LO: What were the highlights of your first fashion week?
PR: I have so many! The backstage experience of Matty Bovan made me feel like I was in a science fiction adventure film, with all the girls wearing magnificent headdresses and huge wigs like alien princesses. At Miu Miu, I felt like a princess at the ball, I was completely fascinated by the beauty of all the girls. And at Marc Jacobs, the energy was unmatched. We could all feel that we were part of something more important than a simple parade.
It was also truly a surreal experience to have the opportunity to work with such fashion industry legends like makeup artist Pat McGrath, one of the sweetest women I have ever met, or hairdresser Guido Palau who made me the most magnificent curly crown I could have dreamed of for Miu Miu.
LO: What is your lucky charm?
PR: I have a lot. The first that comes to mind is my Jupiter-themed charm necklace. Jupiter is the planet of expansion, optimism and luck, which are my three guiding principles. My mother and I have matching ones.
LO: How would you define your style?
PR: In constant evolution, always comfortable, vintage and a little androgynous.
LO: How do you like to spend your time when you’re not modeling?
PR: I compose a lot of music and now that I’m back in New York, I’m going to start recording music with two of my friends. We plan to play a few concerts here over the next few months. I’m really excited. I also always write, I write in my journal every day, poetry, prose or just thoughts.