Esmeralda has to be one of the most amazing models that I have seen. As an actress, she has wonderful control over her body, but it's the sincere look in her eyes that makes her truly alluring.
She has a real life, she's not a model by profession, and she has retired. Which makes those few sets a true treasure, for they serve as a representation of an extraordinary South American woman.
Esmeralda, a main character in the novel the Hunchback of Notre-Dame, represented a free soul. With perceptive eyes and a priceless pride in the beauty of life. She was the center of attention; people liked her, loathed her, and even tried to have her killed.
I think that this wonderful Argentinian model that we know by the name of Esmeralda shares a lot of those characteristics with the alluringly beautiful Esmeralda of Victor Hugo's classic. She's free, she's wild, and her attitude represents a magnificient respect for her beauty and the power that her freedom bestows upon her. Her grace is a rare form of poetry so powerful that words become superfluous. She has a smile that is a true representation of joy, the joy of being.
She is a real woman, she is from a distant land, and she is amazingly beautiful. I think that we can all learn a lot from her just by perceiving.