Model Sasha Owen-Longfellow Thinks Everyone Should Be Homeless At Least Once
Today on Opening Ceremony’s blog, New News, they interviewed the model that designer Tara Subkoff hand-picked to represent her Imitiation of Christ line on the concept retailer’s website. The subject, Sasha Owen-Longfellow, is a part-time model and full-time blogger living in Brooklyn. Although her physical features are whimsically delicate, and her poses are classically demure, don’t let them fool you, because she’s funny and gives quirky interview answers.
On the music she plays at shoots:
"People don’t usually like when I DJ at photo shoots. I play weird ambient Krautrock music and Disney songs."
On the best gift she ever received:
"I had an old Japanese man friend in Tokyo when I was living there last year. For my birthday he put me up in the Tokyo Ritz Carlton for three days, all expenses paid. Four hours of spa treatments and all the room service I could ever hope for. He said as long as I didn’t order The Diamond is Forever martini ($18,000) he wouldn’t be mad."
On what she thinks everyone should try at least once:
"Being homeless. I didn’t have my own bed for almost a year, moving from place to place and couch to couch. You really learn who your true friends are, and get to know people in a way that wouldn’t normally occur. You also learn how wonderful it is to be without furniture, rent, bills or too many possessions."
On her five necessities on a deserted island:
"Scotch, Jennifer her best friend, an attractive sterile man to fornicate with, hummus, and tampons."