Not only does she have the beauty to have graced the covers of several fashion magazines, but she also has the brains — Veronica has a degree in Psychology and Education, and is trilingual.
She has graced the covers of magazines such as Marie Claire, Harpers & Queen and Cosmopolitan, but men would probably most remember her for her work in the Victoria’s Secret catalog, stealing the spotlight from fellow goddesses Tyra Banks and Laetitia Casta.
Her work for Victoria’s Secret must have prepped her for swimsuit modeling, as she has appeared in the coveted Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition for four consecutive years, including the 2001 edition (along with Yamila Diaz-Rahi and Elsa Benitez).
If you haven’t seen Veronica showing off her amazing form, then you must have seen her flaunt her face and hair as a spokesperson for Nivea and Pantene. She has also done advertisements for Guess? and Chanel.
After a two-year hiatus from doing the SI Swimsuit Issue, Veronica Varekova made quite a comeback as the cover model of the magazine in 2004. The magazine also features Ana Beatriz Barros, Noemie Lenoir, Carolyn Murphy, and Molly Sims.