Model Chelsea Freestone will switch the streets of Launceston for Paris, Cannes and Milan later this month to represent Australia in another international supermodel event.
The 19-year-old was named World Teen Supermodel 2019 in April but is vying for her next title, Miss Supertalent of the World 2019.
She will travel to 34 European cities, including Rome, Nice and Monaco, to compete against 39 models from around the world for the crown.
"A highlight for me will be modelling in the fashion capital Milan...meeting new people and exploring cities and places I haven't been before," she said.
Miss Freestone said she was grateful for the opportunity to go overseas and represent the country once more.
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"For me it's more about the experience, as it's a very high level competition and representing Australia is an honor," she said.
"Modeling's somewhere where you always experience something new."
From October 18 to November 2 the international models will compete in photo shoots and participate in workshops, before a winner is announced in Rome in November.
The University of Tasmania nursing student has been juggling her study and her modelling but said time management and the international opportunity motivated her to complete all of her assignments before leaving.
She did have to defer an exam but said UTAS were supportive and allowed her to defer it as she was representing the country.
The next step in furthering her career is modelling on the mainland, something she hopes to achieve in the next five years.
"I'm happy where I am now and enjoying where I am, but I would like to take it a step further and try and get a bit more exposure on the mainland."
Miss Freestone began modeling in 2015, under Sue Rees, and said it had brought her a lot of self confidence.
"I was asked a question on stage (at World's) and it was 'What was one thing you would change about yourself?' and I said I wouldn't change anything as I'm happy within my own body and confident within myself."
Her advice for upcoming models or for anyone looking to enter the industry was simple.
"Be yourself, be natural, everyone thinks to enter pageants you need to be able to model and look and be a specific way but really they're after your natural personality and who you are," she said.
Following on from the international competition, Miss Freestone will host the 2020 Miss Teen Australia event in Hobart and the 2020 World Teen Supermodel event in Launceston.