Solveiga Mykolaityte is an eminent Lithuanian actress and supermodel who has been remembered for various top fashion magazines like Vogue, FHM, Grazia, Elle, and L’Officiel. She has moreover worked with well-known fashion designers like Naeem Khan, Alexander McQueen, etc.
Mykolaityte was imagined and brought up in a small town in Lithuania. She stood up to various troubles and expected to fight a lot around the beginning of her job. At 15 years of age years, she went to her initially showing audition yet was excused due to her exorbitantly athletic figure.
In light of her strong affirmation and focus on her professional dream, she is as of now the one of the most sought-after models from Lithuania. She has done modeling photoshoots and fashion shows in various fashion capitals all throughout the world such as Milan, New York, Paris, London, Rome, Copenhagen, Berlin, Madrid, and Morocco.
She has furthermore done acting in a couple of Russian and Lithuanian movies. Mykolaityte has proceeded onward from a sports school in Lithuania and has done courses in Athletics, Theater, and Acting. She has done diverse fashion shows and beauty pageants during the start of her job and has moreover worked as an event manager for an acclaimed events company in Lithuania.
At 19 years of age, she decided to make her first master photo meeting. She is so strong as an individual and was so focused on her target. However, beating all the odds, she went on her first trip to Milan to begin her journey and, after that, moved to New York where there was no going back.
After this, she came up as an empowered supermodel of the new age. From her humble beginnings to transforming into a determined model is so inspiring to young people. She believes that life is not complete without challenges and retribution.
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