Fashion, Food & a whole lot of Italian with Rosanna Faraci on Melbourne’s Lygon Street.

Melbourne’s Rosanna Faraci, a proud second-generation Italian, model, and mentor has recently joined forces with the hilarious Sooshi Mango boys and Johnny Di Francesco to showcase the essence of the all-new Johnny, Vince, and Sam’s on Lygon Street. In this captivating photoshoot, Rosanna pays homage to her Italian heritage while celebrating the vibrant atmosphere of Melbourne’s famous Italian community. 

Rosanna Faraci whose Legs and Derrière Dominated the Kardashian Pantyhose Campaign possesses a natural magnetism that captivates the attention of fashion scouts the world over. Rosanna’s breakthrough came when she signed a contract with a prominent modelling agency, launching her into the glamorous world of high fashion. Her unique blend of sophistication and sensuality quickly caught the eye of industry insiders, which led to her being chosen for the Kardashian Pantyhose campaign. This time around Rosy decided to align with hosiery label AVIANA.

Rosanna effortlessly channels a 90’s Monica Bellucci vibe as she indulges in a bowl of traditional spaghetti at this exciting new establishment. With her natural beauty and Italian heritage, she perfectly captures the spirit of the restaurant, transporting us to a time when life was simpler, and every meal was a celebration of flavours and traditions.

Lygon Street has long been regarded as the heart of Melbourne’s Italian community, with its bustling cafes, authentic trattorias, and quaint gelato shops. It’s a place where locals and tourists alike can immerse themselves in the rich culture and culinary delights of Italy. And now, with the opening of Johnny, Vince, and Sam’s, the street is experiencing a revival of that characteristic Italian charm.

The collaboration between Rosanna and Johnny, Vince and Sam’s restaurant came about to celebrate all things Italian. As Rosanna enjoys her meal, her sense of style complements the warm and lively atmosphere of the restaurant, creating a visual feast that is as pleasing to the eye as the delicious food on display.

Rosanna, with her deep connection to Italian culture, perfectly embodies the spirit of Johnny, Vince, and Sam’s. Her presence in the photoshoot not only adds a touch of glamour but also serves as a reminder of the importance of preserving and celebrating our cultural heritage.

Through this collaboration, Rosanna and Johnny, Vince, and Sam’s have successfully captured the essence of Melbourne’s Italian community. With their shared love for all things Italian, they have created a visual experience that transports viewers to the heart of Italy, even if just for a moment.

As we admire Rosanna’s stunning photos, we are reminded of the power of food and culture to bring people together. Johnny, Vince, and Sam’s on Lygon Street stand as a testament to the timeless connection between food, community, and heritage.

Rosanna: A Model and Mentor Redefining Beauty Pageants

In the glamorous world of fashion and beauty pageants, one name that has been creating waves is Rosanna. Not only has she made a mark as a successful model, but she plays a significant role in mentoring the contestants of the prestigious Miss World competition.

However, what truly sets Rosanna apart is her commitment to empowering young women in the world of beauty pageants. Recognising the potential impact these competitions have on society’s perception of beauty, she decided to channel her experience and knowledge to help shape the future contestants of Miss World.

As a mentor, Rosanna brings a refreshing approach to the beauty pageant scene. She firmly believes that beauty goes beyond physical appearances and emphasises the importance of inner strength, intelligence, and compassion. Her mentoring style is built upon instilling self-confidence and self-love in the contestants, enabling them to showcase their unique qualities and talents on a global stage.

Rosanna’s mentoring journey begins long before the actual competition. Rosy is committed to investing time and effort in getting to know each contestant personally, understanding their dreams, aspirations, and insecurities. Through workshops and one-on-one sessions, Rosy is available to develop your catwalk skills, enhance your communication abilities, and refine your personal style. Beyond the superficial aspects, Rosanna also focuses on building resilience and maintaining mental and physical well-being throughout the rigorous competition process.

One of the key aspects that Rosanna emphasises is the importance of embracing diversity and promoting inclusivity. She encourages contestants to celebrate their individuality, irrespective of their cultural backgrounds or body types. 

For more information on Rosy’s upcoming workshops please visit here:


Stylist Melgi

Shoes Novo 

Clothing Leathers shorts & shirt by Zara 

Dress Pilgrim 

Bodysuit Sheike

Pantyhose Aviana

Jewellery Access Avenue 

Location Johnny, Vince and Sam’s Lygon Street, Melbourne.

By Melinda Sullivan

Photography by Sam Tabone