The Australian Women's Weekly. New Zealand Woman's Weekly. After doing a few small jobs here in New Zealand, Teresa made the big move to the US where her career has gone from strength to strength! We chat to the New York-based model and aspiring actress about her favourite Kiwi spots, career highlights and what booking Sports Illustrated would mean for her. Teresa: I was scouted on the street shopping in Auckland by 62 Model Agency and did small jobs while in high school in New Zealand. Then a model scout from the USA came and wanted me to come for a two-month season in my school holidays and I did so well in the US and European markets which I am so grateful for!
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Elizabeth Nahu, 14, of Wellington, shares what matters most to her. The media-saturated world of today is dominated by pictures of women who fit certain standards of beauty. Girls are confronted with certain body types, flawless skin and perfect hair wherever they look. In our survey, 61 per cent of girls believed there should be a more diverse range of body types in the media. Think about the last time you saw a woman on television that wasn't skinny, or had a pimple. In fact, 45 per cent of girls who answered the survey felt that there is a lot of pressure on girls to look a certain way. Many girls are still adhering to these standards, despite feeling there is too much pressure. Girls won't post pictures of themselves on social media if they don't think it reaches a certain standard of beauty, because they are sure they will be judged.
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