Sorry, I forgot to mention that her degree is in art. I don't know how it works in America but in Australia we call that the degree you don't have to pay for (because you won't ever make enough money to start qualifying for debt repayments).She looks great, and maybe my jealousy is fueling this comment- but WHY would she pursue modeling post Ivy, doesn't she have insane loans to pay off?! Also, she has a top notch education....? I just don't get it.
I mean, she's still young. Why bother going straight to work, when you can travel on someone elses' dime in your early twenties? Not everyone wants to get a degree and go headlong into work. Plus modelling is an artform- she probably is just doing what she loves.Right, but....as if fashion pays well? She's ALL about the starving artist thing apparently ....debt must be huge.
“I love being a part of someone’s vision, and doing what I can to help create what they are imagining and also bringing a little bit of myself into the collaboration!”
What a lovely attitude she has vs. jennerhadidetc. who don't seem to give a shit about the artistic/creative element at all and make the whole thing about likes on instaAt Valentino, half the fun was watching Chiuri and Piccioli put the finishing touches on the Elizabethan-inspired collection. “It was amazing to be a fly on the wall as they worked their magic,” says Googe. “They are so incredibly talented and busy, yet they also find room to be fun and sweet to the models.” As a fashion fan who grew up looking at the couture collections online, Googe had to do a double take before stepping out onto the catwalk in that ruffled red cape: “Just being a part of it was a dream come true, and being able to open and close it? I couldn’t believe how lucky I was—it was a true honor.”