a mercedi je suis alle en paris pour travialle dans une event, une 1920's party pour une Dutch PR company sappelle Wellcom, in association with Matching Models. Before le event jai went for a walk round Paris avec mon amis Rosie who habites there. voici le selected highlights...............
What a tosser!!! a care with the license plate 'GOD' we googled it and it turns out it belongs to a German computer hacker who is very fat and looks like he probably eats babies for breakfast, if you happen to see this car when out roaming the mean streets of Paris throw something at it!!
a view from the bridge, apparently people put the padlocks on it to symbolize love, the oldest one we found was from 1995 apparently they clear them off every so often, (like they paint over the abbey road wall.) Which i thought was bit of a shame imagine imagine if you came back to paris with your lover to look for your padlock you put there on that magical weekend all those years ago only to find the council had chucked in the Seine!
Feather skulls in a gallery, these were amazing but we werent supposed to be taking pictures and the assistant kept looking at me so I had to be discreet and it didnt come out very well. Inspirnig none the less!
A picture from the party, 2 of the ladies I made up in 1920's flapper style. I really need to learn more french. faire de maquillage (spelling?) c'est tres difficille if tu ne comprend la language de l'client 'regarde le platform', 'regarde moi' 'freme les yeux' 'parles L-A-N-T-A-M-E-N-T' sil vous plais, je suis Anglais, je suis stupid'
Putting make-up on people since 2010