Behind the glitz and glamor of the fashion world, models debatably have the toughest go of it all. They’re traveling from city to city, show to show, walking in clothing and shoes that sometimes don’t quite fit, over and over. Have you ever wondered how these models manage their schedules while staying grounded? Have a look at the models who unveil the truths behind their hectic schedules!
Tess Breeden finds solace in art during Fashion Week. She carries sketch pads that serve as an outlet for her creativity and a source of grounding amidst the whirlwind of castings and shows. These sketchbooks are a canvas for personal expression and a way to keep her mind engaged. Whereas Lulu Wood takes time for introspection, whether through music, journaling, or simply enjoying solitude. Dana Smith engages in code-word and crossword puzzles to maintain her sanity during Fashion Week.
Sara Grace Wallerstedt prioritizes consistency during Fashion Week by sticking to her morning routine. From savoring her morning coffee to watching her favorite YouTube videos, these rituals help her stay grounded amidst her hectic schedule. Holly Nicole, on the other hand, finds refuge in cozy cafes when there’s a break between castings, with a matcha latte in hand and soothing music in her ears. As for Jordan Daniels, she prioritizes a balanced lifestyle during Fashion Month. Getting adequate sleep and spending time with friends unrelated to the fashion industry contribute to her sense of equilibrium and well-being.
Embracing the Moment
Bella Rose opts for serene walks along the West Side Highway when her schedule allows. This simple activity helps her reconnect with herself and find peace during the bustling Fashion Week. Jits Bootsma’s approach is to stay in the moment and enjoy the unique experiences Fashion Week offers. Whether it’s laughter, new friendships, or even karaoke nights, embracing the journey without overwhelming oneself is key to maintaining composure. On the other hand, Sam Case chooses to stay focused during the day but unwinds at night with TV shows.
Friendship and Connection
Merel Roggeveen stays grounded by reaching out to her family. Their unfamiliarity with the fashion industry reminds her of her significant achievement in being part of Fashion Week in New York. Another model, Anyier Anei values the friendships and connections she makes during Fashion Week. Meeting up with friends and enjoying each other’s company provides a welcome break from work pressures, allowing her to appreciate the city and create lasting memories.