What a Beautiful Girl Wants: Olga de Mar

"Brains and sometimes money."
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"Brains and sometimes money."
(Photo: Manuel Tarquini)

(Photo: Manuel Tarquini)

For an elegant beauty who has appeared in international editions of Elle and Harper's Bazaar, model Olga de Mar has a distinct wild side.

Originally from Latvia, she moved to Italy after school to jumpstart her career. When she's not stalking runways and stripping down for the likes of photographer Manuel Tarquini (see below), Olga told us she's testing her limits around the world—climbing Mount Kilimanjaro or on safari in Finland's gelid Lapland region. 

But her dating and sex game is a whole different ballpark. We caught up with the Latvian lovely about what catches her attention, what turns her on and her ultimate fantasy. Listen up:

How can a man catch your attention?
Start talking to me.

Makes sense. What's the worst pick-up line you've ever heard?
"Do you wanna fuck?" - A stranger during my first day in New York.

That's terrible. How do you let a man know you're interested?
I look at him, usually with no stop. So if he is interested he has to come over.

What's the secret to a sexy selfie?
Good photo retouching.

So you admit it! What part of your body do you most like to show off?
The part depends on to whom I should show that off.

What's your ideal date?
Cinema and pizza with beer... in his house so I can check if he is single and for how long.

Sneaky. What about a man turns you on the most?
Brains and sometimes money.

Got it. When do you feel sexiest?
When I am loved and in love. Or simply naked.

What's your favorite thing to do in the bedroom?

Reasonable. What should a man never do in the bedroom?
Wake me up.

Got it. Have you got any sexy fantasies?
To fall asleep for a couple of days and then wake up and have breakfast, lunch and dinner in bed—all this accompanied by great films. 

Wild. Lastly, what's your guiltiest pleasure?
Cinema, pizza and beer .

For more of the beautiful Olga de Mar, follow her on Instagram. For more striking photography, check out Manuel Tarquini's website.