Who said models don’t eat? Presenting Aiste Miseviciute, the Lithuanian model, restaurant critic and food writer, here to shatter expectations and sample delicious meals. Aiste spent years traveling the world on modeling assignments and currently lives between Ibiza, Zurich and London. She’s been featured in Vogue, Numero and V magazine and worked with upscale brands like Givenchy, Saks Fifth Avenue and Mulberry. More recently she’s also been tackling film – appearing in the Swedish national TV documentary “Foodies: the Culinary Jetset” and more recently beginning work on her own documentary about exceptional ingredients (see a behind the scenes look on Instagram).
Check out her photos (above) and see the amazing restaurants she’s reviewed on her mouthwatering blog LuxEat. We asked her for a few she’d recommend for the traveling model and she shared her picks for Paris, London and Ibiza.
A bit more about Aiste:
Q: Tell us about how you started modeling, who discovered you?
I was discovered by an Italian modeling agency and moved to Paris just after finishing high school.
Q: Were there shoots, photographers or brands that particularly stood out?
My first visit to Tokyo when I was just 17 years old, and working with creatives like Inez Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.
Q: What inspires you? What gives you strength?
Talented people and the masters of their field.
Q: Do you have any advice for other models?
Modeling is not forever, so enjoy it and take the best from it!
Q: Heels or sneakers?
High heels and flats!