She’s the Australian model who has been walking the runway and fronting high fashion campaigns for over a decade.
And on Sunday, Elyse Taylor, 31, offered advice to Instagram models looking to achieve longevity in their careers.
Speaking to The Sunday Telegraph, the accomplished model said Instagram stars need to be proactive and readily adapt to change if they want to last long-term in a saturated market.
‘You have to keep up and not get left behind’: On Sunday, Elyse Taylor, 31, offered advice to Instagram models looking to achieve longevity in their careers
‘With all technology it will grow and change into something bigger and different,’ the Pantene ambassador said.
‘You just have to keep up and not get left behind. It’s changed modelling and the advertising world completely, so for me it’s just about evolving with it.’
It comes after the mother-of-one revealed to Daily Mail Australia in November of last year that it was hard to get back into shape following the birth of her daughter.
‘It’s about evolving with it’: The model, who has walked for the likes of Dolce & Gabbana and DKNY, said it is important to keep up with the trends
The leggy model shares daughter Lila, three, with ex Seth Campbell.
Reflecting on being pregnant, the beauty candidly stated: ‘It was definitely a struggle getting back in shape.’
Now rocking an incredibly fit physique, Elyse recommended exercise two to three times a week in order to regain her post-pregnancy fitness.
‘Surge exercises are good for your body’: In November last year, the Sydney-born model spoke of getting back into shape after giving birth to her daughter
‘Surge exercises are good for your body,’ the blonde said.
She also noted the importance of healthy eating habits, stating: ‘They say its [staying in shape] 80 per cent diet.’
In August, the model reflected on motherhood while speaking to The Sun Herald’s Sunday Life, the model said juggling work and family was all about balance.
‘It’s all about striving for balance’: Reflecting on motherhood, the blonde beauty said it was about juggling competing priorities
‘It’s all about striving for balance,’ the model, who has worked for the likes of Victoria’s Secret, said.
Before adding: ”Being okay with saying no to jobs sometimes and making sure I get quality time with Lila,’ was something she thought about deeply.
The model, who was born in the Sydney suburb of Vaucluse, was first discovered as a teenager before being signed to IMG models.
In the past, the blonde beauty has walked for high-end designers Dolce & Gabbana, DKNY, Moschino and Betsy Johnson.
Bronzed beauty! Born in the Sydney’s eastern suburbs, the 31-year-old was first discovered as a teenager