Earlier this week, Saudi influencer Rozana (publicly known as Roz) became the first Saudi woman to model for a Victoria's Secret online campaign. The social media star, who is followed by 10.7 million people on Instagram and is allegedly the first female Saudi model, uploaded a video of herself exercising in sportswear from the VS' Pink line.
Based in Los Angeles, the 27-year-old moved to the U.S. years back to study interior design, but changed the course of her career after taking part in several fashion shows.
Discovering her love for everything beauty and fashion, the model decided to launch an Instagram page to share her passion.
The model's social media stardom has given her the opportunity to represent several international beauty brands including Guess and Dolce & Gabbana.
Roz is often criticized by online users, who blast her for wearing "revealing clothes" and accuse her of "defaming Saudi women" ... but that hasn't stopped her.
The Saudi star often mingles with local and international celebs
Roz often attends celebrity bashes in L.A. and was recently spotted with Kris Jenner and Paris Hilton at a launch event. She's been seen with American-Palestinian model Gigi Hadid at her make up line launch in New York.
The model is also known to be friends with popular international fashion designers and brand ambassadors.
She's not the only model from Saudi Arabia
It might sound odd to say Roz isn't the only Saudi Arabian model, but that's the truth.
Last year, a fresh face dominated a fashion show in Paris - by designer Antonio Grimaldi - at just the age of 18.
Taleedah Tamer was born in the kingdom to a Saudi father and an Italian mother (who was also a model for the likes of Giorgio Armani and Gianfranco Ferré.) She wore two designs on the Paris Fashion Week runway, and was the one to open and close Grimaldi's show.
Tamer has appeared on the covers of Harper's Bazaar Arabia and Jamalouki magazine.