Interview: Lotte Van Noort

Interview

Interview: Lotte Van Noort

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Spotlight on Lotte Van Noort, new face of Why Not Models.

Do you remember your first photo shoot? What was the feeling?

My first photoshoot were for Glamcult, an independent style newspaper from Amsterdam. It was great, I remember mostly wearing Chanel, which was always my dream brand!

What have you learned from modeling?

Working as a model, I learned how to live anywhere… That every city has special places and I learned to love every city for its differences and uniqueness.

What do you like the most and the least about modeling industry?

What I like most about modeling is the traveling and meeting so many amazing people with whom I work and the least – my hair gets pulled all the time…

Where have you traveled with modeling? What has been your favorite city to visit?

I have travelled to many countries and cities, including Finland, Norway, Sweden, Spain, San Francisco in USA, Tokyo Japan, United Kingdom.

My favourite cities are London and Tokyo. London for it’s immense diversity (both in people and in food) and Tokyo because I am quite a geek and love manga, anime, gaming, Japanese language and people.

What have been the weirdest or funniest thing ever happened to you on the set?

Probably shooting near a beach. I were going for a final picture to the water, where someone of the team poured a bottle of water over my head while I didn’t know what was coming, luckily it was warm that day! And the pictures were beautiful!

Modeling is also about waiting… Waiting for your makeup, hair and etc. How do you spend this
time?

I mostly talk with the hair and makeup artists or, when it’s early I try to dream a little longer and stay in my morning bubble. Also I spend a lot of my time on my phone for reading.

What is your relationship with fashion? Do you like to play with colors and different combinations?

I like both futuristic fashion and vintage with my favourite periods being the 20’s and the 60’s. I make historical costumes when I’m at home, mostly from the 17th and 19th century.

What about the social media? Could you stay offline or it is necessary to be in the middle of
everything?

I love social media, it helps me to stay in touch with people I meet all over the world. I do, however dislike the way it has to stay updated, especially in this work with Instagram.

What are you looking for in your next job? Do you have a dream job?

My dream job would be a campaign for Chanel as I consider it one of the most important brands that created fashion as it is today. I also really wouldn’t mind to shoot for a week in a resort…