Nataly Correa is a Colombian model born in Cartagena who began her career at 12 years of age as a youth model in one of the best agencies in Medellin. With great success as a model and representing some of the most important firms in the country, at age 15, thanks to her recognition, she was chosen for the cover of SoHo Magazine, one of the most prestigious magazines in Colombia. The cover caused a big controversy, since never before had a minor model been photographed for that magazine. This controversy got to the point that the president of the country at that time had to take part.

Later, Correa was hired by some of the best national magazines like Don Juan, Shock and En Forma. The model had international and national proposals in television shows and major events such as FTV, Fashion Colombia, Mercedes-Benz Playa del Carmen and Peninsula Fashion. In the proceeding years, new proposals emerged for her to work as an actress, and she moved to Spain to undertake a theatre course with the great maestro Juan Carlos Corazza.

Later on, the Colombian model decided to take a break from her career to become a mum. After having two beautiful kids, Correa is back stronger than ever. In its June-July issue, she is the cover of L’Officiel magazine. Correa is a prime example of a powerful hardworking woman who does not let anything stop her. She has also amassed a significant footprint on Instagram, with more than 100 thousand followers.

L’Officiel is a luxury, fashion, beauty and lifestyle international magazine, published in over 70 countries. Founded in 1921, it is a pioneer in French fashion media. Today, L’Officiel is the lead voice when it comes to French elegance, couture and lifestyle. Its playful tone makes the magazine unique in the fashion world.

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