Xenia Deli

Xenia Deli1Xenia Deli was born in the former Soviet state of Moldova (south of the Ukraine) on October 27, 1989. Her measurements are 32-22-33. She is sometimes credited as Ksenia Dell. She grew up in a small town, Bessarabka, in the south of Moldova.

Her nickname is “Ribka,” which means ‘little fish’ in Russian, and it is what her boyfriend used to contact her since she took long baths. Xenia said the first person to shoot her picture and attended modeling school was photographer Alexander Ustinov. Until well-known photographer Gavin O’Neill encouraged her to shoot, from that point, Xenia got modeling jobs that were smaller. (Gavin has worked with magazines like Vogue, Vanity Fair, Cosmo, GQ and Maxim). Together with her newfound exposure, she created a splash within the modeling world.

Xenia Deli has actually appeared about the covers of South African FHM, Spanish FHM and South African Sports Illustrated, amongst others. She’s also made for Bare Necessities, Frederickis of Hollywood and Beach Bunny Swimwear (after she gained their 2011 model search.).

xenia-deli-4Xenia stated one of the most fun she’d on the photo shoot was “with Gavin O’Neill in Los Angeles. It was so interesting as it absolutely was my first actual shoot… I was feeling so anxious about anything…and that I thought so much adrenaline, like I was really going to leap from a plane or something.”

Her favourite city on the planet is Venice because “there’s really so much history and romance. I truly felt like I was returning in time once I had been there.” Xenia’s secret to experience hot is “I dance a great deal. I really like dance, it makes me feel fantastic, and hot, as well as keeps me in shape.” She disclosed her notion of perfect happiness is “peace in my loved ones, in my head and spirit.” And if Xenia ever composed a memoir, she’d title it “From Russia with Love.” Eventually, she named Irina Shayk as her favourite Beach Bunny design.



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