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I would say it’s a good thing, too, to be proud of that." When asked if he was intimidated about opening up after seeing others receive backlash for similar statements, Peep replied, "It can be intimidating, but you need to just be brave and confident."He also revealed some of the things he hoped to accomplish further along in his music career, explaining, "I want to go deep into fashion, I want to go maybe into acting, there's a lot of stuff I would like to go into.
I just want to try more shit and become more well-rounded when it comes to whatever I'm doing.
David asked if I wanted to do a shoot for Vogue Japan, and it all started from there!
”According to au, she’s also an Australian Moto GP ambassador and once hoped to become an actress someday.
I want to do a lot of different things and dive into different worlds.
I feel like I'm a creative and I want to take advantage of that.
“It sounds like I got the better end of the deal,” he said by email.
The 5-foot-8-inch Melbourne native is a model signed with modeling agency Chadwick and has been featured in Teen Vogue, among many others.
In the August 2013 edition of the magazine, she confessed that she got her modeling break thanks to the Red Hot Chili Peppers.“I got my big break when [photographer] David Mushegain was in Melbourne—my hometown—touring with the Red Hot Chili Peppers,” she told Teen Vogue.
“He was looking for girls to photograph, and my friend suggested me.
* BOY GEORGE won’t be showing his B-Rude line in New York this week, as he has the past two seasons.
Apparently, the ex-Culture Club crooner’s cocaine bust here last year has convinced him to stay home in England, where B-Rude will close London Fashion Week on Feb.