A Bikini model who was once a star in the bikini industry says her body is still “on the cutting edge” in the industry.
Bruno Carrera, who is from Buenos Aires, Argentina, was crowned Miss Bikini Model of the Year by the Brazilian Bikini Association (BMA) in 2017.
She also won a BAFTA in 2018 for her modeling work, and the BMA said Carrera was one of its “most influential” female models.
“I am in a great body shape.
I am still a very fit, healthy young woman,” Carrera told ABC News.
She said the BSA is now planning to make the bikini-fitting body a global movement, adding: “I hope that I can be a part of it, so that it will be more accessible to more people.”
Carrera said the idea came from a group of women in her own community who shared their own experience with bikini-fitness.
“I am not a model, I am a body builder,” she said.
The BMA has been trying to encourage more women to embrace the idea of “bikini fitness,” and has been working with celebrities such as Kate Moss, Eva Mendes and Eva Longoria on campaigns.
According to the BPA, the Bikini industry has been around for more than 100 years, with the industry employing more than 13 million people worldwide.
But despite the boom in the number of bikini-clad women in recent years, Carrera pointed out that the bikini trend has also affected women who have no other option.
In addition to the health benefits, Carreras body was “not quite fit,” but she said it still worked for her in other ways.
“My body was always in shape.
It was the only thing I had, it was my only thing,” she told ABCNews.
Her mother, Carmen Carrera Sr., said her daughter wanted to be a model because of her mother’s profession.
It was the way she could see how much she loved her job, her career and her life, Carmen Sr. said.
“She was not afraid to look like a beautiful, attractive, beautiful woman.”