In 2006, when 16 years old, Flavia Lucini emerged on the international scene when she performed in her first fashion show, for the designer Jil Sander during Milan Fashion Week.
She posed for the British and American Vogue, one of the lasts jobs made by Patrick Demarchelier, recognized for being one of the main collaborators of the Publisher Condé Nast publications, working mostly for the American, British and Chinese Vogue Magazine, as well as advertising campaigns for Calvin Klein, Carolina Herrera and other brands.
Flavia’s first cover magazine was made by the Bulgarian photographer Eliana Kechicheva, for Jalouse. Soon following came her first adversiting campaign for Missoni Sport.
Lucini was discovered by a scout who saw her driving a tractor.
Her first job as a model was a bikini featurefor Vogue Brazil, posing for Bob Wolfenson.
Flávia Lucini was born on 21 March 1989 in Francisco Beltrão, 315 miles from Curitiba, state of Paraná. She grew up in Barra Grande district with about 400 inhabitants, located in Itapejara d’Oeste, also in Paraná.