A 59-year-old grandmother of two, Yasmina Rossi. Even after being a grandmother of two she does a job which you can't believe. She is the most successful international model.
And if, if you still can't believe it, there is a story about her. Let's scroll down and know more about her.
She was brought up by his grandparents in rural France and there was no electricity or water. And this all brought her closer to nature. "There is no big secret," she told the Sunday Times' Style magazine. "All I have ever done is eat organic food – long before it became trendy. I take oil and use it on my skin: I put rapeseed oil on my hair. I scrub my skin once a week with olive oil and fine sugar. I eat an avocado a day and good organic meat and fish."
Rossi started his career when most of the models end. She started in the age of 30 and she got a big break at the age of 45. Today, she is a successful model.
"Most models are starting to retire, for houses such as YSL, Hermès and Jil Sander. Then, at 45, I went to New York, where there was a market for older models that did not exist in Europe. I did TV commercials for AT&T, Mastercard and Macy's," she told the Sunday Times. "Mature women are discouraged from feeling young at heart and it is a shame because it can suppress you if you have a young energy, which is connected to your youthfulness. In my opinion this is what keeps us alive," she told Complexd magazine. "Being in touch with your youth does not mean dressing like you're 15 years old. It is about rekindling that spirit, curiosity and adventurous nature you had when you were much younger."
She recently posted her topless photo on Instagram. She says "I am not embarrassed by my naked body and I don't feel ashamed of it because I grew up around women who felt comfortable being naked even at ages 70-80."
"I like the way I look now more than how I looked 20 years ago. My body is nicer and I feel happier than when I was 20," she says. "I used to hate my body when I was younger because I developed very early and wasn't sure how to deal with my womanly figure. Her best advice: "Go with nature instead of fighting it - this is the rule for everything."