Marta Cecchetto

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Marta Cecchetto (born 18 June 1978) is an Italian model.[1]

Biography[edit]

Cecchetto was born in Foligno where she spent her childhood, having interests in music, she played the piano for seven years, sports, horse riding and tennis above all, and dance.

At 14 she started her modeling career after taking part in the Italian edition of "The look of the year" where she met a talent-scout who gave her the opportunity to work in fashion despite the fact that she did not win the contest.

She later moved to the United States and modeled for several brands such as Ungaro, Roberto Cavalli, Valentino, MaxMara, Trussardi, Donna Karan, La Perla, Parah, Just Cavalli and Chiara Boni.

She also appeared on the cover of several magazines, such as Vogue, Gala, Max, Maxim, Donna Moderna, Anna and Marie Claire.

She appeared in several other advertisements such as, H-Q Swiss Made, La coppa del nonno and Mercedes.

In 2006 she was chosen, alongside Vanessa Hessler, Claudia Cedro and Francesca Lancini, to be one of the soubrettes of Festival di Sanremo.[2]

From 2007, when her boyfriend Luca Toni moved to Munich, Germany, she has worked in many German advertisements, such as Nivea's.

In 2008 she started co-hosting, with other models and stylists, a TV program named Modeland on All Music for boys and girls that want to become models.[3]

On 1 June 2012 she was supposed to welcome her first child with Luca Toni, but the baby was stillborn.

On 20 June 2013 she gave the birth to her first baby girl, "Bianca".[4]

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