more than a model: arizona muse

Arizona Muse, what do you stand up for? We ask the American beauty how she's using her platform to change the world.

by Lynette Nylander
23 March 2015, 5:46pm

These are times of great social change and political unrest. With designers like Karl Lagerfeld, Olivier Rousteing and Walter Van Beirendonck using their platform to shed light on what's making the front pages, fashion and its personalities can be a powerful medium to get its audience to dig a bit deeper and question the world around them. Our More Than A Model series highlights the girls who aren't content with just being pretty faces, they are using their platform and influence to focus our attention on causes that matter. First up, a woman who needs no introduction, Arizona Muse….

Arizona Muse.

Where are you from?
Santa Fe, New Mexico.

What issues are close to your heart and why?
Motherhood is close to my heart. I became a mother at a very young age and would like to help other mothers and children.

Why did you get involved?
I think Women for Women International UK is a wonderful charity. Every speech given by its executive director and now friend of mine, Brita Fernandez Schmidt, is so moving it brings tears to my eyes!

What can we do to help?
WFWI holds events throughout the year. I highly recommend purchasing tickets to these very special evenings so the charity can continue its amazing work.

Where can we learn more?

What does the word activism mean to you?
To me, activism means to activate your core passion and use it for the benefit of others.

What would you stand up for?
Fostering and protecting the bond between mothers and their children.


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Text Lynette Nylander

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