicted as two packs in one: With its fold outside, it displays an inconspicuous version of Louis Vuitton’s Monogram-enlivened blossom; when the fold is concealed, the new LV signature has the focal point of the audience.