This week we have 50 seconds with the lovely make-up artist Naoko Scintu.
What do you do?
I make models and celebrities look their very best…I basically paint faces using the wonderful medium that is Make-up.
Career Highlight so far?
I would have to say my best memory and highlight so far was working with my childhood idol, Cindy Crawford…she is so down to earth and even more beautiful in real life…I didn’t want to leave!
How did you get started?
It was a natural progression from studying Art and Design at school and university…I suppose it was a realisation from a very young age that I had always been fascinated with faces and beautiful healthy looking skin.
Any exciting projects that you have recently completed?
I did Michelle Dockery for InStyle magazine, cover story, which will be out next month! January issue 2014… Can’t wait to get the story in my portfolio! Michelle has that elegant ‘English Rose’ quality and is such a talent.
If I weren’t a Make-up Artist I would be…
A professional chef as I have always been crazily obsessed with food. I was in the kitchen from before I could walk with my Italian chef father, Japanese mother and sisters, consistently cooking together as a family.
On Thursday it was the annual Christmas Party that was held at the Premier office, where we celebrated the start of the season with some of our models and clients . Check out some of the photos from the evening below…
Stacy Martin is in the latest edition of i-D magazine in a Chanel themed shoot and interview photographed by Columbine Goldsmith, styled by Bojana Kozarervic and text by Dean Kissick.
It’s impossible not to notice the super handsome Sebastian Sauve while flicking through the pages of the new issue of Carbon Copy. Featuring in the very well named editorial ‘’The Businessman Trip’’, Seb is just irresistible!
I have long been a fan of Zara. They just get it. Whatever is going to be cool next season, trust me it’s already in the Zara-making. For me the magic doesn’t really happen on their website as much as it does when I go on a street style binge. There, more often than not, I see a “new” way of combining pieces, a new shape of jacket or shoe that I may not necessarily be too fond of but yet intrigued. The more often I see said odd shape, color combination or what not on one of these insanely hot pieces of street style goddesses, the closer I become to seeing a trend in certain ways. Now this is where Zara comes in.