Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova recently put her rustic country home, an 18th century converted watermill in Selham, West Sussex in England on the market for GBP 3 million and this along with her spectacular modelling and courageous defence of her autistic site have made her one of the most popular models in the fashion world (Daily Mail - September 8).
If looking beautiful and being a woman who others try to emulate is not enough motivation to try and be a supermodel like Natalia Vodianova it is possible that the prospect of having a home like that which she put on sale in England may provide sufficient motivation.
Pictures of her country house have entertainment and fashion fans stunned as people are enthralled with its size, beauty and rustic charm. The home has ironically brought more attention to her September 2015 modelling shoots for Vogue Russia and the Etam Lookbook/Catalog as fans examine the body and face that has made her one of the highest paid models in the fashion industry who is able to enjoy such an incredible residence.
In addition to the attention the sale of her home is providing her modelling career she is also receiving much praise for her courageous defence of her autistic sister who was 'kicked out' of a Russian cafe in August (The Hollywood Reporter - August 17).
She is beautiful, rich and outspoken, traits that not only attract attention but make her a person that fans, especially models are likely looking at as a role model.
Natalia Vodianova, a model whose beauty, wealth, and sensational taste in homes is inspiring current and future models to take their efforts to become elite models to new heights so that they might be able to enjoy a similar quality of life.