Supermodel Savannah

Supermodel Savannah

This fierce fashionista is Savannah.

We’ve got to know her through our Facebook Group (LB Conversations) as a smart, sassy and cheeky woman who knows her own style.

We believe that word ‘impossible’ doesn’t exist in Savanna’s dictionary. She is a published writer, mother, grandmother and now also Leina Broughton Supermodel. Today we’re catching up with her to ask her few questions about her Supermodel photo shoot experience and love of Australian fashion.

Can you tell us a bit about yourself?

I am divorced, a mother, and grandmother to two grandsons William 9 and Charlie 7, and a granddaughter Evelyn nearly 5 months old. I retired from Corporate life as a Customer Service Manager in March 2017. I am a Published Author, the Leader of the Melbourne Romance Writers Guild, and a member of Romance Writers of Australia. My book 'From Paris To Forever' was released in 2017. My new book 'The Class Reunion' is due to be released in December 2018.

If you could be a book heroine, which one would you be and why?

If I could be a book heroine, I would be a feisty one. A 'take no prisoners' kind of character. A woman who knows what she wants, and what she has to do to achieve her goals. I would be a lover of all things creative. I would want a strong supportive hero by my side, and an excellent lover.

What was your favourite moment of today’s photo shoot?

 

Can you share your recipe for being exceptional?

I do not think I am exceptional. I think I am unique, as there is no one quite like Savannah Blaize. I love meeting and connecting with people. Love their stories, and as an author I find people fascinating. I think my recipe for having a good and rewarding life is to embrace opportunities that come along. Live your life and enjoy every experience if you can. Grow and learn from the bad ones.

How does fashion reflect your personality?

Fashion reflects my personality in many ways. I am a happy person, and I am known for my wide smile, especial when wearing beautiful clothes. I wear flowers in my hair when I am dressed to leave the house. It is a fact that now that I only wear Leina Broughton designs. All the Australian authors know that this is my signature style. LB, plus flowers in my hair.