In Paris she drew, went to museums, attended shows and got a job as an illustrator. . New York was all about frivolity. Tokyo cleansed her. "Japanese thinking was a huge influence in my own." Traveling helped her in terms of her education. That experience allowed her to model with Chanel, Givenchy, Balenciaga, Jean Paul Gaultier, Marc Jacobs and all the giant names in the fashion industry.
In the meantime, she found that she was uncomfortable: beauty is demanding. She had to be skinnier, prettier, more symmetrical, more perfect. More everything, or less everything. Naomi felt out.
At 22, Preizler came back to Argentina. She'd made her decision: She didn't want to be a model, she wanted to be an artist. She discovered she could rap over the beats . Thus came "I'm a Model," &"New Face" as exorcisms of her past. Then, she never looked back.
Her new work: Strass, is a collection of songs in spanish produced by people like Diego Tuñon (Babasónicos), Ezequiel Araujo (El Otro Yo), Ramiro Jota (Sara Hebe), Jean Deon (Diosque) and Julian Aznar.