A little while ago I posted a sample of photos from the OK! Magazine photoshoot featuring Mischa’s Parisian apartment. Today I’ve uploaded the full set of photos (excluding the pics of the actual apartment) so check them out here. Photographer is Simon Emmett.
I also added some various other past shoots that have probably been seen before, but in case you want to see anyway visit the latest uploads page.
Some photos of Mischa at the Miss Sixty Showroom prior to attending the fashion show have been uploaded. I’m only able to post tagged versions but head on over to Tauros’ Mischa Online for untagged shots. I’ve also uploaded additional shots from Harley Viera Newton’s 21st Birthday with thanks to Maz and Vinicious for tip and Cobra Snake for the photos.
A cover preview of Mischa’s March 2009 cover and spread for the Spanish edition of Marie Claire magazine has been uploaded to their site. We’ll hopefully be able to get some scans soon but it usually takes a little longer to track down issues from overseas countries. The Marie Claire team also uploaded a couple of preview shots which you can check out below. If anyone living in Spain would be willing to scan it for us that would be really really REALLY appreciated.
A few blocks away, DJ duo Harley Viera-Newton and Cassie Coane were celebrating their 21st birthdays at Arrow Bar. Mary-Kate Olsen, Mischa Barton, Jessica Stam and Daisy Lowe were at the Modelinia-sponsored bacchanal, where party favors included star-shaped sunglasses, Indian headdresses (worn all night by Olsen) and T-shirts that read “I Came to Cassie and Harley’s 21st Birthday and All I Got Was This Lousy Hangover.”
A really fun video of Mischa choosing jewelry pieces to wear at Fashion Week has been uploaded to Mischa’s official blog. Check out the video by heading on over to the site or viewing the embedded file below. Her personality really comes through in this one.
Mischa Barton has Anglo-dar. “Brtish people tend to be quite eccentric and risk-taking in the way they piece things together,” she dished about how she picks out a Brit on the street.
Her take on that aesthetic? “I quite like that,” she told us from the front row at G-Star. So much that her handbag line is only available overseas. “I didn’t want to work with a huge American corporation,” said Barton, who was born in London and spends a considerable amount in time in Europe. “I wanted to do something that would express my own personal sense of style.”
But if Barneys came calling, she just might change her mind. “If it grows and it gets picked up by other outlets, or whatever, that’s great,” she confessed.