The model and girl of the late NBA star partook in her Vogue Excellence Mysteries video that she wears a jewelry that says “Thin,” in light of the fact that it was a nickname her father gave her as a kid. “I want to show you my pieces of jewelry,” Natalia, 19, shares in the video prior to holding them up to the camera. “This is a jewelry that says ‘Thin.’ That was my nickname growing up.
I was simply so eency-teency. All my shirts said thin. I didn’t develop into the pullovers until I was, as, more seasoned. So my father would constantly call me thin.”
She then, at that point, flaunted her different pieces of jewelry, including one from the Mamba and Mambacita Establishment, which is a foundation association established in memory of Kobe and little girl Gianna Bryant, who likewise died in the helicopter crash that killed the Los Angeles Lakers star. “I really wear this emblem with me constantly,” Natalia shares.
“Furthermore, on it, I couldn’t say whether you can see it, yet it says, ‘Devotion makes dreams work out as expected.’ And it’s a statement from my father. So it’s something that I live by.”
Natalia, who marked an agreement with IMG Models last year, has been appearing out at style’s biggest occasions, including the 2021 Met Celebration last September.
She wore a multicolor egg-molded dress by Conner Ives that was going directly to show in the gallery.
Glad mother Vanessa Bryant shared her young lady on Instagram, expressing, “Bringing back preschool drop off sentiments as I send my most memorable born off to her initially Met Function.
The VOGUE group and Anna Wintour selected Natalia this mind boggling dress planned by Conner Ives which will likewise be highlighted in the American Dictionary Show.
Much obliged to you to Instagram, Anna Wintour and VOGUE for facilitating my wonderful Natalia. Exceptional thanks to our glitz team!!!! @nataliabryant ❤️ #ExhibitDress.”
What’s more, however energizing as the night seemed to be, Natalia concedes in her Vogue video posted Dec. 1 that it was likewise nerve-wracking.
“That was my most memorable time going to the Met,” she shares. “I was apprehensive to such an extent that I was in a real sense queasy.
I met Anna [Wintour] and she was so sweet. She’s truly cool. I had the best time and I want to believe that I can go once more.”
However Natalia concedes she needed to be a model well before she got marked, she says she had an “understanding” with her mother that she needed to complete secondary school first.
Thinking back now as an understudy, she’s thankful that her mother set some hard boundaries.
“I’m delighted to such an extent that she made me go through secondary school before I began displaying in light of the fact that demonstrating is a ton of work,” Natalia sincerely shares.
“There’s a great deal of voyaging, there’s a ton of, similar to, pickup shoots. I’m truly sorting out some way to offset displaying with school. It’s been an incredible encounter.”
She playfully says her life once in a while feels like Hannah Montana — she’ll go to a “truly cool shoot” and afterward return to class in the “center of midterms,” giving her a twofold life like the Disney character played by Miley Cyrus. See the remainder of Natalia’s Magnificence Privileged insights on Vogue.com.