Milk Made Feature- "From Zero to Marc Jacobs"
Milk Made reached out to me before New York Fashion Week and asked if I wanted to do a feature for them, documenting my every move for my first show season in NY. They would have a photographer follow me to all of my castings, fittings and shows and then have me write my story down after it was all finished. I told them of course I wanted to do it and at the start of fashion week I was partnered up with photographer Adriana Rivera and began my adventure. 

Model Margaux Brooke, who was made famous as a contestant on Coco Rocha’s competition television series “The Face”, let Milk Made follow her around during her very first time as a working model during New York Fashion Week. Here, in her own words, she shares her story exclusively with Milk Made.
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For weeks people had been asking me back home in Los Angeles what shows I was booked for. The truth was, I wasn’t booked for any… not yet at least. I was anxious and worried that I wouldn’t book any shows at all. I had never done New York Fashion Week before. I was in for a ride.
One of my very first castings was for Alexander Wang in his showroom on Canal street.

Go HERE to continue reading. 

Milk Made Feature- "From Zero to Marc Jacobs"

Milk Made reached out to me before New York Fashion Week and asked if I wanted to do a feature for them, documenting my every move for my first show season in NY. They would have a photographer follow me to all of my castings, fittings and shows and then have me write my story down after it was all finished. I told them of course I wanted to do it and at the start of fashion week I was partnered up with photographer Adriana Rivera and began my adventure. 

Model Margaux Brooke, who was made famous as a contestant on Coco Rocha’s competition television series “The Face”, let Milk Made follow her around during her very first time as a working model during New York Fashion Week. Here, in her own words, she shares her story exclusively with Milk Made.

For weeks people had been asking me back home in Los Angeles what shows I was booked for. The truth was, I wasn’t booked for any… not yet at least. I was anxious and worried that I wouldn’t book any shows at all. I had never done New York Fashion Week before. I was in for a ride.

One of my very first castings was for Alexander Wang in his showroom on Canal street.

Go HERE to continue reading. 

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