Ariana Marie Named October Vixen Angel
BARCELONA — Vixen.com has announced Ariana Marie as their newest Vixen Angel for October 2016. The all-natural brunette joins Vixen's exclusive family of Angels, representing the high-end studio's stylish features produced for discerning audiences.
"When Greg Lansky told me I was going to become the next Vixen Angel, I couldn't believe it,” Marie said. “I am so happy and very honored to be the newest Vixen Angel and to join such a distinguished group of women who proudly represent the brand. Having been a fan of Greg Lansky’s work most of my career, I'm excited to work with a brand that consistently offers amazing content that is easily available for fans. I've always loved their sophisticated ad campaigns and I am thrilled to represent a brand that embraces natural beauty and class."
Vixen's chief creative officer and director, Greg Lansky, enthused, "Aside from her incredible beauty, Ariana is one of the most talented women in the industry. She's an exceptional addition to our amazing roster of Vixen Angels and we're extremely proud to support her. Ariana embodies perfectly the Vixen.com woman: sublime, charismatic and naturally beautiful.”
As the chosen Vixen Angel for October 2016, Ariana Marie has been gifted a pair of meticulously crafted Vixen custom Christian Louboutin red-bottom shoes, a custom Tiffany brilliant-cut diamond necklace — symbolizing the class, style and elegance that embodies the title of “Vixen Angel” — and an exclusive high fashion photo-shoot.
"My Vixen Angel photo-shoot was literally the best time I've had in my whole career,” Marie said. “Being a part of the Vixen family means so much to me. I want to thank Greg Lansky a million times over for always believing in me, helping me advance my career, and of course, for my amazing gifts."
Each of the Vixen Angels are eligible to be crowned Vixen Angel of the Year 2017.
Greg Lansky concluded, “We take exceptional pride in our company's commitment to empower adult performers to look amazing and feel proud of their art just like any other artist. I want performers everywhere to not only take charge of their beauty but also show the world they are a true artist.”