Ines-Loan Rau aka Ines Rau is a popular French model. She is best known for posing in Playboy magazine’s Playmate of the Month for 2017, November.
Ines Rau was born in 1990, March 18, Paris, France under the constellation sign, Pisces. She holds French nationality and is of Algerian descent.
She is a private person when it comes to her personal life so, the details regarding her parents, siblings, as well as her education, is not available.
Well, Ines was born male but later transformed and when she was 16 years old she underwent SRS (Sex Reassignment Surgery). Rau took the inspiration for the surgery from the story of English trans model Caroline “Tula” Cossey.
Then, she lived as a woman but did not expose her transgender identity until she was 24 years of age.
5 feet 9 inches tall model Ines Rau is in a romantic relationship with her boyfriend Staiv Nation. She is dating Nation since 2015, August. Her partner Staiv is an actor, model, and martial artist.
Indes is a fun loving person and is active on Instagram with 324K followers. It seems that the bond between the couple is very strong and there is no sign about their break up.
Ines Rau has not disclosed the exact figure of her net worth but she might own a net worth around $100,000 to $1 million. She earns a good sum of salary from her modeling career.
Rau gains around $49,200 annually as an average salary. She has worked with different modeling companies and agencies. Besides that, she also earns between $969.75 to $1,616.25 per sponsor post from her Instagram.
Well, she began dancing after 18 years old for DJs when she became with David Guetta. She first worked in Playboy magazine’s “A-Z issue” titled “Evolution” which aimed to depict the increasing acceptance of gender identities beyond the male-female binary in 2014, May.
Ines was the second transgender model to feature in Playboy magazine after Caroline Cossey. She served as a model for the designers Nicole Miller, Alexis Bittar, and the department store company Barneys New York.
Additionally, the gorgeous lady appeared in a campaign Balmain and Vogue Italia. Then, in 2017, October the son of Playboy Founder, Cooper Hefner stated that she would appear as “Playmate of the Month”.
Cooper compared the choice to promote the first openly transgender woman to his dad’s decision to feature Jennifer Jackson as Playmate in 1965.
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