Naked for Naked
Isabella Gimenez was offered a job at her dream agency, Naked Brasil just three hours after starting a simple a campaign that convinced others to pose naked.
Last year, Isabella Gimenez landed her dream role at Naked Brasil. At a time when they weren't hiring, Isa not only managed to get a job but was also able to create her own position. How did she do it? By taking her clothes off, of course.
"It was a very risky idea, could be great or a total disaster."
Knowing she wanted to work at Naked Brasil, Isa quit a job in order to take a one week position managing a Tumblr for the agency. "I quit the job I had in the São Paulo agency I was working in that was paying my bills and accepted this one week at Naked with no money or hiring guarantees."
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