Bride groom meet the beer-loving biker making a mint out of modelling WEDDING DRESSES… and it was all his girlfriend’s idea.
Tima Marso likes soccer and motorbike riding, but after encouragement from his girlfriend he also got into modelling wedding gowns.
"The idea I do the wedding dress shoot was my girlfriend’s idea," the 25-year-old guy said. "In fact she pushed me into modelling women’s clothes because of my high cheek bones and long blonde hair. I love how I can pull off the look of a woman and am proud to be an androgynous model."
He's already well on his way to stardom, having rocked dresses and skirts on high-end catwalks - and raking in thousands in the process.
"I grew up wanting to be a rock star and never thought I’d be making thousands were couture and high street women’s outfits," Tima, from Moscow, Russia, said.
His surprising career began when he started dating his make-up artist girlfriend, who prefers not to be identified.
"My girlfriend would take me to her make up jobs for fashion shows, she’d even practice looks on me because my face has an n angular feminine look and it was her who suggested I try modelling," he said.
In 2013 Tima posed for head shots and started working as a male model. Things went well, but it was his partner who got him his big break.
"She’d seen the success of other androgynous male models who did male and female modelling, or only female modelling, and nagged me until I agreed to try out for women’s wear," he said.