God. Cry me a river. You wanna switch jobs with me lady? I was in the lab until 3 AM last night running an experiment and basically worked 20 hours straight. Look at any industry and you'll find that hard work, period, is pain.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2161774/Pain-really-IS-beauty-Model-feet-left-bloody-sore-walking-Chanel-resort-show.html
heres one model that lagerfeld probably wont be using again...
She was still unwise to complain at all.I don't think she meant to be whiney. From the quotes used, she seemed like she was saying it in a light-hearted, jokey way. The Daily Fail just made it seem ten times worse than it actually was.
Agree with everything you said, when you do three shows in a day and they all have like 6 inch heels with no platform, and you have to do the rehearsals and stand around backstage then the real thing, ow.love the responses.
i agree that the fail probably took it out of context
but i have to admit- ive been there. ive done runway in size 4's because i was a last minute addition to the line up (im a size 6) and OH MY GOD THE PAIN- blood, blisters, you name it. not to mention you have to stand for ages waiting because youre not allowed to sit down and crease the clothes.
HOWEVER it is your job- and one of the most sought after jobs in the world! complain to the other girls modelling with you cos theyre in the same boat, or whatever. dont say that to a reporter where its going to go on an international online news site? i dont know i find it a little confusing hahaha
yeah ive done shows in 7s before too, and my feet are a small size 6 (sometimes i even ask for a 5) that was terrifying i just thought i was going to topple over. i had a full length dress on too haha- how to look elegant whilst gripping oversized shoes ahaAgree with everything you said, when you do three shows in a day and they all have like 6 inch heels with no platform, and you have to do the rehearsals and stand around backstage then the real thing, ow.
And those size 4 shoes must have been awful, luckily I never had that problem. Have you ever been given court shoes that were too big? Although they don't hurt its super nerve racking when on the runway because you have to like grip them with your toes.