With my brother and his (borrowed) flash gone and off doing better things, I was left to my own devices backstage at the Charlie Brown show yesterday afternoon. It’s okay though, I tried my best:
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Name: Rosie Crawford
Spotted: Between shows, before going into hair and makeup for the Riddle Me This show.
How many shows are you doing this week?: I forgot to ask her this. My bad.
What are three things a model needs at fashion week?: Red Bull, a hair treatment and a smile!
If you read this blog or any of my other social media ‘channels’ (god I sound like a wanker when I say that, I know) on a semi-regular basis, you’ll know who Cait Kneller is. She’s a model with Clyne. A new face, been around the modelsphere for about 4 months, signed to IMG Paris and taking off to that great old city next week. Good luck to her.
People we saw and liked the look of. Above? Chrissy and Madi Hart, identical new-face twins from Red 11, spotted at the venue after the Blak show. Below? A guy I have seen around at fashion week. I’ve forgotten his name, even though I’ve asked him for it before (I want to say it’s James but it’s 4:20am, who even knows anymore). The other day he wore one of the best navy blazers I’ve seen at New Zealand Fashion Week – patch pockets, great fit, amazing. Today he wore this full three piece suit and double monks. Holla.
I’m going crazy. It’s 4:00am and I’ve fallen asleep about four times trying to post stuff tonight so forgive me if this doesn’t make sense. James went backstage at what was his last show (he’s done a few, considering he was never actually going to be coming to fashion week at all – long story) of the week: Blak. Check out some of his snaps:
Salasai’s show was slick. The collection was cohesive, the whole thing fit together and you could see how all the pieces and looks related. Speaking of looks, there was one model per outfit which I thought was kind of cool. It meant for a lot of models but I like it like that, and it also meant when it came to the finale, it was a pretty spectacular sight.