“Spread Love, Not Hate” Plus Supermodel Carmina Suzanne Joins Photographer Sil
And, of course, this simply wouldn’t be complete without the participation of plus supermodel Carmina Suzanne. Suzanne Fatta, AKA Carmina Suzanne, is an internationally published agency plus supermodel, as well as the founder and CEO of MODAL Productions, a fashion and music mentor-ship, diversity advocacy, life coaching, and career consulting company.
She explains, “Top plus model and photographer Silvana Denker created the BodyLove project in part to help heal her own body love wounds, but by taking it to 30 cities in Europe, and now the USA, she’s helping women and men of all shapes, sizes, colors and ability levels to love themselves more too! I cannot wait to take part in this campaign in NYC, to literally walk the walk of self-acceptance, body love and healthy balance. I went through many of the same self-hatred issues as women of size in our society, but as a long-time sufferer of multiple chronic diseases (including MS) I also want to show people how much you can achieve with a ‘broken’ body.”
About Carmina Suzanne:
Modeling under the name “Carmina Suzanne,” Ms. Fatta is a rising internationally published agency plus model with Agence Plus Paris and diversity advocate with top designers, magazine and runway credits including 4 magazine covers. She models in Paris, London, NYC, Miami, Venice, LA, as well as in her hometown of Buffalo, NY. She’s the Face of several campaigns with some of the top plus designers such as Serita Bell, Dede Allure, and Ember Lynn Designs, and has even worked as Serena Williams’ fit model at Burberry in London. In addition, in London she managed and produced a number of fashion shows including Curves in Couture, the first plus-only show in British history. Carrying over her passionate diversity advocacy to the US, Carmina Suzanne continues to campaign tirelessly for plus, mature, petite and disabled models of all colors to be treated fairly in fashion.
Suzanne has become one of the most in-demand arts professionals in WNY since her recent return to Buffalo after 5 years in England. As a Contralto, Suzanne sings Bass with the world-famous Vivaldi’s Women choir in Oxford, UK, and pioneers the use of low female voices in opera often taking lead Baritone roles in Baroque operas. Harvard-educated, her Lecture-Recitals (selected by OPERA America as one of the top 15 National Opera Week 2014 events in the nation) are sell-out WNY audience favorites.
Suzanne is an internationally published author with many academic articles, poems, fashion reviews, interviews and more to her credit, including Volup2 Magazine in Paris. Her company MODAL Productions, a fashion and music mentoring firm specializing in diversity advocacy, was founded in 2014. Suzanne is dedicated to mentoring aspiring artists to meet the demands of the business world. Ms. Fatta has degrees from Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music, and Harvard University. She is an active performer in operas, cabaret shows, and other classical music ensembles.
Learn more about Carmina Suzanne at the following links: