20 June 2012

Leakage

Woah... A full day of shooting really takes it out of you. Super early-morning prep work and being on location lugging industrial-sized suitcases is arduous to say the least, and I think I lost track of how many caffeine injections I took just to say conscious. Yep, it's an espresso shot straight in the veins, better than Redbull I tell ya. The exhaustion resulted from three short but full weeks of intense work, and it all boils down to one day, please excuse me for looking haggard. I won't disclose any further details yet about the shoot but it involves a whole lot more than the one picture I chose to leak (as always). Completing this final project was the best way to wrap up the year, whether or not people like the outcome, I'm already extremely pleased with it. Fingers-crossed the masses would too! I know it's hard to tell exactly where we were in the photo since it looks like we're in the Amazon or something. Maybe we were, maybe we weren't... *rolls eyes & shrugs shoulders*

12 comments:

  1. Cool work!

    http://themadcreationist.blogspot.it/

    Kisses

    Giuseppe

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  2. Must say, I'm loving the dress, so fluffy. Can't wait to see the rest! Don't forget me when you're a bigshot designer, I can be your publicist!

    x

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  3. God I can't wait til I've finished working, it's almost killing me. Still, just have to make it to September...

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  4. I know you'll find a good internship, I'm sure of it. Where are you applying to work?

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  5. Aw, you're so sweet. I'd rather not comment than do mass-comments. There used to be this girl that went often to my blog and always commented exactly the same thing, then I realised she did this in every blog she went to. Anyway, my intention is to move to London next year, so I guess we'll see each other haha. I'm still between doing fashion PR and doing fashion journalism. I need some experience in both!

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  6. Technically speaking, someone in PR shouldn't be allowed to practice the journalistic profession because there's a conflict of interest, but nowadays many people who work in newspapers or magazine aren't actual journalists so I think they can do it. I'd love to work for i-D or Dazed, it'd be amazing. They take on interns, so that's definitely somewhere I'd love to try and get a work experience placement or internship. I want to work in fashion in some way, I wouldn't even mind being a stylist's assistant, I think I'd be great at that haha. I love organising. I just want to do fashion and go to London.

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  7. At least, here in Portugal, you can't do both professions. Did you just send your cv and cover letter to a stylist or diz you answer to an advert asking for an assistant? I think I'd like assisting someone in fashion. Next year I'll try to volunteer at LFW hehe. I'd be great to have someone help me around London and it'd be much easier and nicer to adjust if I already had a friend (even if only online right now).

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  8. Your blog is great! I love it:) It would be lovely if you visited my blog,
    www.crazed-passion.co.uk
    thanks x

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  9. Love that amazing blue dress on model! Have a nice day, Nathan!

    http://www.lazyheelsblog.com/

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  10. By the looks of your blue hair, my I suggest eight hours of sleep? My hair turned blue once after studying for six exams at the same time!

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