I love my job. I love all aspects of it.
A few weeks ago Israel's Channel 2 aired a documentary about models in which I participated. I didn't see the final show, but I heard from those who did see it that the producers had used my interview as a funny and ironic way to end the piece. From what I'm told, most of the gals interviewed were talking about how "hard" modelling was, and I used my (usual) comment and said, "Coal mining is hard. Modelling is not that hard. Everyone relax".
It worked really well for the piece, but lord Karma was not so happy with me.
Three days after the doco aired I was scheduled to shoot the ML winter catalog.
Winter clothes. In July. In Israel. On a farm. Outside. In the sun. OMG.
Anybody who's ever worked with me knows that I am pretty easy to work with. I'm grateful to be on set. I don't bitch, I don't complain, I love what I do and I am thankful to be able to do it. But oh my God - that day was tough... My amazing team was having a field day, quoting myself to me - "It's not coal mining Noa!"
Last night I hosted a party and a pre screening of SATC2 with my good friends at Moët and Chandon. Unless it's award season or your own premiere, LA dress code is all about casual California and you can get away with a good pair of jeans and high heels even at the best restaurant in town. Not last night... everyone brought their A game... It was FAB!
I have an unfulfilled hat fetish and only got a chance to wear one at the Melbourne Cup races, so I figured when will I ever get a better time? Bring out - the fascinator.
It's not a hat, it's not a hairband, it's not a flower-in-the-hair. It's a piece of art. It's a feathers draped, hand made, glamed up yarmulka . It makes me feel like I live in the olden days of dress ups, petticoats and gloves. Like a proper Dashwood girl, but with equal rights, feminism and Samantha Jones as a legitimate role model in my society.
The party was so much fun, Moët is delightful and playing dress ups with my LA crew is always a thrill but the film.... Well..... Let me just say that the HBO series was better. WWWAAAYYYY better.