With summer winding down and the last few days of heat and humidity being numbered, fall is right around the corner as the temperatures will begin to drop.
As summer is still here, now is the time to take that last dip into the pool, enjoy a nice clear day and enjoy the season. One other element of summer that is left to enjoy is some of the beautiful women that seem to come out of the woodwork.
Whether it is at the pool, beach or even just the neighborhood, sun-kissed bikini-clad women are abound looking to get fit while looking good.
One of those women being the California-born Kathrine Haus.
Thanks to an eye-catching figure and curves for days, the 23-year-old Haus is one of the hottest up-and-coming glamor models today.
The recently-minted August cover girl of glamour and nude art magazine, Soft Magazine; Haus has modeled on Instagram for swimwear companies such as Get Swimwear, Bikinima and other brands such as wheels company American Force Wheels, fitness and supplement brand TFSupplements and most recently for Houston-based, Czech-born fashion designer Tereza Suessman.
Below is a Q and A with the lovely Ms. Haus as we discuss modeling, Instagram and how to stay in shape for fall!
Name: Kathrine Haus
Birthplace: Fort Erwin, California
Measurements: Under Bust: 28in, Bust: 31in, Waist: 26.5in, Hips: 34
R.C. What brands have you modeled for? Which one do you enjoy modeling for the most?
K.H. I have modeled for a lot of Instagram apparel companies in the last year and a half of modeling. In the last few months, I have been blessed to start modeling for American Force Wheels. I am an American Force Girl, and I happily get to go to events, model their apparel and with their awesome products. I also model for a few swimwear companies; Get Swimwear, Bikinima Swimwear, and Forever Young Swimwear. Last but not least, I have modeled some of Tereza Suessman Designs.
R.C. Where has been your favorite place to shoot?
K.H. My favorite place that I have modeled would have to be Vine Street Rental Studio. The studio is over 10,000 square feet. It was an amazing experience.
R.C. What is the most exciting aspect of modeling?
K.H. The most exciting aspect of modeling? I would have to say the chance to get all glammed up and working with amazing people within the industry. I have met some amazing people, and those amazing people have become very good friends of mine.
When I am not modeling, I don’t wear makeup, and I dress comfortable so the moment I get to wear an amazing gown or gorgeous bikini I am so excited. This has been a dream of mine since I was little and it’s amazing how my dreams are coming true.
R.C. With fall right around the corner, what tips and trends do you have for looking good when the temperature drops?
K.H. I honestly am not the greatest when it comes to picking out clothes. I usually have someone come with me or find outfits online that I like and try to find styles similar. I love looking fashionable, but I’m not the person to ask when it comes to that, unfortunately.
R.C. Within the industry, who is your inspiration?
K.H. When is started modeling I wanted to be a fitness model so first, my inspiration was Emily Skye. After that, I haven’t had an inspiration. In this industry, I have found people who inspire each other to keep going, and I love it that way.
R.C. What is your secret to staying in shape?
K.H. “Staying in shape is not easy. I have my good days and bad days. Mainly I watch what I eat and try to go to the gym 3-5 times a week. When I first started modeling, I was a fitness junkie and was at the gym seven days a week, but as life continued my modeling picked up and I stopped going to the gym as much.
People try to make it look easy, but it is harder than you think. Plus, I have an obsession with Oreos and have to have a few every day!”
R.C. Outside of modeling, what are your hobbies?
K.H. “I am a car/jeep/truck enthusiast. I love going to car shows, races, and events. I also love outdoor activities like camping, hiking, hunting, and fishing. If my weekends weren’t full with modeling, I would be on the shore line or boat fishing the day away. But I love what I do now and wouldn’t change anything about it.”
Sports question: Who are your favorite teams and clubs
K.H. “I am not big into sports. Never really have been.”
R.C. What advice would you give to those hoping to enter the world of modeling?
K.H. “In this industry, it’s all about networking. Networking, networking, networking. I can’t stress that enough. If you sit at your home doing shoots with the same photographer and not reach out to work with new people, you won’t get anywhere.
When I started, I did my first shoot with the first photographer that said he would shoot me. That was a big mistake. Always research the photographer you are shooting with. Talk to other models that have worked with him/her and hear about their experience. Also, don’t EVER do anything you are not comfortable with.
If a photographer pushes you to do something you don’t want to do and they won’t listen, stop what you are doing and leave. It’s not worth it. You also can’t see every other model as a threat to you. It’s about friendship and having people who believe in you.
I have amazing friends that are models that are going for the same dreams I am, and we encourage each other to reach them. Last but not least; if you want it you have to work for it. The more effort and time you put into it the more, you will grow.”
Special thanks to Kathrine Haus for her time during the interview, Images are used with permission. Follow her on Instagram at @KATHRINE_HAUS.