Photos of Mischa at the Women for Women International Gala in London have been added.
I’ve also added some candids of Mischa following the event.
And I’ve finally added the extra photos from the BritWeek event that I mentioned would be added in the initial update. We’ll also hopefully have at least a couple more events to look forward to in the near future. I’m not sure in which order they’ll fall, but we should see Mischa out for her store opening in Spitalfields plus the Rivaage Boutique opening in Dubai on May 9th. Hopefully both events are covered by media.
Here is the updated sales poster for Mischa’s upcoming film Into the Dark aka I Will Follow You Into the Dark.
I’m kinda disappointed they are going with “Into the Dark” as the title on these sales posters. “I Will Follow You Into the Dark” is a lot less generic sounding and is also a Death Cab for Cutie song title which is a little connection to The O.C.
Poster via Epic Pictures Group.
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 belowTell 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”
Inspired by LOVE photographers with creative subjects, giving them the energy and vibrancy to produce memorable and talked-about photographs, which will then be incorporated with carefully selected, provoking interviews meant to stimulate the perceptions of our audiences. In our art pages we focus on various types of artists, including Joe Mckenna, Erwin Wurm, Nick Vaesey, Yayoi Kusama and Anna Gaskell including photographers, movie directors, and fashion stylists. They each have different concepts and ways to express their creativity and using our unique perspective, we bring out these people’s qualities.
Photos of Mischa from the red carpet launch party of BritWeek in Los Angeles have been added. I expect to add more photos to this album over the next day or so.
Added some shots of Mischa back from the Coachella music festival last weekend. The pictures also include Mischa at a Lexus Private Dinner via Ronysphotobooth.com.
Another day, another shoot! Mischa’s been on many sets lately (unfortunately, we’re still waiting on all of them to be published – it’s looking like Nylon Korea will be first out of the gate) but the exciting thing is that they’ve all been very different in look and tone. The latest shoot is for Idee Fixe magazine. Here are some previews shared by @MischAmazing herself as well as @Hovha and @kkingsbery.
It’s official! The best thing to happen ever is Mischa joining Twitter. How else would we be getting these awesome previews of upcoming photoshoots. Check out the latest previews Mischa shared (Follow @MischAmazing) of an upcoming shoot for Twelv Magazine.
On photo shoot for Twelv Magazine! http://pic.twitter.com/TcAZFp6m
Obsessed with this Louis Vuitton. Brilliant http://pic.twitter.com/DMllIPlT
Candids of Mischa at Neon Carnival at Cochella music festival have been added.