We managed to get our hands on a brand new photo shoot called ‘Emancipation and Extrication’ featuring Chloe-Jasmine Whichello.
The last time we spoke to Chloe-Jasmine Whichello (March 2015), we was talking all things, modelling, X factor, dating, fashion and more, so we had to ask, what have you been up to since then?
Chloe: Since we last spoke I reached the final day of Celebrity Big Brother (September 2015) and have been modelling and gigging round the country.
I have filmed for ‘Through the Keyhole’, Britain’s Next Top Magician, been a regular panelist on Channel 5 BOTS and I have also been writing for Total Aesthetic magazine.
I have been photographed for several front covers, Sebopure campaign, Yull shoes, Tigi bedhead, Affinage campaign, Ego Hair, Pkai hair, Quaintrelle, OK magazine, (become brand ambassador of Barefaced Beauty, Harlem and Carter, The Bardou, The English Mineral Make up Company, The Perfect Peel)
Oh and I am currently working on my own clothing line.
OK, so you haven’t been busy much then lol, tell me more about this photo shoot.
Chloe: The theme of the shoots is “Emancipation and Extrication’. A head full of fears has no space for dreams’. I have been battling social anxiety and these shoots were self styled.
Im particularly fond of the crying photo, what did it represent?
Chloe: The crying represents the curtain of materialist societies illusion.
OK, any more info on the shoot?
Chloe: The photographers are Thomas Hole and Tim Baker. The clothes are Prodigal Fox, Designs by Lacry, (Models own) and Tina Lobondi. The hair and make up is by me using all vegan cosmetics 🙂 (MYJ, Lola make up, The English mineral make up company, Pur minerals).