STRIVING FOR PERFECTION
L'Officiel India|June 2021
Tram Luu, the founder of “OB Men”, becomes the epitome of perfection with her art of “giving”. With a brief interview with us, she opens up about her journey of becoming an inspirational model and entrepreneur.
AYUSHI SINGH

With alluring beauty that sets the stage of Mrs. Universe 2017 on fire, comes a mind that strives to do maximum for others. Tram Luu excels in everything she does and with her wondrous smile, she motivates hundreds with her art of “giving”. Apart from being the co-founder of “OB Men” as well as a winner of a beauty pageant, she also comes forth as a role model for many. Her vision of serving the Asian community comes closer everyday as she works hard every minute to achieve it.

Winning a beauty pageant, that too Mrs. Universe, is not an easy job. How was your journey of being crowned as the Mrs. Universe in 2017? Were you always into beauty and Fashion?

The journey was fun and exciting, though a lot of preparation, focus, and work went into it. I went with no expectations except to be myself and not try and be what others wanted me to be. As a kid, I was always captivated by fashion and art. Early in my career, I worked hard to build my entrepreneurial pursuits and had little time to chase my passion. When that time came, I developed a beauty spa, explored fashion, modeling, and ultimately competed in pageants.

If you could change one thing about beauty pageants around the world, what would that be?

While pageants expose external beauty and achievements, I feel there should be an emphasis on a contestant’s spiritual makeup as well; what is important to them, what is their message to others, and how can they help others become more enlightened?

Would you like to walk us through the initiation process of OB Men and What led to its foundation?

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