Helena Norowicz



Retired actress Helena Norowicz has embarked on a second career: she's become a fashion model at the age of 82. Norowicz is Poland's oldest model. She's now often booked for photo shoots, and even struts the catwalk.
date of birth 14 novembre 1934

Maye Musk

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I began my modeling career when I was 15 years old in Pretoria and Johannesburg. While I worked at modeling, I completed a BS degree in dietetics, had 3 children, then added a Master of Science degree while running a modeling school in the evenings. I worked diligently at my education, never imagining my modeling career would span more than 50 years.
After moving to Toronto at 42, I continued modeling, represented by the Elite Modeling Agency. I then obtained my second MS degree, in Nutritional Sciences, from the University of Toronto, and made time to rewrite the exams to register as a dietitian in Canada and the US. These qualifications and enthusiasm for good health sent me around the world on speaking engagements. My health tips are on www.mayemusk.com. Yes, I love being a busy lady!
By 50 I had moved to New York and my career took on an exciting new energy with major campaigns.
To celebrate my 60th birthday I stopped coloring my hair, cut it short and let my natural silver color shine. The new look brought a major campaign for Virgin America and Joe Fresh, billboards in Times Square, covers of Elle Quebec, New York Magazine, L'Officiel Azerbaijan and Zoomer Magazine, music videos and commercials, and recently the "It Girl" in Vanity Fair.
I love traveling for speaking engagements and modeling jobs. IMG Models represents me worldwide, so my passport and suitcase are always ready.
To increase good health in children, I serve on the LA Board of The Kitchen Community, building vegetable gardens in underserved schools around the country.
I love to say, "At 69, I am only just beginning!"

Luisa delle Piane

Dal 1970 Luisa Delle Piane ha svolto nei suoi spazi espositivi attività di ricerca e commercio nel settore delle arti decorative del ‘900 e del design.
La Galleria Luisa Delle Piane diretta da Luisa Delle Piane è operativa dal 1994, ha ospitato nella sede di Via Giuseppe Giusti una lunga serie di mostre e manifestazioni sul design, l’arte contemporanea, il gioiello e quant’altro nelle tendenze per la casa e il corpo.
La galleria inoltre cura l’edizione e la realizzazione di pezzi d’arredo in esclusiva.

Since 1970 Luisa Della Piane has been a prominent figure in promoting, researching and trading design and art pieces, focussing on art and design from the XX and XXI centuries.Luisa Delle Piane Gallery has been active since 1994, and its spaces of Via Giuseppe Giusti have seen an impressive array of exhibitions and events on topics such as art, design, jewellery and much more on new tendencies for homeware, lifestyle and beauty.The gallery also curates the realisation of exclusive design pieces.


Pia Gronning

Danish born, Pia was the runner-up in the Miss Denmark pageant. While studying education in Copenhagen Pia was discovered in 1974 by the legendary Eileen Ford. She moved to Manhattan that summer and immediately started her modeling career. She travelled all over the world, Japan, South Africa, Europe, Jamaica and many many other places. Pia has graced the pages and covers of many editorial magazines and has been featured in campaigns such as Elizabeth Arden, Charles the Ritz, Dior, Avon and Guy la Roche. Pia has also starred in 3 feature films in Denmark as well as roles in film and TV with a recurrent role in the show “ All My Children”. Pia relocated to sunny Los Angeles in 1986 and started a whole new career as interior designer/decorator. Clients include Julia Louis Dreyfuss, Larry David, writer Carol Leifer, etc. Pia returned to modeling at the age of 52 and moved back to the east coast in 2014. Pia loves being a role model for classic women.


Rita Levi Montalcini

Rita Levi-Montalcini (Torino, 22 aprile 1909Roma, 30 dicembre 2012[2]) è stata una neurologa e senatrice a vita italiana, Premio Nobel per la medicina nel 1986.
Negli anni cinquanta le sue ricerche la portarono alla scoperta e all'identificazione del fattore di accrescimento della fibra nervosa o NGF, scoperta per la quale è stata insignita nel 1986 del premio Nobel per la medicina. Insignita anche di altri premi, è stata la prima donna a essere ammessa alla Pontificia Accademia delle Scienze.[3] Il 1º agosto 2001 è stata nominata senatrice a vita "per aver illustrato la Patria con altissimi meriti nel campo scientifico e sociale".[4][5][6] È stata socia nazionale dell'Accademia dei Lincei per la classe delle scienze fisiche[7] ed è stata socia-fondatrice della Fondazione Idis-Città della Scienza.[8]