PAIGE Lorenze travels the world as an influencer and girlfriend of a tennis player – but she has her sights set on much more than that.
The 25-year-old has almost half a million followers on Instagram and is often seen cheering on Tommy Paul.
Paige met Tommy at the US Open last year and the pair have both flourished individually during their relationship.
Paul, 26, rose to a career-high No. 13 in the world rankings ahead of the US Open, which begins on August 22 in New York.
While Lorenze has ambitions on being more than an influencer with her fashion dreams taking off.
In an interview with The U.S. Sun, Paige revealed: “I run two businesses now – my brand Dairy Boy and my personal Instagram account.
“My dream is to be the creative director and CEO of my brand Dairy Boy and as I get older kind of lean away from the influencer world.
“The coolest part is being able to sell your goods.
“The goal for me is live on a farm and have horses and be the CEO and creative director – then stop the influencer side of things.
“I’m proud of what I’ve been able to create and it’s been a fun journey.”
Lorenze continued: “Obviously there’s pretty glamorous and amazing parts, but a lot of the time I go and support Tommy and I’m not going on vacation.
“This year was my first Wimbledon and it was amazing. It lived up to my expectations in every way.
“It’s not always Wimbledon. There are really hard parts to the tour and in the majority it is a very long, hard season for Tommy.
“I try to enjoy the culture and food as much as I can and love supporting him – I feel like I’m bringing a piece of home on the road.”
Paige grew up as a skier in Vermont but quit to move to New York as a teenager.
She studied in the Big Apple and worked as a stylist in Soho, helping to launch her fashion career and build a social media following.
Lorenze admitted: “I had no idea I was going to be an influencer.
“I got kind of burnt out from the sport that I did my whole life and always felt there was something more for me and I was creative – I felt like New York was the place to go.
“I love styling outfits so that was something that was always really appealing to me and New York has a really strong style base.
“The influencer thing kind of fell into my lap through creating content organically of my life.
“But it’s really hard to break into now – it’s a very over-saturated platform.
“I was lucky I was kind of in the wave of influencers in New York before it got really big and popular before TikTok.”
Paige will be pulling double duty at the US Open at Flushing Meadows later this month.
She’ll be watching partner Tommy bid for glory on the hard courts while also promoting her fashion brand with pop-up events.
The social media star said: “I get nervous watching Tommy but not overwhelmed – as long as he’s trying his hardest and putting his heart out on the court, I’m proud of him either way win or lose.
“I get along with his team really well and feel like I’m part of the team.
“I try and be a support system for him and that’s what’s most important to me.
“I work full time on the road and always try to stay busy – especially around the US Open.”