Herieth Paul Covers Flare Magazine

Tanzanian Model Herieth Paul Covers Flare Magazine, August Issue. Hawt!  See more of the interview and her editorial images below

I learned English through an ESL program at school and the friends I made. I remember walking into class on the first day and a boy and girl sitting beside me asked if I wanted to be their friend. I just nodded because my mom told me, “If you don’t understand something, nod.” By lunchtime, my sister came to see if I was OK, and she said, “How do you have 10 people following you? You don’t even speak their language!”
 Growing up, I always loved putting my outfits together before church, but I never really thought about fashion as a career. I actually wanted to be an actress. When I moved here, I watched Wizards of Waverly Place and told my mom I wanted to be like Selena Gomez. She wasn’t against it because she wanted us to take advantage of all the opportunities we had in Canada. Though she did warn me: “We can try, but you don’t speak the language very well.”She took me to an agency called Angie’s, but because I was so tall and quiet, they assumed I wanted to model. I was too shy to say anything. [MORE]