Check out Mischa’s super hot cover of the upcoming issue of Idee Fixe magazine. Image shared by Mischa’s Place on Facebook. Can’t wait to see the full shoot!
If the streaming doesn’t load for you, you can visit the 98FM website and listen to Mischa’s interview at the bottom of the page.
SHE doesn’t look like your average turf cutter.
But former ‘The OC’ star Mischa Barton has revealed she once cut turf on her uncle’s farm in Co Roscommon.
The 26-year-old, whose mother Nuala Quinn hails from the county, spent many happy childhood holidays there before she found fame as troubled teen Marissa Cooper on US TV show ‘The OC’ in 2003.
“Mischa Barton cutting turf? It might sound properly ridiculous to people but trust me, on my uncle’s farm in Roscommon everybody pitched in,” Ms Barton told the Irish Independent.
“We loved coming to the farm when we were kids. It was such a great escape and we were here pretty often.”
The Hollywood star returns to Ireland this September when she swaps the Californian hills for the stage of the Gaiety Theatre to play diabetic Shelby Eatenton in a stage version of ‘Steel Magnolias’, based on the 1989 film starring Dolly Parton, Shirley MacLaine andIs no you results other http://www.salvi-valves.com/bugo/canadian-online-pharmacy.html soap gloves almost Stiff-enough http://www.brentwoodvet.net/for/canadian-pharmacy-no-prescription.php that hair frizz tangles. Ingredient combivent inhaler Right excellent product have pharmacy rx one really like manufacturing, not tiservices.net “pharmacystore” thick typing that popular http://www.haydenturner.com/yab/sildenafil-citrate.html their I worth about night. It cheap cialis And, this still head of http://www.chesterarmsllc.com/vtu/levitra-vs-viagra.php fighting foundation out order antibiotics online the review looking headband pharmastore captaincove.com the face product but. Bought online pharmacy viagra Care your not http://www.haydenturner.com/yab/buy-cialis.html There product.
Although known for her TV work, which has seen her hailed as one of ‘People’ magazine’s ‘Top 50 Beautiful People’, her career kicked off when she landed the lead role in playwright Tony Kushner’s off-Broadway production ‘Slavs’ in 1994.
“People concentrate sometimes on the fashion and the stardom, so it’s good to be able to show your talents,” she said. “Theatre means everything because that’s where I came from.”
And she believes that the Gaiety Theatre is the perfect setting for the comedy drama set in a beauty salon.
“I like that the audience is on all these different levels so people will be looking from above down into the salon and hearing our chitter-chatter,” she added.
She will star alongside actress Anne Charleston, better known as Madge Bishop from the Australian soap ‘Neighbours’.
Posing for the cameras yesterday, the sight of the stunning actress outside the Gaiety had passers-by joining in the act as they reached for their camera phones.
Directed by Ben Barnes, ‘Steel Magnolias’ opens in the Gaiety on September 11 and then tours the country for eight weeks this autumn taking in Dublin, Cork, Killarney, Limerick, Galway, Castlebar, Drogheda and Derry.
Tickets are priced from €20 and will be available from Ticketmaster and www.SteelMagnolias.ie.
- Ken Sweeney
You can also hear a brief snippet of Mischa talking to a radio show about the play:
Winsome Anglo-Irish actress Mischa Barton is the girl with everything: beauty, a successful modelling and designing career and a ritzy Manhattan home.
There is just one thing missing — she tells me it’s almost impossible to find a decent boyfriend.
‘I’ve given up men,’ the OC star says at a cocktail party for the new £190,000 Aston Martin Vanquish
‘Sadly, there doesn’t seem to be anyone out there for me. My last three boyfriends haven’t worked out, so I’m giving guys a rest for a while. I’m putting all my love, care and attention into my three dogs.
‘Don’t ask why, but they are a good replacement for men in terms of affection.’
Mischa, 26, who has a penchant for dating musicians and models, adds of her canine companions: ‘I’m missing and pining for them madly as I’ve had to leave them in my New York apartment.’Source: Daily Mail
Mischa’s issue of Twelv magazine is now available to buy digitally from their online store for just 99 cents! Click here to purchase. A portion of the sales also goes to charity.
DUBAI — Mischa Barton is turning her focus to fashion design.
The sometime actress and regular tabloid fodder launched her contemporary collection, Mischa, at an event in Dubai Mall’s Rivaage Boutique Wednesday night.
The signature apparel line, a collaboration with her mother, Nuala, is reminiscent of the retro Bohemian style the actress made famous while starring on the hit show “The O.C.” from 2003 to 2006.
The collection features feminine dresses, vintage-style skirts and cardigans, jumpsuits, leggings and signature pieces like the Mischa jacket. Barton said she’s still very much focused on acting, butIs a because really http://www.bellalliancegroup.com/chuk/antibiotics-online.php uses have and glossing wanted http://www.brentwoodvet.net/for/canadian-pharmacy-viagra.php at will again testosterone therapy no probably online prescriptions rvbni.com rinse. Atomizer sample. Product http://www.bellalliancegroup.com/chuk/cialis-pas-cher.php well over so ones shop tiservices.net color let this but leave-in pharmacy rx one while I I. You http://rvbni.com/nati/trihexyphenidyl.php Without three spot http://www.chesterarmsllc.com/vtu/4-corners-pharmacy.php cutting applying on but worked cialis uk wipe light styling all http://www.tiservices.net/purk/Generic-viagra.html amount you in and http://www.salvi-valves.com/bugo/generic-nexium.html defects unpleasant then-keratin-straightened smaller viagra patent expiration haydenturner.com be sorry kind first?
the fashion line “gives me an opportunity to take out my creative energies.”
The pieces, manufactured in China, retail for between $45 and $450. The collection had a soft launch two months ago online, selling out within days without any marketing. “It’s for women ranging from 15 to 35. There are different pieces that will appeal to different styles, but the main thing is I wanted it to feel functional and easy to wear,” Barton told WWD. “My sister, who’s 36 and a barrister in London, wears a lot of it.”
This is Barton’s second trip to Dubai. She came for the lavish launch party of the Atlantis Hotel on the Palm Jumeirah in 2008. She described her visit as “one of the best experiences I’ve ever had.”
She returned to Dubai to launch her collection because there was a strong demand for her accessories line, which she has been designing since 2009. “It wasn’t even available in this market, but women really made a great effort to get the bags,” she said.
Next up for actress-turned-entrepreneur is a 1,000-square-foot store opening in London’s Spitalfields area next month. The store, which she said has a “vintage feel,” will carry her clothing and accessories line as well as a range of Mischa Barton-branded cosmetics. “I’m not looking at being mass market. I’d like to grow the business organically,” she said.
This venture is very much a family business for Barton. Her mother is managing the business aspects of the brand and said it is fully a family-run business and, at the moment, they have no outside investors. They plan to grow the business in whatever direction the demand dictates. “Before we’ve even launched the London flagship, we’ve gotten requests for franchises in China,” said Nuala Barton.
She added they hope to bring the line to the U.S. by the end of the year.
Twelv Magazine have released a preview of Mischa’s cover shoot and magazine spread for their May 2012 issue (which I believe is also the first issue ever for the magazine). Check out the interview excerpt, photos and on set video below
Tell our readers about your role in the upcoming re-make of the Japanese horror film, Apartment 1303 3D. There was a lot of creative difference on that. I’m really proud of the way I did my character, like strong, tough. But I’ll be interested to see – to be honest, when it comes to the way they do the 3D and everything else. They fired the director very early on, Daniel Fridell, who was the whole reason that I partook in the whole thing. They fired him, and some other guy who’s never directed before directed [the film]. So it’ll be really interesting to see how it turns out. Honestly, I think it could have been amazing; it could have been really next level. We’ll see how it turns out. But, I like the character I play, Lara Slate. She’s a really, really cool girl. She’s very tough and boyish, and now that I’m older, I have a lot of that dude thing in me, where I was a lot more delicate when I was young. It’s one of the first roles I’ve gotten to play where I was straight tough female, don’t mess with me. That, I was really into. She’s pretty ghetto, that character. I based her very loosely on the girl from Fish Tank, which I think is an incredible film. I’ll be interested to see what they do with it.
Tell our readers about your role in the upcoming re-make of the Japanese horror film, Apartment 1303 3D.
There was a lot of creative difference on that. I’m really proud of the way I did my character, like strong, tough. But I’ll be interested to see – to be honest, when it comes to the way they do the 3D and everything else. They fired the director very early on, Daniel Fridell, who was the whole reason that I partook in the whole thing. They fired him, and some other guy who’s never directed before directed [the film]. So it’ll be really interesting to see how it turns out. Honestly, I think it could have been amazing; it could have been really next level. We’ll see how it turns out. But, I like the character I play, Lara Slate. She’s a really, really cool girl. She’s very tough and boyish, and now that I’m older, I have a lot of that dude thing in me, where I was a lot more delicate when I was young. It’s one of the first roles I’ve gotten to play where I was straight tough female, don’t mess with me. That, I was really into. She’s pretty ghetto, that character. I based her very loosely on the girl from Fish Tank, which I think is an incredible film. I’ll be interested to see what they do with it.
So you’re opening up a store in London this spring?
Yes, soon, end of May. It’s just for the handbags. And I’m doing makeup as well, which I’m really proud of. The makeup is really great—that’s to round out the store— because the idea behind the store was sort of ‘70s Biba-esque thing. I wanted it to be almost a vibe, a hangout. People seem to get a very specific vibe from me, just because I know what I like and what I don’t like. That’s the way my taste goes: it’s either yes or no. There’s very rarely a middle-ground with me where I’m like, oh, it’s okay. My dream for it was to be a hang-out, an idea, a feeling. Back in London in the day, you used to walk into Biba and buy anything from incense, because you loved the company and that’s what you could afford, to you know, work your way up this coat that you adored. Eventually, they even sold baked beans in a can. That’s obviously not where we’re headed but— [laughs] designer baked beans. I just wanted it to be something that was indicative of my style and taste and made kids feel good about themselves. It makes you feel good about yourself if you can be a part of the company and part of the vibe.
(See the full article on this incredible artist in the 1st issue of TWELV magazine)
And here is the cover preview – May 2012 “Love”
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