The model turned-event manager has ruled the ramp throughout the 90’s.
Natasha Hussain or Natty can be called a supermodel in the truest form due to her excited personality and strengths.
At 47, Natty understands that modelling is a young woman’s game. According to her, models, like food, tend to get spoiled after a certain age. “There is a lot of hard work, determination, blood, sweat and tears that go into modelling. In our times, we worked really hard to make our mark in the industry.’
She admits that the new generation can be a reason, but it is also a reality that today’s models are not much educated. They should complete their education first in order to communicate better and then work with determination and passion.
She further said that she is unaware about new models but people are much aware about past models because they came from educated families. Carrying a designer’s tag and wearing tight clothes does not make you a supermodel but instead it makes you look like a mediocre.