For all I know she is probably going to be a great business woman, I told myself reluctantly. When I glance at Gaby Galban, I truly believe I'm sitting next to the upcoming Audrey Hepburn. In a city with incredibly beautiful people, it’s hard to differentiate who is on the top of the list. Somehow Gaby Galban easily raises to the top for probably the same reasons that miss Hepburn captivated us all in Breakfast at Tiffany's and Roman Holiday.
Her modern woman quality seems to blend in with her ability to be in tune with what's cool and trendy. She doesn't read magazines, she says. I argue with her that her style has to come from somewhere. She knows what she likes, she tells me unapologetically.
In a time where the average and basic are taking over Instagram, she remains cool, creative, and incredibly classy. Never keeps us waiting and always looks effortlessly flawless.
Gaby is mainly the promise land or the promise girl, I should say. She is every boy's wish for a girl. And she is the main story of every book or every book that is worth reading at least. She is very popular, but she is not the popular girl. Or at least, she doesn't make you feel that way.
There are moments when I look through the looking glass in the camera and I freeze because of the unattainable amount of beauty a human person can radiate. Humbleness is a type of beauty that is hard to acquire and hard to maintain; it's honest and what makes Gaby Galban's love appeal.