So we had to be there for 10, and I ran into the pharmacy to pick up some neurofen for teething oisin when I realized that I had left my camera at home! I mean, whats the point of a photo shoot with no camera? The stress of it all! I was standing in the pharmacy waiting, there was a vaguely familiar mid 40's standing with his leisurewear clad teenager daughter at the pharmacy counter.
The pharmacist came out and saw me and asked me if I had been helped. I smiled and said, not yet. All of a sudden, off to my right, I saw your man like shaking shouting. "we were here first" I was like eek of course. I thought you had already been helped eek! I then recognized his evil, no craic, gone gray a tad early head. He was one of the monster men that come into the restaurant where I work who like never looks at you just barks. Yuck! Hes even rude to pharmacists! Yuck! His little teenage daughter cringed in the way only teenagers can, looking at me with her pink conjunctivitis ridden eyes feeling my pain at how horrific her dad is. It was all too much, so I bought some solpadine. Going through the usual third degree, claiming to have a migrane of course. Not just a twinge, a hint, of the start of a bad day (the truth eek)
In the meantime my camera had been rescued from the kitchen table. Thank you hon! so I headed off to the shoot. 4 hours of mentalness later we emerged from the bright glare of the Radisson so relived to be finished!
It was an experience! I had never really seen a show being filmed up close and personal. It was interesting seeing the cameraman and the hostess of the show, Loretta Ni Ghabhain, doing their bit. They were so lovely and I can't wait till next week when they will hopefully use the piece on Imeachtai which is a program in Irish. Fingers crossed for subtitles otherwise I won't understand a word.
Hope fully some shots of my clothes and bits will be shown. It was an interesting experience and I'm just so relieved its done! Thankgod fab Sinead was there from the best vintage shop in Ireland, Public Romance, with the most amazing maxi dresses and vintage swimsuits, so styling and unique. some deadly bits I cant wait till I have my jewelery line ready to go as she is going to sell it woop woop!
Her model, Niamh, is wearing a fa vintage playsuit and red vintage sunglasses from Public Romance. I brought alot of my bits as well I decked out the lovely model Paulina in a vintage mint green ruffled slip. Its beautiful and it has one of those tiny little roses they used to sew on nighties and stuff so cute! Shes also wearing a kelly green vintage double buckle belt. Shes wearing a piece from my jewelry line its made from 2 of my original fabrics and the red beads are coral its hung an a gold chain and backed with felt its lovely!