Barbara Fialho (born 22 December 1987) is a Brazilian fashion model who is famous for walking in the 2012 and 2013 Victoria's Secret Fashion Shows. Barbara also has turned her attention to her musical gifts.
Barbara is upholding the long-standing tradition of stunners from Brazil.
Barbara Fialho is from Montes Claros, Minas Gerais, Brazil, which is about 200 miles east of Brasília. Montes Claros is within the southern quarter of Brasilia that produces many top fashion models.
Barbara made her debut in 2004 with a cover on Vogue Italia, a prestigious cover indeed.
In 2005, Barbara walked for Christian Dior, Bottega Veneta, John Galliano, Loewe, Diane von Fürstenberg, Vivienne Westwood, Jeremy Scott and Louis Vuitton.
Her covers include:
- France: 'Numéro'
- Germany: 'Style & Family Tunes 100' - March 2007
- Italy: 'Vogue' - August 2004
- Mexico: 'Esquire' - June 2014
Barbara walked in the Circus, Calendar Girls and Finale at the 2012 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in the 69th Street Armory in New York City.
Barbara also walked in the British Invasion, Parisian Nights and Finale of the 2013 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, also held in New York City.
Barbara Fialho has her own website and posts on Instagram. Barbara remains at the top of the modelling field.
However, modelling is not all that Barbara Fialho does. She has set her sights on a completely new field.
Barbara has become a jazz singer. Well, Brazilian jazz.
Barbara Fialho has played the guitar since she was nine years old, and has studied at Juilliard.
Barbara has a self-titled debut record, "Tercilia." It features Barbara singing in the bossa nova style and playing the guitar. The album was produced by Damon Martin.
Accompanying Barbara on "Tercilia" are Mexican session bassist Abraham Laboriel and Colombian flutist saxophonist Justo Almario.
Barbara sang at the Essence Festival 2016 in New Orleans with Seu Jorge & The Preservation Hall Jazz Band. She has a single in which she duets with Seu Jorge, Samba e Amor.