Isabella Hochkeppel

Background

Hello and welcome to my world. My name is Izabella and I grew up in Warsaw, Poland. I attended the University of Warsaw where I received a bachelor's degree in Journalism and English Literature and a minor in Dance. Ever since I remember, sports and fitness have always been a big part of my life.

I grew up in a family of professional athletes. My mom and dad were competitive figure skaters so from a very early age I became regular at the Warsaw Ice Skating Rink where I was watching my parents perform on the ice. I got my first pair of skates when I was only four and soon started competing in various national venues. I became the Poland Junior Champion at the age of twelve. Followed was the bronze medal that I captured at the European Junior Figure Skating Championships. Unfortunately, a severe knee injury prevented me from pursuing my life passion and dream of becoming a World Champion.

However, this did not stop me from seeking other forms of expressing myself through art. Thanks to encouragement of my mother, I enrolled in a modeling school and soon I was taking on local modeling jobs and attending modeling conventions. Slender and tall at 5'10", with baby blue eyes and wavy dark brown hair, I strutted down the catwalks for various designers not only in my native Poland but also in France, Italy and Spain. I briefly moved back to Warsaw to finish my degree and shortly after graduation I left for New York where I have been residing ever since.

Besides being a, currently I also work as a wardrobe stylist and a fashion consultant. I have several exciting ideas for the future and starting a make-up line is only one of them. Also, this July I will be competing in my first Figure Show.

www.izabellabody.net Height: 5'10"
Weight: 140 lbs
Bust: 38
Waist: 28
Hips: 38
Hair: Dark Brown
Eyes: Blue


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