Animale Brasil published a new video on their YouTube channel titled “Animale presents Candice Swanepoel on Surreal.”
From natural charms to cultural references, everything is matter. Surrealism, multicoloured figures, the unique traits of artists, as well as the irreverent fashion of Spain, perpetuate the encounter between fashion and art. The term modarte forms the textures, colors and lines in hand painted pieces and graphic prints on blocks of color. Among the works and references, the prints bring mood artsy as a starting point.
Animale Brasil posted a interview with Candice in their blog.
CANDICE SWANEPOEL FOR INSIDE ANIMALE.
CHECK OUT THE TOP EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW, WHICH TALKS ABOUT DREAMS, ROUTINE AND SHARES WITH INSIDE MATERNITY AND STYLE TIPS.
South African top Candice Swanepoel is the star of the Espanha Campaign and one of today’s leading international models. In 2010 she became an angel of Victoria’s Secret, and during her career was a cover girl for the world’s largest fashion vehicles.
Here she talks exclusively with Inside Animale about her routine, dreams, motherhood and style. Check out!
1- Your relationship with Brazil began in 2011, when you were invited by Animale to the winter collection parade. Could you tell us about your brand experience since then?
Actually my relationship with Brazil started when I was 17 years old. I came for a vacation and after that I began to wish I was closer to the country. From then on I set aside space on my schedule for jobs in Brazil, finding incredible excuses to return. I am very excited to work with Animale again after so many years. Your collections remain chic as they always were!
2- The carioca lifestyle is desired and known worldwide, and Animale is a carioca brand of national visibility. What do you like most about fashion and lifestyle in Brazil?
When I first arrived in Brazil, before the social media boom, the Brazilian had a strong personal style that was only found here. I always took beautiful pieces back to the US and everyone wondered where they were from. The Brazilian style is easy but chic. The pieces fit the local lifestyle. These are items to wear on the beach or to go dancing. Comfortable but sophisticated. I am constantly inspired by Brazilian culture.
3- How do you reconcile your schedule with the catwalk, campaigns and trips? How can you set aside time for yourself?
In recent years it has been very difficult to get time for me with two babies, a business, and a career to run, but it all comes down to planning. I need to know what my appointments are in advance to schedule everything and get organized.
4- If you could meet Candice, 15, who was a normal girl with big dreams, what would be her advice?
I’d tell her to take a break and not be so hard on herself. And I would also say that she is strong, beautiful and can do everything she dreams of.
Finally, to make us curious, what was your last fashion purchase?
Simple white t-shirts. It’s my uniform: jeans and white shirt.
Translated by DivineCandice.