Beth is on her way home home NY, another fashion season has come to a close. She did not continue on to Europe this year. Instead she is taking a mini break at home then heading to LA to explore another modeling market. She is very excited about spending some time in Cali, I am a little nervous about her learning her way around another new city. But that’s the life of a model.
So Beth got to NY on Aug 30, shows started Sept. 8 and she was finally heading home Sept. 18, she was in NY for 20 days. During that time she did 69 castings, 13 fittings, 1 photo-shoot and 7 shows. Modeling is a whirlwind of activity at times.
Here’s a recap of her shows:
Here’s a close up of her shoes from the Theory show
This was an exhibition that Beth did back on Tues that I just found the pictures to.
I wish I could zoom in on Beth’s shoes, you’ll notice how far her toes are hanging over. But at least they’re not confined.
There were a lot of pictures taken at this exhibition, which means you can get caught in some interesting poses. Contrary to how it looks she did not fall asleep while doing this show. She was looking down to make sure she wasn’t too close to the edge. She fell off the blocks a few times at this show before she moved to a bigger platform.
I asked Beth if her shirt was supposed to be folded in the front like that and she said it was actually sewn like that. Why? She really wasn’t sure. I keep saying this is like a paid internship (since she eventually wants to be a fashion designer) she is definitely learning a lot about different styles of clothing.
They were doing something weird with the shadows or with the makeup, it makes her face look funny in some of the pics. She was also wearing red mascara that she kept on for her flight home. By the time she got to Columbus it had smeared around her eyes and made her look like she was diseased. That may have been why people were staring at her in the airport (she thought it was because she was eating Oreos.)
Again with the shoes; they were so small they had to cut them so they would fit on her big feet. Then they liked the look without the laces, so you’ll notice in the video all the girls feet were shaking just a little.
You see a quick shot of Beth at the beginning:
No pics of Beth at this site but it gives you a feel for what the show was like
Natalie Joos is one chic albeit fully booked lady – between getting snapped forThe Sartorialist, shooting some sick vintage on girls like Kate Schelter, Elisa Sednaoui, and Margherita Missoni for her blog Tales of Endearment, and casting for mags like Dossier she’s doing her job as one of the industry’s top casting agents. For New York Fashion Week she’s wrangling the pretty ones for Karen Walker, Cynthia Steffe, Wayne, United Bamboo and Kevork Kiledjian. Natalie weighed in on what to expect this season, "I saw two trends emerging: really beautiful, young, pretty girls and girls with more character with a signature who are really specific – which definitely started to emerge last season. They’re still very tall, they’re models obviously, but they have a particular look. People want to see different, it’s the other end of the spectrum." Click through for her 29 top faces to keep an eye out for at New York Fashion Week. Who do you think is this season’s Arizona Muse?
Katie Gallagher is known for very avant garde looks. Last night at Milk Studios her showcase lived up to the name, but the makeup was the star. The collection was dark, but not as dark as the heavy eye make up that turned these models into Gothic rock stars. The zombie look fit the very black on black collection. Makeup designer, Javier Romero was the mastermind behind the makeup. Artist used MAC makeup to achieve the creative direction of the collection.- Privy Doll
Bethany Terry’s got it all: All-American girl looks, the attitude to match, and enough enthusiasm to keep her riding high throughout New York Fashion Week. We caught up with the brunette beauty to talk long-legged jeans shopping, the Neon Trees and riding in an elevator with Marc Jacobs.
ELLE: What did you have for breakfast this morning? BT: Toast. It was cinnamon swirl bread.
ELLE: What do you think about when you’re on the runway? BT: I try to think about not falling down. And not laughing. It’s really hard not to laugh. It’s ridiculous, but so great in a weird way.
ELLE: How do you stay energized? BT: I drink a lot of lattes from Starbucks.
ELLE: And your go-to snack between shows? BT: Fruit cups. And granola bars.
ELLE: Have you had any “wow” moments in New York so far? BT: I was at a casting yesterday and Buddy from Cake Boss was there. And I was just in an elevator with Marc Jacobs.
ELLE: What music are you into right now? BT: I like indie rock. Neon Trees. Paramore
ELLE: What do you love most about being in New York? BT: All the boutiques and being able to walk everywhere. I also love the subway. It’s so retro-grungy.
ELLE: What makeup do you like to wear? BT: I like really thick eyeliner. I love dark heavy eye makeup and combat boots.
ELLE: What are your off-duty clothes? BT: Thrift store T-shirts. My jeans are from Wet Seal. I like to buy jeans from Alloy.com because they have good ones for long legs.
ELLE: Are you going to any parties? BT: No, not so much. I’m not 18 yet. I probably couldn’t get in anywhere.