Cintia Dicker is a model from Brazil. She was born on December 6, 1986. Her birthplace is Campo Bom, Rio Grande do Sul. She has a very distinct look with freckles, pouty lips, blue eyes and natural red hair. A fun fact about her is that she never dyed her hair since she began her modeling career, but she really wishes to dye it in another color.
2001 marks the year when Cintia Dicker was discovered while she was hanging around at a local mall. Since then she became known for her work as a swimsuit model for Sports Illustrated magazine in which she appeared for several consecutive years. Beauty companies such as L’Oreal Paris chose her for their campaigns. She also got to walk for Gucci, Anna Sui, Peter Som, Matthew Williamson, Lanvin, and Dolce &Gabbana. Appearing in different editorials is a common thing for this Brazilian beauty. Brazilian Vogue and Brazilian Teen featured her in several editorials.
Although Cintia Dicker was born in Brazil, she moved to New York when she was 15. In 2004, she appears on Fashion TV, talking about her dreams and the fact that she misses home. In January of the same year, her picture is published on the cover of Italian Glamour. A month later, she walks for Benjamin Cho, Badgley Mischka, and J. Mendel shows. In addition, she travels in Milan and Paris in September 2004 because she models for Anna Sui, Diane von Furstenberg, Dolce &Gabbana, and Gucci, Hermès, and Lanvin shows. Among the photographers she collaborates with during the same year are Craig McDean, Christophe Kutner, and Magnus Unnar. The list continues in 2005 with David Bellemere, Lorenzo Bringheli, Kate Orne and many others. Her trips to Milan, Paris and back in New York continue with the occasion of Derek Lam, Salvatore Ferragamo, Bottega Veneta, Moschino, Viktor & Rolf, Betsey Johnson, Tommy Hilfiger, Anna Molinari, DSquared2, and Just Cavalli shows.
2006 brings a new collaboration for Cintia Dicker with L’Oreal. During shootings, she talks about what are the perks of the modeling life. During the same year, she Appears in an Allure editorial and focuses on her L’Oreal commercials. In 2007, she walks for Betsey Johnson and Bill Blass shows in New York. She returns in 2008 to walk for Betsey Johnson again. Another achievement of hers is to feature Louis Vuitton in Japanese Vogue. Cintia Dicker continues to stay active and be published in numerous magazines, as well as in Sports Illustrated magazine including in 2013. Italian Vogue, Glamour, and Lula are among the other magazines which printed photographs with this Brazilian model.
Cintia Dicker is no longer single. Since September 2010 she is a married woman. Her husband’s name is Rafael Lazzini. She wants to have children, but that is only a plan so far. She is a spiritual person who meditates and wants to have a bed and breakfast business after she retires from modeling.