INES P. ++ new face at MD management GERMANY ++ at the moment in Cape Town with 3D Models
FOOD BLOG BY MODEL KATY FOGARTY ++ How Delicious!
Preheat oven to 350. Grease a baking dish (8x8 or a casserole dish). Mix the apples with all the filling ingredients. Pour into baking dish. Mix the dry ingredients together for the topping (oats, flour, sugar, salt, and cinnamon). Mix the melted (cooled) butter, egg white, and applesauce. Pour the dry into the wet and mix well. It should be a little crumbly.- Put the topping on the apples and bake for 30-40 minutes until the apples are soft and the topping is crunchy a little.
CAROLA REMER @ ONE MODEL MANAGEMENT ++ BY PH. RANDALL SLAVIN
DOWNLOAD CAROLA'S PORTFOLIO: HERE
KATERINA SMUTOK ++ is with Premier London & NEXT ++
The best advice that make up artist gave you is...KATERINA SMUTOK: I remember I had a job that lasted for three days, and make-up artist was worried about the state of my skin. So she took patronage and controlled me did I drink water or not! Water is moisturizing your skin from the inside. That was a good experience.
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CLICK FOR THE NEW PHOTOS OF KATHLEEN: HERE
Interview with Kathleen (2008/09/29):
PONY RYDER: Do you have an interesting anecdote from a photoshoot?
KATHLEEN BURBRIDGE: Probably when I was younger and I was being shot in a studio where the fan was blowing loud and the window was open and the photographer was telling me to do things and I kept saying, excuse me, excuse me, because I wouldn't hear. And then he was like WHERE ARE YOU FROM, because he thought I didn't understand English. I thought the shoot would go downhill from there but it was great! CONTINUE HERE
Bambi Northwood-Blyth ++ for STYLESTALKER ++ BROWSE: HERE
Video by Stylestalker
The collection launches on November 15 - but 2 items are available for pre-order ! YES! We definetly want them.
SAMANTHA YPMA: I flew from Edmonton with a connection in San Francisco, I flew with United Airlines. The flight from San Fran to Seoul was a long one, 12 hours!
PR: Do you take that travel pillow with you, like some people on planes? You must admit they are badly needed sometimes.
SAMANTHA YPMA: Luckily the airline provided everyone with a pillow and a blanket which was awesome; I needed the sleep for sure.
SAMANTHA YPMA: Seoul’s airport wasn’t too complicated but I sat beside a fellow Canadian on the place who helped me out and showed me where to go so it was pretty easy to figure everything out.
PR: Do you ever do some duty free shopping on airports?
SAMANTHA YPMA: Duty free is my favorite!
SAMANTHA YPMA: I am represented by DCM Agency in Seoul, it is my first and only agency in Asia.
PR: Have you been to other Asian markets, or do you plan on going to some later on?
SAMANTHA YPMA: I have not been to any Asian markets other than Seoul. I have no plans of heading to another Asian market right now but who knows where the future will take me!
SAMANTHA YPMA: The model apartments are great! Very nice area of the city and a lot of space which is really nice.
PR: How many castings per day did you have there? Is it a busy market?
SAMANTHA YPMA: The market has been pretty good, I didn’t really know what to expect but the work has been good. The first day we came here we had 10 castings.
SAMANTHA YPMA: I have always enjoyed Asian food but I had never eaten Korean food before coming to Seoul.
PR: What was your favorite?
SAMANTHA YPMA: I don`t know what it was called but I had a really good rice noodle and vegetable pasta in a spicy sauce, and the spicy soups are really good as well!
PR: Seriously, what were you eating there???
SAMANTHA YPMA: I have mostly been cooking for myself but I have been to a few little Korean places. I also went to a Bulgarian restaurant called Zelen and I have to say, that was probably the best meal I have ever had!
SAMANTHA YPMA: Yes I do love my chicken salads! I like it with:
- green red and yellow peppers
- and chicken of course!
SAMANTHA YPMA: There were a few little supermarkets really close to the apartment which was great.
PR: At the supermarkets, are there also some common Canadian or American products that you recognized or is everything Asian?
SAMANTHA YPMA: There really hasn`t been a lot of Canadian or American foods that I recognized. That was one of the hardest part: trying to figure out what I was buying because most of the things were in Korean.
SAMANTHA YPMA: The fashion is great! Everyone is always dressed so nicely, even if it is just to go to the supermarket, I really love it!
PR: Did you spot any trends that can be also spotted in Canada?
SAMANTHA YPMA: Most of the basics are the same as in Canada although people there definitely dress up a lot more than they do back at home, I really enjoyed that! I think people In Seoul are more into fashion than where I come from for sure.
PR: What are your must have items for this fall/winter season?
SAMANTHA YPMA: For fall I am really into military jackets, chunky boots, and camel anything!
SAMANTHA YPMA: Neither haha, I`d really rather just go to the gym but if I am choosing one I`d say pilates.
PR: What gym did you go to (in Seoul)?
SAMANTHA YPMA: In our agency building, which is about a five minute walk from the apartment, there is one of the biggest gyms in Seoul.
SAMANTHA YPMA: There were really no places I was warned of, even walking around there late at night and even into the morning people are all around, I’ve really felt quite safe everywhere I’ve been - which is great.
How did we name Michael during our INTERVIEW with him back in January? Oh yes, the incoming. And we were right.
2 QUESTIONS FOR MODEL MICHAEL TINTIUC:
PONY RYDER: Michael, do you like “clubbing”?
MICHAEL TINTIUC: I’m sorry, but I just can’t stand “clubbing”
PONY RYDER: And what do you like?
MICHAEL TINTIUC: I just like doing - what I like, you can always find time to do things that you love.Some people like clubbing, excessive alcohol and drugs and say that this is what being young is all about, but there are adults that enjoy spending time the same way.
Michael Tintiuc's agency list:
- Success Paris