Today I shot V magazine online in the infamous Spring Studios with my boyfriend Harry and some other really cool models. The story was all about youth so the make-up was fresh and the clothes ranged from punk to playful with vintage items and Levi jeans and my sexy latex dress and Doc Martens combo. It was both still image and film and I love to watch the film as we ended up doing the migraine skank and cutting shapes for the camera. Great day with a really nice team and photographer. Oh and pizza. Lets not forget the brilliant lunch we had. Boys get make-up to in the fashion industry!   Today I shot V magazine online in the infamous Spring Studios with my boyfriend Harry and some other really cool models. The story was all about youth so the make-up was fresh and the clothes ranged from punk to playful with vintage items and Levi jeans and my sexy latex dress and Doc Martens combo. It was both still image and film and I love to watch the film as we ended up doing the migraine skank and cutting shapes for the camera. Great day with a really nice team and photographer. Oh and pizza. Lets not forget the brilliant lunch we had. Boys get make-up to in the fashion industry! Last month I went to Prague to shoot a TV commercial for the American department store Macys. I know you're thinking why Prague for an American brand but a lot of commercials are shot in the oddest countries because production is cheaper there. It was the day of my boyfriend Harry's birthday and i had to fly from Paris where I took him to Prague! Thats the thing with my job, tadalafil regardless of if you book time off, if there is a job that they want you to do you will most likely have to reorganise your plans around the job! Anyway back to the job! When I landed I went straight to the studio and to the wardrobe tent to try on my looks and have them altered to fit me properly and also meet who I was working with (they were American lol). The next day the call time was 7am so I went down to meet the two other models I'd be working with. I'd never shot a TV commercial like this before but the set up was really simple and after hair and make-up and wardrobe I went on the set. It was a giant rotating table that I'd have to stand on either by myself or with another model; when shooting with the other model we would stand on opposite ends of the circle and when I was closest to the camera I'd smile and act happy and when in the background just pose- pretty simple. The singular shots varied depending on what the key item was in my outfit; I had four outfits and the key points were the footwear, the jumper and two based on the whole outfit. Once on the turn table it was pretty repetitive (well I was on a rotating table lol) but I had to change my smile or body positioning every once in a while but keep in mind what the key item was. My day was over by around 3pm unlike the other models who had a few more looks to shoot than I did so I went back to the hotel and later met up with one of the models to explore Prague. Virtually every model needs commercial jobs such as this or online shops to get a wage as editorials (magazines) don't pay and show season is only twice a year!  

The wardrobe tent

The turn table where I spent the day

Outfits for Prague

walking in the park

Beautiful view of a Church in Prague from a park I went to with the other model.

  Today I shot V magazine online in the infamous Spring Studios with my boyfriend Harry and some other really cool models. The story was all about youth so the make-up was fresh and the clothes ranged from punk to playful with vintage items and Levi jeans and my sexy latex dress and Doc Martens combo. It was both still image and film and I love to watch the film as we ended up doing the migraine skank and cutting shapes for the camera. Great day with a really nice team and photographer. Oh and pizza. Lets not forget the brilliant lunch we had. Boys get make-up to in the fashion industry! Last month I went to Prague to shoot a TV commercial for the American department store Macys. I know you're thinking why Prague for an American brand but a lot of commercials are shot in the oddest countries because production is cheaper there. It was the day of my boyfriend Harry's birthday and i had to fly from Paris where I took him to Prague! Thats the thing with my job, tadalafil regardless of if you book time off, if there is a job that they want you to do you will most likely have to reorganise your plans around the job! Anyway back to the job! When I landed I went straight to the studio and to the wardrobe tent to try on my looks and have them altered to fit me properly and also meet who I was working with (they were American lol). The next day the call time was 7am so I went down to meet the two other models I'd be working with. I'd never shot a TV commercial like this before but the set up was really simple and after hair and make-up and wardrobe I went on the set. It was a giant rotating table that I'd have to stand on either by myself or with another model; when shooting with the other model we would stand on opposite ends of the circle and when I was closest to the camera I'd smile and act happy and when in the background just pose- pretty simple. The singular shots varied depending on what the key item was in my outfit; I had four outfits and the key points were the footwear, the jumper and two based on the whole outfit. Once on the turn table it was pretty repetitive (well I was on a rotating table lol) but I had to change my smile or body positioning every once in a while but keep in mind what the key item was. My day was over by around 3pm unlike the other models who had a few more looks to shoot than I did so I went back to the hotel and later met up with one of the models to explore Prague. Virtually every model needs commercial jobs such as this or online shops to get a wage as editorials (magazines) don't pay and show season is only twice a year!  

The wardrobe tent

The turn table where I spent the day

Outfits for Prague

walking in the park

Beautiful view of a Church in Prague from a park I went to with the other model.

I booked off a day to work on my blog and decided that I had to interview the amazing Sophy Robson for my site- I mean she is the Don of the manicure. I've known Sophy for around two years now as we met during my first show season in Paris and kept on bumping into each other at other jobs and always stayed in touch. She is actually one of the original game changers in the fashion industry when it comes to nail art which is now massively popular amongst the fashion elite as well as practically every girl (and the odd boy) aged 12 and above. I wanted the interview to be really conversational but when it comes to sophy and I brief conversation turn into epic discussions so I had to really cut it down for you guys! We discuss turning nail art into a business, find her clients and of course Kanye- hope you guys enjoy!