It involves hip hop, breakfast, and champagne.
There’s a certain energy you feel being next to a pop star ahead of one of their live performances. It’s hard to describe it, but it’s a mixture of excitement and hustle. And it’s infectious. Especially so when said artist is coming off of back-to-back press meetings and appearances and has only 30 minutes to change and get hair and makeup done before they’re off to the show. And what’s so special about our job, is that we’re usually invited into witness and capture these hurried moments before everything goes down. Which is exactly what happened with Zara Larsson, who we played fly-on-the-wall with this summer in Toronto, where we talked beauty, morning routines and winding down with some champagne.