Standing at 5’3” inches, Alison Bowles may not fit the typical modeling standard, but pursuing a big vision for herself has helped her break barriers in the modeling industry. More than just her beautiful face and well-toned body, her personality and brilliant entrepreneurial mind put her in the limelight as one of the most accomplished women in the influencer world today.
Alison Bowles is a petite international model, aesthetic travel blogger, and entrepreneur. Many may know her as the fiancée of Atlanta Braves’ MLB player Adeiny Hechavarria. With almost 140,000 followers on Instagram alone, the rising influencer showcases new beautiful places weekly on her travel blog WanderinHeels.com and other social media platforms. She works side by side with international tourism boards and hotels. As a content creator, she takes her followers to paradises located in different parts of the world from New York to Paris, Thailand, Cuba, London, Canada, and more. She catches the public eye with her beautiful photos featuring breathtaking beaches, amazing sceneries, and other beautiful spots. With that, she curates preset packs of her photo edits and filters, which are up for purchase. She also publishes travel guides on her blog, making it easier for others who are traveling to the same places she has been.
When not traveling, Alison Bowles keeps herself busy with her modeling projects. She is a successful international model for Maxim under the leading agency MMG New York. Contrary to popular belief that models need to be at least 5’8”, Alison Bowles is going beyond boundaries as a petite model. With her success, she hopes to change the standards by giving petite women a strong representation in the modeling industry. “I want to show other women that industry standards don’t have to stop them from achieving their dreams,” says Alison.
Modeling, blogging, and influencing are not the only things Alison Bowles is spearheading. She is also a rising entrepreneur with multiple business endeavors, including an online boutique Lacy Coe. She is also partnered with Slay Miami, America’s first-ever CBD sports recovery center.
After being diagnosed with skin cancer at only 22 years old, she established YOUv Radiance Charity, a non-profit organization hosting national events to raise skin cancer awareness and provide education on skin cancer and its prevention methods. Despite the challenge that cancer posed on her, Alison Bowles was determined to live her life in the best possible way. She knew that the best way to do so was by turning her dreams into a reality.
In the future, Alison Bowles hopes to grace more magazine covers as an established petite model. She also hopes to take her travel blog to greater heights by traveling to more countries. At present, she takes pride in being an inspiration for people who are going after her goals and ambitions in life. “There is always a way even when it seems impossible,” says the successful model-entrepreneur.
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