An interview with: Harriadnie Beau

This month, I was able to interview 18 year old Harriadnie Beau who is currently the face of Pia Michi (who have previously dressed Katie Price, Le Toya Jackson and Alexandra Burke) and has modelled alongside TOWIE star Chloe Sims. I understand modelling is a tough industry to enter into with lots of criticisms and setbacks along the way, so I admire Harriadnie in continuing with her aspirations. I asked her several questions about her experiences with modelling.   ‘Getting your foot in the door’ is often the hardest bit of modelling. How did you first get into the modelling…
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In My Wardrobe:

Something different…

In March 2011, I visited the infamous site of Auschwitz for a very emotive trip along with several other students. Below is an article I wrote in response. It’s something different to the kinds of topics that I normally write about, so have a read and leave a comment below if you feel it necessary.. It’s not the bitter cold, the vast scale of the site or even the iconic image of the gate that told me I was in Auschwitz; it was the strange feeling I received that gave me shivers. It may sound very cliché, surely a place…
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Made in Chelsea – turn of events

Although I still stick by my word about the scenes being scripted and generally pretty cringe worthy, there are some new additions to Made In Chelsea which make it an addictive watch. Although the constant feud between love triangle Caggie, Funda and Spencer is still evident, it is much more dramatic in the latest episode shown by Caggie’s cheeky grin when talking to Funda about the state of her and Spencer’s relationship. I think this won’t be the end to the complicated love triangle, much to Funda’s disgust (and mine too for that matter). Personally, I think the man should…
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Made up Chelsea..

After now watching two episodes of the highly anticipated ‘Made in Chelsea’, I am sure that I am not the only one left disappointed. Reality fly-on-the-wall documentaries have grown from strength to strength over the last few years, attracting huge audiences with their real situations and real people. In the much loved The Only Way Is Essex, there was much dispute over the first series, as I believe some of the ‘characters’ may have been misinterpreted or misrepresented however today the cast are now dominating newspapers and tv chat shows, proving their success to their widespread audiences. However, I’m sad…
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