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Gala Darling talks to Daniel from Sebastian backstage at Betsey Johnson during Fall 2010 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New ...
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Hair at Betsey Johnson - Fashion Week NY Fall 2010
Gala Darling: Hi! I’m Gala Darling of GalaDarling.com for Style Coalition. I’m here at the backstage at Betsey Johnson. We were snuck in my Fiji water which is very exciting and we’re going to talk to some people. I’m here with Daniel F. Sebastian and we’re going to talk to him about some hair trends and find out what he’s doing backstage at Betsey.
Daniel: Hi! How are you?
Gala Darling: I’m very well. How are you?
Daniel: Fantastic. What we’re doing backstage today is we’re just starting a lot of movement in here. What we want to create is something more freedom on top into a little type of an 80s kind of funky Brewster to ponytails so that’s what we’re doing today. We’re setting up all the hair with some body and we’re getting ready to go.
Gala Darling: So do all the models have long hair?
Daniel: Majority of them do. There are a couple of short hair models that have a little cap of pigtails on top but majority of them have long hair.
Gala Darling: That’s excellent and so how many shows you’re working on for fashion weeks?
Daniel: For fashion week, this season I’m doing above four to five shows but previously throughout the years I’ve done quite a few so it’s nice to be back and the energy and thought.
Gala Darling: Yeah, the energy is amazing. So do you have a favorite show that has been your all time highlight so far?
Daniel: I would probably say Gwen Stefani and this one is really cool. The Betsey Johnson show is fantastic, lot of energy. It’s good.
Gala Darling: I guess it’s nice to be able to do something that it’s a bit more creative and kind of different.
Daniel: Absolutely. I love anything to do with fashion and getting out of the box is always really cool.
Gala Darling: Awesome, thank you so much for your time.