I love the end of the year, because there’s Christmas and imaginary snow to look forward to. That is why I was thrilled when I found out I would be part of Elle’s year-end issue. It’s a great collaboration because there’s a new direction, a new stylist and for me, a nice round-up to a new beginning.
2009 has been a dramatic year for me, in more ways than one, and this interview would tell all. I don’t know if it was the unorthodox interview setting (three girls having wine and cocktails) or the alcohol (I had a mojito), but we had a heart-to-heart chat and it felt refreshing to be able to not just answer questions but have a real conversation with someone who understands.
I am touched by the opportunity given to me, and the encouragement to keep me going. It will be a huge issue. Meanwhile, check out a the video below.
so when does yr charity show occurs??
hello joanne, just wondering…. are ur fringe short or long?? i see that ur fringe is ard your eyebrow in 1 of ur photos. do u happen to noe how ur sylist pull ur fringe back such tat it looks like ur fringe is as long as the rest of ur hair when u tie up ur hair?? i’ve short fringe n i hope to be able to pull it back nicely like how ur hair look when u tie it up..
Ahh…that’s why I need a hair-stylist who can make magic! Gary’s from Passion Hair Salon and they have all been well-trained and experienced in doing fashion shoots, so they know how to create a look when the task is given to them.
I have a long fringe.
You look Great!
U look great!
love can be the funniest thing u chose bobby to be yr boyfriend , and i chose a guy who 1 2 works in sydney.
It was really great hanging out with you, too, doll. You’re something special and don’t let anyone ever tell you otherwise. Good luck, have loads of fun and I’m still happy for you! 😉
Mina u’re the darling, thank you so much for the heads-up. I want to work for Sharon!! Haha…hope to see u at the Elle Awards!
U can be a model!
Support u oways!