As a child, she would sneak into a restaurant and eat the dishes before going home, she told Business Insider.
And now, she has a website dedicated to documenting her love of the food.
“My favorite thing to do when I’m not eating is just to stare at spaghetti models,” said Mandy, who also is the founder of the Mandy Model Group.
“I’ve never seen a more gorgeous, flawless woman.
She looks like a supermodel.”
According to the New York Post, she also modeled for the magazine in the 1980s and the 90s.
In 2012, the model was asked by a modeling agency to pose for a picture with the president of China, but the agency said that she would not be allowed to pose in front of the country’s leader.
She said she felt like the Chinese government was punishing her for criticizing the Chinese Communist Party.
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But Mandy says she didn’t start her modeling career until a few years ago.
She was looking for a way to break into the fashion industry, and found it by visiting a local department store and purchasing a few of the models that had just arrived.
“I thought, ‘Oh my God, I’m going to go to this department store with this gorgeous model, and she’s going to be like, ‘Hi, this is me, I just got here from China and I have to wear this dress,'” she said.
The model said that as a model, it was important to be creative with her appearance.
“That was what I wanted to do,” she said, “because if I was in a dress, it wasn’t going to fit me.
If I was wearing a dress and I couldn’t move my legs, it wouldn’t be flattering.
If my body was perfect, it would be not flattering.”
She said that when she saw the outfits being worn by other models at the store, she knew that she wanted to be the next one.
It was around this time that Mandy also began modeling professionally.
She started modeling professionally in 2014, with a model portfolio that includes outfits for Macy’s, Zara, Bloomingdale’s, and more.
In 2015, she went on to appear on the cover of Vanity Fair for a shoot for the cover story on fashion in China.