Brigham Young University, Utah, student Brittany Molina was granted her 15 minutes of fame following the now-infamous note she received from another student on Valentine's Day. As you may recall, rather than a loving gesture, the letter targeted Molina's "provocative" clothing and the purportedly negative impact her style has on men and women, alike.
Following the media frenzy that followed after she posted the note on Twitter, Molina has been sent flowers, candy and now -- she's been given a modeling job.
According to the Daily Mail, Molina was hired by designer Cris Pulsipher of Cris & Kate's clothing line. In an interview, Pulsipher explained, "Brittany had been through a discouraging time after receiving that note and we wanted to turn a negative into a positive, so we got in touch with her."
The college student was a bit surprised to hear from the company, but she was happy to sign on board for the modeling opportunity. "I got some cute clothes, and they’re really nice ladies," she said. "I was trying to help them out -- promote their business."
Pulsipher, who runs the company with business partner Kate Erwin, went on to call Molina a "humble and positive person" who is a good fit for the company's brand. Cris & Kate's clothing line is available in stores across the state of Utah.
(H/T: Daily Mail)