Itu Nuola

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    Itu Nuola

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    Agencies:
    Models Rock Agency (Mother Agency)
    IMG Paris
    Wonderwall Management (Milan)
    Linden Staub (London)
    Sight Management Studio (Barcelona)
    MGM Models (Hamburg)

    Stats:
    Height: 5'11
    Bust: 30''
    Waist: 23''
    Hips: 35''
    Shoes: 41
    Hair: Brown
    Eyes: Brown
    Nationality: Dutch

    Socials:

    @itu_nuola


     
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    From Models.com Daily Duo
    Who:
    Itu Nuola, 180 cm / 5’11”, Dutch, born January 16th.

    Where: Models Rock Agency (Heerlen – mother agency), IMG Paris (), Wonderwall Management (Milan), Linden Staub (London), Sight Management Studio (Barcelona), MGM Models (Hamburg)

    — The most interesting thing about your family?
    When I was 4 years old my parents decided to move us all—myself, my 2 older sisters and my younger brother—to Nigeria. They were missionaries there for 7/8 years, so I pretty much grew up there. My father is a pastor and during the years we lived in Nigeria my parents lead a church in Lagos next to also having a rehabilitation center, ‘men and women empowerment’ gatherings and a foundation for the in-need. Growing up in Nigeria things were quite different than The Netherlands, where I was born. Yes, the obvious difference like the lack of stable electricity and water supply made life a bit tiring sometimes but growing up there, especially now that I can look back, life was full of LIFE, full of passion, a sense of community and family, collectiveness. It never truly lacked what life is really about and what we all truly need in the end. Growing up I was involved in the church a lot, I also remember a lot of events where we all whole stay up the night before wrapping up food packages to hand out at an event where thousands of people would show up to. A lot of these things made me into the woman I am today. My parents are the people I look up to and they have inspired me to make a TRUE difference in the world we live in because in the end that is the only thing that can bring any sort of happiness, satisfaction and/or fulfillment.

    — Something you are self-conscious about:
    Everything! Lol, not a lot of people know but since I can remember I have struggled with anxiety and I still do. This year I decided to open up about it to some people close to me and it helped a lot, I decided I wanted to start talking about it more with people and what it actually is, what it’s like and how to cope with it. Not only has that helped me a lot already but also the people around me and others that struggle with the same things.

    — What are three interesting facts about you?
    1. I danced ballet for 5 years growing up.
    2. I’ve always loved to sing and when I was younger I would write my own poems and songs/raps. (Which were actually quite good looking at it now!).
    3. I first attended a Lebanese community school in Lagos for about 4 years and then we were homeschooled for about 3/4 years. We had American homeschooling.
     

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