POST SHOOT INTERVIEW WITH MODEL SARAH HALPIN
Damaged / Goods: Sarah, please tell us where you are originally from and what is your profession?
Sarah Halpin: I grew up in a small town in Cornwall, but I'm now based in London. And for the past year, since graduating, I have been working full-time as a model.
Damaged: Where did the inspiration for "What She Said" come from and how did you come up with the name?
Sarah: I share the blog with my sister, Joanna. And fortunately, 95% of the time we seem to agree with each other. So I guess it stems from, and reflects the idea of us sharing the same creative vision and outlook.
Damaged: You describe your personal style as "understated, relaxed with subtle femininity." Please tell us what your favorite up and coming brands are and why?
Nanaushka - A contemporary womenswear brand from Budapest.
Paloma Wool - A multidisciplinary creative platform that brings together artists to collaborate on the making of each collection
Damaged: "What She Said" is a collaboration between you and your sister Joanna. What is the creative process like between you girls?
Sarah: I think the fact we share such similar ideals is important within any creative partnership. And those difference we do have, have proven (so far) only to compliment and strengthen our creative process and the way in which we work together.
Damaged: Your creative duo focuses on Art + Design. How would you describe yourself?
Sarah: A creative, determined yet patient, over-thinker.
Damaged: What would you say your blog "What She Said" is known for?
Sarah: I guess the ‘sister’ thing is the our biggest asset. But hopefully, alongside that we are gaining recognition for the content we are creating and the collaborations/relationships we are forming.
Damaged: In terms of music, who are your top artists of the moment?
Sarah: Ryan Adams, always // Rosie Lowe // Allan Rayman // Cigarettes After Sex // And i’m still completely obsessed with Kendrick Lamar, Damn.
Damaged: Where do you find inspiration?
Sarah: Anywhere, everywhere. There is beauty in everything.
What's your damage?
Sarah: My damage is that I don’t like talking about my damage.