Dress made by Matija Vuica . Hat made by Aida Novosel
"Gender and fashion should have no boundaries"
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plastic Martyr is an American transgender Model, Actress and singer. Her fierce poses on the red carpets all over Los Angeles are breaking and cutting edge in the Hollywood fashion scene , She has been making headlines for the last few years for her participation in the fight for equality among transgender people.
Dress made by Zell . Ring made by Sambac Jewelry . Neckless made by Reina Africana
We have a the chance to ask this hollywood beauty few questions to get to know her
MW: Tell us about your music, what are your biggest inspirations?
PM: My music is really just my chaotic and overly emotional diary put to a soundtrack. I usually write about real life hurt or past experiences while trying to remain as authentic and real as possible. I also try to word my lyrics in a way that everyone could relate to what I'm saying. My inspiration is life, there is so much that I've experienced and gone through in my short existence on this planet that I draw from those experiences.
MW: You are so beautiful, can you tell us any beauty secrets?
PM: Awe, thank you so much! You made my week with that compliment.
I live a very healthy lifestyle. No drinking alcohol, no cigarettes or hard drugs. I eat very clean and avoid sugar and gluten. Our bodies are our temples and they reflect on the outside how they feel on the inside. Aside from that I became best friends with Botox a long long time ago. I believe in starting young, the younger you start preserving your youth the longer it will last.
MW: you are one of the pioneering transgender women in Hollywood TV and we all saw your appearance on "Little women LA" that was epic, Can you tell us whats was going through your mind at that moment?
PM: Honestly I was just trying not to say or do something I'd regret later. Even though I hit Tonya with my fabulous Italian leather bag I feel I was very reserved and classy in my reaction given what was said to me and how I was being treated.
MW: Can you give advice to up and coming young transgender individuals that want to break out in the Hollywood Industry?
PM: Absolutely, Never EVER give up or allow someone to make you feel like you don't deserve to be here. We are all equals, and the sick people are the ones who don't accept us or allow us to be who we want to be. Those are the people that have something wrong with them.
"So often trans people are ridiculed in this industry and treated like 2nd class citizens. We are beautiful, we are talented and we belong here because we are human beings. Take the rejection and use it as motivation to prove everyone wrong! "