Anastasiya Kvitko blew the competition out the water this weekend, taking to Instagram in a bikini that showed off her every curve. The “Russian Kim Kardashian” has been racking up an army of followers on account of having curves that rival those of the 39-year-old reality star – Kvitko is now so famous, though, she doesn’t need to rely on her moniker anymore.
Anastasiya is now a full-blown social media sensation with 10.6 million Instagram followers, and her latest update was living proof of just why fans keep on subscribing.
AK’s photo showed her flaunting her super-curvy frame while sunbathing on white towels. The blonde was rocking a super-tiny and stylish blue bikini with white piping – a halterneck and triangle finish to the bikini top did wonders for the Russian’s ample assets.
Kvitko also wore minimal bikini bottoms highlighting her slim waist and curvy hips, with a glam feel added via reflective metallic shades. AK posed semi-leaning against the towel and gazing into the distance.
“Guys, what do you think im looking at??
Swimsuit @fashionnova @fashionnovamen fashonnovapartner ?,” she captioned her image.
AK’s post didn’t take long to get noticed. The update managed to clock an impressive 196,000+ likes in under a day, also bringing in a giant wave of fan comments.
“Queen of cuteness and beauty ???????,” one fan wrote.
“I wish u where looking at me , I wish I could meet you!?,” another hopefully wrote.
“Perfect” was another comment.
AK also brought in plenty of emoji responses, with fans appearing to opt for heart-eye and flame emoji.
Given that the post saw Kvitko influence for affordable clothing brand, Fashion Nova, the weekend sunbathing likely earned the star some sweet cash.
Pay on Instagram directly correlates with following. The higher the following, the more the influencer can expect to earn.
Vox broke down the potential figures.
“Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post! Especially if the content is on Youtube and the influencer is in the gaming industry.”
AK is approaching 11 million followers. Of course, at the upper echelon of social media influencing, pay can be in the millions – model Kendall Jenner raked in $15.9 million from Instagram alone in 2019.
Kim Kardashian‘s trademark curves may be the new normal, but for Kvitko, the rise to fame wasn’t easy.
“To be a model you have to be very tall and thin. I wasn’t tall but I had a good shapes and curves. Until that moment I didn’t even think about modelling I just liked taking photos of myself,” she told Women’s Fitness, adding:
“And after that meeting from time to time I started to receive proposals to participate in free shootouts from different photographers in different studios in Moscow. My Instagram account was growing more fast. Once it reached first [sic] one hundred thousands of followers. It was unbelievable.”