- Tbilisi, Georgia
- My personal muse
- Mona Lisa. When people see me, I want them to imagine who I am on the inside, what I’m thinking and why I’m smiling.
- Why I'm not afraid of fame
- I am proud of the woman I am and have always dreamed of being talked about because of that.
- Words of advice
- “I wish everyone love– and to not be a Nutella addict, unless you’re using it in special ways…”
Over the course of her jet-setting experiences (she’s still quite the prolific nomad – just check out her Instagram), she’s learned six different languages, which is probably more than some Secretary of States. Excited to experience “the American way,” Garrett eventually moved to sunny Los Angeles and posed for our pages. “Playboy has a classic American story, and I want to be a part of it,” the spiritual siren explains. “The lifestyle here, where you’re free to express yourself, is my type of life.”Posed in nothing more than a bomber jacket and red panties for our sultry pictorial, Garrett, draped atop American muscle (car, that is), contends that she is very proud of the woman she has become and has always dreamed of being regarded for her confidence over her appearance.
A firecracker by nature, the blue-eyed belle likes a man who isn’t afraid to show affection in public. “I’m not boring, I need a fireball,” she contends, insisting mutual respect is most important in a relationship. “If you have respect, you can build everything: passion, friendship and fun. It’s difficult to have anything without respect,” she assures. “Even a real romantic dinner.”