Lidia Bahadori, a Canadian with an Iranian and European background, caters for the Bomber Stadium and has taken photos for Wearable Therapy. But her dedication to the community has shined through, as the 22 year old modeled some of our clothing. The 5’6″ jill-of-all-trades showed off her trademark fierce look as she raised awareness for important social issues in our WT gear.
What size are you?
Where are you from?
I’m from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Was this your first modeling opportunity? And if it was your first, were you nervous/excited/anxious? (Please explain your feelings before the photo session).
I have modeled before for local photographers and worked as a promotional model but this is my first catalogue modeling opportunity. I can honestly say I am very excited for this opportunity.
Are you a professional model or is this a hobby?
I recently started to work professionally for a couple promotional modeling companies. Other than that, it’s been a hobby to model for friends and even for myself when I’m the photographer.
If it wasn’t your first photo shoot- What was your journey to becoming a Model?
My journey started with my interest in fashion that came alive when I was a teenager, I started modeling for local photographers and I really enjoyed it. Now, I am signed with a couple of companies mainly working as a promotional model.
How do you prepare for a photo shoot?
I decide what kind of style I want to go for and first prepare my make up, then hair, and after that I choose a few outfits that would be fitting.
What style of fashions do you prefer to pose in?
I like alternative looks, edgy, vibrant- much like Wearable Therapy!
Where can our customers find you or your work online?
I am working on making a page for my modeling, but I post all my albums on Instagram, so I’d encourage customers to follow me: @lidsbahadori