Veronica Varekova

Veronica Varekova
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Veronika Vařeková is a Czech model. Her name in the English language press is often given as Veronica Varekova.

   

A native of Olomouc, Czech Republic, Veronica moved to New York City at the age of 19 to attend the Parsons School of Design. Upon arriving in Manhattan, Veronica met with Next Models at the urging of a close friend, and was signed immediately.

A native of Olomouc, Czech Republic, Veronica

With Next Models, Veronica’s career took off, landing her the covers of Vogue, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, and, the most coveted of all, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

A native of Olomouc, Czech Republic.

Her images, taken by some of the world’s most prestigious photographers, including Patrick Demarchelier, Gilles Bensimon, Ellen Von Unsworth, Greg Kadel and Peter Lindbergh, led to starring in campaigns for Gap, Chanel, Guess, Nivea, Escada, Chopard, Pantene, Ungaro, Patek Philip, Hublot and Victoria’s Secret.

Veronica’s resides in New York City, however, spends time in Prague to be close to family and friends.

Veronica also appeared on a number of TV programs, including guest spots on Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel, CNN, Charlie Rose, Fox and Friends and more.

Veronica’s passions reach beyond the fashion industry as she is an avid painter and involved in the arts.

A successful and talented model, Veronica’s passions reach beyond the fashion industry as she is an avid painter and involved in the arts. She is also an active person, who can often be found on the golf courses, ski slopes, and tennis courts around the world. Veronica’s resides in New York City, however, spends time in Prague to be close to family and friends.

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