daiseikoufashion-deactivated201 fragte: Hi there love! Hope you're doing well~~currently I'm studying German because I'd also love to move to Germany (I'm from America) someday. For living in Germany do you have to know the German language very well?? It is so hard! :< your English is perfect so I am wondering if people in Germany do not mind when foreigners don't speak it very well. Take care! xoxo
It really depends on the city or region you want to live in. Some big cities are quite international, like Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne. You can manage everything in English (or broken German) there.
But in some smaller towns and rural regions you need to speak good German.
Older people are usually not good in English. They haven’t learned it in school.
It might be good to have someone beside you, when you need to registrate and any other bureaucracy stuff. The forms might all be in German. ;)
I’m glad i could help.
tichodurak fragte: Where do u study? and one more question. Are there a lot of immigrants in your country? I wanna move to Germany in the future and it is interesting to know what people think about such foreigners) thanks in advance)
I’m studying in Berlin.
Normally people are really open-minded about immigrants. Especially in Berlin. Every year thusands of exchange students move to Berlin and many people from all over the world decide to live here. It is a really international easy-going city.
Anonym fragte: Gab es schon mal unmoralische Angebote ? Von Fotografen, Agenturchefs, Kunden ... Und wie reagiert man da am besten ?
Also bei mir gab es die noch nicht. Und da bin ich auch echt froh drüber ;)
neispravimo fragte: hey richard, hope you're well. It's probably too early for paris menswear show castings, but I think you've done shows in paris before, right? Anyway I'm going to go see them in january and was wondering if you have any tips about the paris shows experience in general (how early to arrive before a show, how the vibe is, etc.) Just anything really that you could suggest? Thanks. x (P.S. did you ever have dark hair ? haha)
yes I did some shows in Paris (Dior Homme, Rick Owens, Juun J, etc.) but I never watched a show from the outside. I can tell you a lot about the vibe backstage, but not about the vibe in the audience. The only thing i know is that they open the doors around 15 minutes before the show should start. normally a show starts late. The longest was 30 minutes delay. So you don’t need to be really early before the show. But want could be interessting: Just stay 10 minutes after the show. Wait outside and you will meet all of the models, as they finished work and leave the place. ;)
I tried dark hair once, when i was 10 years old. it looked terrible. :)
But lately i tried dark grey hair. That was kind of cool. Now it’s blonde again.
Have fun in Paris!
theasianjournal fragte: Hi! I just saw a picture of you in my dashboard! It's always great to know new faces in the modelling industry. I am actually running a fashion blog so I know some faces in the fashion scene, but your face is very unique and refreshing! Good Luck to your career~ It's nice to see that you are writing in your native language in your blog for your family to see, though I wish I could understand it. =)
thank you! :)
felfri fragte: are you studying photography? you're already so good!
hahaha, thank you. but i think it’s necessary to study it and learn all the details of technique. the studies also include filmmaking and camera.
tichodurak fragte: Would u like to leave your country for another one?
Oh, i’m not sure. Certainly not right now, because I started studying in Berlin, my hometown. But after studies I want to travel a lot again and work in the media industry. Maybe in Australia, England or somewhere else.
Thanks for your question <3