Ole schell and sara ziff still dating
I've maintained the same weight for a long time but they'll like slap your butt and be like “Oh...fat” in Italian or French you know? Were you concerned that weight would become the main theme of the documentary or the press it received?Everyone fixates on the thinness of models and assumes they have eating disorders, but many of these girls are actually teenagers who are naturally very thin and haven’t fully developed yet.For a couple of years I tagged along with Sara to castings photo-shoots and shows filming her as she began her career. I can’t tell you how many fashion shows and shoots I was thrown off of.On one occasion Sara was doing a private Gucci fashion show at the mansion of Mr. I was minding my own business getting some b-roll when I was suddenly escorted out by armed guards past fifty or so celebrities like Steven Spielberg, Adrien Brody, Jeremy Piven and Charlice Theron.Scouted at age 14 coming home from the Dalton High School in New York City, the daughter of a NYU neurobiologist and a lawyer was soon earning more than her father as the face of Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Stella Mc Cartney, Dolce & Gabbana and Gap.Ole Schell was raised by two writers in the Bolinas California artists community outside San Francisco.
Sara had moments of real hesitation to even show the film. I had access to film her in intimate moments, but we had to walk a fine line.
So the notion that a majority of models are anorexic is not really accurate.
Certainly there are some but it is not as pervasive as it is portrayed in the media.
I come from California and had no clue about the industry before meeting Sara. I certainly had no idea that models often drop out of their first or second year of high school to pursue their careers, or that nightclubs would corral underage models in large numbers to “class up the place,” or that the cadre of top show models who travel from New York, to Milan and Paris was so small.
I found the machinations of the industry intriguing and hopefully some of that was captured in the film.