Lujan Fernandez (born 1985) is a former Argentine model, perhaps best known for her three-year run in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Since childhood, Fernandez was involved with several local television programs. She was a teenage TV star before becoming a model, when she was discovered at the age of 14 while on a Uruguayan beach. After consulting with her parents, she pursued a modeling career.
Fernandez appeared on the covers of ELLE, GQ, Harper’s Bazaar, as well as American, German, and French Vogue. The work kept coming and, like many foreign models before her, she decided to move to New York City.
Fernandez hit the runway for the likes of Ralph Lauren, BCBG and John Bartlett, and has been featured in print campaigns for Perry Ellis, Chloe, Emanuel Ungaro, and XOXO, and appeared in the Victoria’s Secret catalogs.
She also appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue from 1999 through 2001.
She ranked #66 in Maxim’s 100 Sexiest Women in 2001.
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By 2010, the sixth-generation (Mark VI)] Fiesta had been introduced worldwide, including in the United States and Canadaâ€”making it the first Fiesta model to be sold in North America since 1980.
Cristina Elisabet Fernández de Kirchner ( born 19 February 1953), commonly known as Cristina Fernández or Cristina Kirchner is the 55th and current President of Argentina and the widow of former President Néstor Kirchner. She is Argentina’s first elected female president, and the second female president ever to serve (after Isabel Martínez de Perón, 1974–1976). A Justicialist, Fernández served one term as National Deputy and three terms as National Senator for both Santa Cruz and Buenos Aires provinces.
A native of La Plata, Buenos Aires, Fernández is a graduate of the National University of La Plata. She met her husband during her studies, and they moved to Santa Cruz to work as lawyers. In May 1991, she was elected to the provincial legislature. Between 1995 and 2007, she was repeatedly elected to the Argentine National Congress, both as a National Deputy and National Senator. During Kirchner’s presidency (2003–2007) she acted as First Lady. Fernández was chosen as the Front for Victory presidential candidate in 2007.
President-elect Fernández de Kirchner celebrates election night with her husband and predecessor, Néstor Kirchner.
n the October 2007 general election she obtained 45.3% of the vote and a 22% lead over her nearest rival, avoiding the need for a runoff. She was inaugurated on 10 December 2007, and was reelected to a second term in the first round of the October 2011 general election, with 54,1% and 37,3% over the second candidate. As a First Lady, and later President, she has become a fashion icon for women and a notable advocate for human rights, poverty awareness and health improvement.