“There’s a deep seated spot in my soul that physically hurts when I see hungry people.”
Iman Fandi is a lot of things: Adventurous, goofy, serious, cheeky. She’s a model who advocates diversity, a role model to her peers, a student of psychology, she has empathy and emotional intelligence, and she quotes Bob Marley.
“I think my frankness is quite British. I don’t like confrontation per se, but if you asked me for my opinion, I will give you my opinion.”
“I’m in a healthy, committed and ever growing relationship with myself.” In collaboration with Porcelain.
“My dream now is simply to be the happiest, most peaceful version of me possible, every day.” In collaboration with Porcelain.
” I believe there are many layers of happiness. To me, it is really simple — happiness is just simply being myself.” In collaboration with Porcelain.
“When we are willing to show that we are human and stop trying to appear ‘perfect’, when we open up about our struggles, we might just be helping someone else find strength in their vulnerability.” In collaboration with Porcelain
“I feel that the first step to self love is self awareness. Know yourself and be okay with the person you are… Spend time in the nude more often.” That applies to your face, too.
Managing Director, Porcelain, The Face Spa.