Karina Bik (@karinabnyc)

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In the post-modern women are found working shoulder to shoulder with men. One should applaud the working women in this world who continue to break stereotypes and prove their worth by being successful in whatever they do. There are various professions and opportunities available for women on this planet. Women with their strong determination have been successful in the field of their choice.  One of the attractive professions for women has been modeling. It is a highly tempting profession and is chosen as a line of work by many of them. Fashion modeling is a competitive career, it would not be wrong to say that it is as knackering of a career as it is thriving. To endure this frantic itinerary, physical and mental fitness is of utmost importance. It becomes necessary to have a healthy schedule. There are many prerequisites to become a beautifully simplified model as it is not a child’s play. A model has to be on time for assignments; a model must be open-minded, flexible, and self-reliant at times. Fashion modeling is indeed a glorious field to work in. It is not only elegant but also thrilling. In this connection this article introduces you to a successful model named Karina Bik.  

Karina Bik is a New York-based international fashion model, content creator, and blogger who, has experience in runway shows, film and television, commercials, short films and, catalogs in Europe and United States. Like almost every other woman, Bik has always been passionate about fashion, when she was young she had an obsession with vogue and willingly went with her mother on shopping expeditions for their family’s clothing store. Bik started her career as a model at the juvenile age of 14 and has thereupon, reached many milestones in her career; she has been featured on countrywide television and has become the part of numerous print and digital campaigns for top brands such as Estée Lauder, L’Oreal, Johnson & Johnson, Converse, Unilever, Lancôme, Kiehl’s, Harley Davidson, Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, Pepsi and so on. Bik has also acted in The Following by Fox Television, The Deuce by HBO, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel by Amazon, and numerous commercials for Vaseline, Coca Cola, and Marlboro. Karina has her Master’s degree in International Law and after her graduation, she decided to choose fashion modeling as her profession and in this regard she moved to New York. Upon her arrival in New York, Karina signed with a top-notch agency, Fenton Models.

In addition to this, Bik has been a nominee and winner of beauty contests like Miss Crystal Crown of Russia, Miss Russian Radio, Top Model and Miss Ufa competitions. In the early stage of her career she kept posting her modeled pictures on Instagram, it created happiness and excitement in her heart and she enjoyed generating content about her way of life and engaging with her audience about fashion, vogue, lifestyle, beauty tips, and many more topics. 

Bik met fashion’s leading lights like Christian Louboutin and Giorgio Armani during her trip to Europe in 2017 after which she decided to launch her career as a digital one and since then she has enjoyed every moment of it. She has an elegant yet affable personality that briskly seizes the moment and people’s hearts including major beauty and fashion houses like Revlon, Bulgari, Cover Girl, Givenchy, Dior, Zadig and Voltaire, Revolve, Olay and many more.  Karina is an articulate and creative blogger and content creator on her awe-inspiring website (http://www.karinabnyc.com/ ) where she sensationally writes about fashion, beauty, and travel for her audience to read. More can be learned about this fascinating personality if she is followed on her Instagram account (https://www.instagram.com/karinabnyc/). 

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