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Canadian model Aurora Vaillantcourt is this week's featured model and interview at men's lifestyle site

Beautiful Canadian model Aurora Vaillantcourt uses her time between modeling assignments to create her own cosmetics and perfumes and plans to create her own cosmetics line.

The 21-year-old beauty from Toronto appears at this week courtesy of content partners at Mystique Magazine. Aurora talks to Savvy about scents, her photo-shoot and her first film role.

"When it comes to perfumes, I like warm sensual scents like vanilla and gardenia," she tells Savvy. "Also, scents that remind me of nice things... like vacations, moments in time, people I've met... The best perfumes are made from real oils, not fake fragrances."

Aurora got her start modeling after a small town photographer saw potential in her.

"I've been modeling since I was 18. I owe a lot to genetics, and I realized I was good at modeling. But as a teen, I wasn't allowed to have boyfriends or go out, my mother raised me religiously."

Mystique shot her photo shoot last year in St. Lucia and in Texas.

"Mark Daughn from Mystique is awesome. He's friendly, doesn't make me shy and there's no pressure working with him. He makes you feel confident, which makes for great photos. I've done artistic and fashion nudes for other photographers, but no magazines. I think nudity can be tasteful, but I'd never do Penthouse or Hustler."

Aurora said she is not one to party.

"I don't smoke or do drugs; I'm actually quite boring. I'm a home-body. I watch a lot of movies, at least three a week. I love David Lynch's Blue Velvet. It makes me laugh. I'd love to meet Dennis Hopper."

Does she like bad boys like Hopper? "Actually I like shy, quiet, nerdy guys who are genuinely nice people. I'm not into the GQ model types, and I don't like guys who obviously think too highly of themselves. Money isn't hugely important. I'm not a big mushy romantic either."

Despite her sex symbol status, Aurora claims that she doesn't get much attention from men.

"I don't dress sexy during the day. I wear glasses and simple clothing and look like a librarian. The normal guys are always too shy to approach me. Only the overconfident ones do. If a guy thinks a girl is nice, he should go up to her and say hi, tell her she has a nice smile, whatever... just be normal and friendly. Be charming by being yourself, that's what a girl likes. Also, guys, don't get her phone number, give her your number. I'd never give my phone number to a stranger, no matter how good looking he is."

A lot has been made of the fact that most models are thin when most women are not, so does she feel any pressure to stay skinny?

"There are more obese people in North America than thin. I don't starve myself, I'm naturally thin because I eat right. I think if more people ate better, there would be less obesity," she said.

Aurora is making the most of her youth, health and good fitness.

"In 5 years, I'd like to have a house bought and paid off. I plan on taking a marketing and business course for my cosmetics, but I'm modeling while I can."

Meanwhile, she plays the lead in "Sweet Karma", a new revenge thriller about the underground sex trade in Toronto.

"I've been in TV commercials before. We will see where it goes."

About Savvy men's lifestyle portal is a favorite male demographic destination on the Web, with more than 250,000 daily unique visitors and 25 million monthly page views. Savvy is now the No. 2 men's lifestyle site online - passing magazine sites such as Maxim, FHM, Stuff and Loaded during 2005.

At zero cost to readers, Savvy offers quality photo shoots and news, sports and entertainment updates every 15 minutes, 24/7. Plus more than 50,000 articles onsite, thousands of videos on just as many topics of interest to men. and a fast-growing social networking community where readers can blog, post video-blogs, join forums and groups and message other members. Savvy's original columnists and experts write on women, dating, entertainment, sports, celebrities, fashion, health, relationships, games, gadgets, auto and rides, careers, money, odd stories and humor.

The site also features tasteful, non-nude pictorials and full length interviews with some of the world's most beautiful and talented young models and actresses, as well as the 'the girls next door.' has previously featured celebrities such as Deal or No Deal's April Scott - next starring as Daisy Duke in the prequel Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning; former Miss Great Britain 2006 Danielle Lloyd, supermodel Amber Smith; pin-up sensations and Latino stars Vida Guerra, Alejandra Gutiérrez ('Ale G') and Mayra Veronica; My Name is Earl star Nadine Velazquez; The Price is Right star Gabrielle Tuite, US sportscaster Bonnie-Jill Laflin, former Man Show models Rachel Sterling and Joanna Krupa; and Amiee Rickards and Chanel Ryan. Former Playboy Playmates include Divini Rae, Jennifer Walcott, Kia Drayton, Stacy Fuson, Raquel Gibson, Kay Sivilay, Katarina Van Derham, Danielle Gamba, Audra Lynn Christiansen, Karen McDougal, Tailor James, Tamara Witmer, and Irina Voronina. California-headquartered is privately owned by Tri-Media Corp.

About Mystique

Mystique publishes a monthly digital magazine through, as well as a bi-monthly hardcover book version called Mystical Sirens. Mystique also produces and licenses a range of branded collectibles, including posters, DVDs, and wall calendars. Posters are available through Scorpio Posters and Starmakers Rising in stores such as Spencer Gifts and Tower Records. Mystique's DVDs are available directly from its Sirens catalog division, and select titles are distributed by Image Entertainment to stores such as Wherehouse, Tower Records and Borders. Mystique's award-winning calendars can be found in the Sirens catalog and in Calendar Club stores.

Mystique also produces original programming, such as its "Mystical Journeys" and "Behind The Fantasy" series. Mystique regularly provides programming to the nation's top Pay Per View networks, such as TVN, LodgeNet, inDemand and Dish Network, and on IPTV (video over broadband) services such as Akimbo. In 2005, Mystique began filming exclusively in 1080i HD to supply HD networks such as inHD and Voom. Mystique also supplies stills and video content to some of the leading Mobile Phone networks, including through industry leader Brickhouse Mobile.

Mystique content is also one of the top-rated and most popular showcase features (you can watch for free) at one of the leading video-entertainment destinations on the web, iFilm.

Mystique and its models are regularly featured in the mainstream national and worldwide media, including on shows such as Inside Edition, Extra, E!'s Wild On, Travel Channel, Howard Stern, Fox, Telemundo, RTL (Germany), TechTV, Celebrity Justice, Poorman's Bikini Beach (and more) as well as radio stations from coast to coast.

Mystique Magazine and Sirens Catalog are privately owned by Infinity Studios, Inc. and is based in Austin, Texas.


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