Who is Myla Dalbesio?
Myla Dalbesio is an American model and performance artist probably known for her editorial role in magazines such as LOVE, Purple, Vogue India, Dazed & Confused, Viva Moda, Elle France and Elle Italia. She started as a plus-size model at 18 for the Ford Modeling Agency. Myla went under the radar when she modeled for Calvin Klein's "Perfectly Fit" underwear campaign which received harsh criticism for labeling it as a "plus-size" model. In addition to modeling, she is also a professional photographer and artist whose works have been published in magazines such as Playboy, HEARTS and P Magazine. Her self-portrait appeared in the first non-naked issue of Playboy in 2016.
Myla Dalbesio was born on June 26, 1987 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America. She is currently 32 years old.
|Birth name||Myla Dalbesio|
|Date of Birth||June 26, 1987|
|Place of birth||Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Age||32 years old|
|Profession||Model, Artist, Writer|
|Ethnicity||Hungarian, German, Scottish, English, Dutch, Italian, Polish|
|Residence||New York City, New York, United States|
Family and education
Myla Dalbesio is the daughter of Nancy (Vasy) and John Anthony DalBesio. She grew up in Racine, Wisconsin. She has two sisters, one of whom runs a dance studio. Her mother died when she was young and neither did her father.
Her paternal grandfather was James Dominic DalBesio, Jr. and her paternal grandmother was Doris Ann Kenyo. Stephen J. "Steve" Vasy and Marjorie Ruth VanBussum were his maternal grandparents.
After graduating from high school, Myla attended and studied fine art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Myla Dalbesio husband
Myla Dalbesio married longtime boyfriend Nathan Hageman in Tulum, Mexico in July 2018. She wore an ornate personalized wedding dress designed by New York designers Sachin & Babi. The couple tied the knot in the middle of 80 guests outside of a beach house in Tulum.
|size||Feet – 5 feet 11 inches
Centimeters – 180 cm
Meters – 1.8m
|Weight||Kilograms – 69 kg
Pounds – 152 lbs
|Hair color||Dark brown|
|Shoe size||9 (US) / 7 (UK)|
|Dress size||10 (US)|
|Distinctive features||Blue eyes with a green tint
Big natural breasts
Although Myla Dalbesio did not appear in feature films, she played in short films including Scratch’n’Sniff (2015), The Models (2019) and Droit au Coeur (Radio-Canada) (2006).
Myla Dalbesio's modeling career began after winning the Miss Wisconsin Teen USA at the age of 16. Girl scout models Jeff and Mary Clarke discovered her during the apparel and tried to launch her as a regular size model.
Despite several attempts on their part, the modeling agents refused to recognize it as a "right" model. Two years later, finally, it was signed by the Ford Modeling Agency as a plus size model (size 10).
The model Sports Illustrated Dalbesio has made editorial shoots for several magazines like Purple, Vogue India, Dazed & Confused, Lui, Bon, Oyster, Twin, Viva Moda, Elle France and Elle Italia. She also honored the covers of Lady, Tush Magazine, Glamor Iceland, Madame, Lifetsyle, Suited, Feeling, among others.
In addition to her brilliant modeling career, Myla also has artistic aspirations. In 2011, she held three performance art exhibitions titled "Homecoming", "Homecoming: Sophomore Year" and "Young Money". "Young Money" consisted of dressing like a stripper, covering herself with fake tanner and champagne, then walking around the Chelsea Art Walk topless as she watched the spectators.
Fortune of Myla Dalbesio
Even though Myla's exact net worth has not yet been publicly disclosed, several sources say the value is between $ 300 million and $ 1 million.
As a swimsuit model, Myla Dalbesio is not afraid to show off her curves in bikinis and swimsuits. She has more than 150,000 Instagram subscribers to whom she offers an overview of her photo shoots, editorials and other photo shoots.
Myla Dalbesio Facts
Dalbesio won the title of Miss Wisconsin Teen USA in 2004 at the age of 16.
In 2014, she was a model for Calvin Klein’s "Perfectly Fit" underwear campaign, which was almost controversial because several media mistakenly called her a "plus size" model.
In 2015, Dalbesio was included in the “Hot List” of Models.com, and she was placed on the Hot 100 list of Maxim magazine the same year.
Myla has appeared in advertising campaigns for H&M, Levis, Abercrombie & Fitch and Coach.
As an avid photographer, Myla photographed herself for a self-portrait story for the first non-naked issue of Playboy in 2016.
His portraits have also appeared in magazines such as HEARTS, 2003 and P Magazine.
In addition to being a model and photographer, Myla is also known as a performance artist. In 2016, she organized an all-female art exhibit titled "You Can Call Me Baby" for the SPRING / BREAK fair in New York.
She has published two art books – Born Rich, which was published in 2013 and Studies of Ecstasy in 2015.
Myla launched her website, "Our Stories, Ourselves" in 2017, which serves as a "non-partisan space where women can share their experiences" in video responses to weekly prompts.
Myla Dalbesio was named one of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit recruits in February 2017 and has since modeled for the magazine.