Model Haley Moss says the IH show is important to her: “I would be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous to walk in the show”

(IH Live Access) – Independent Connecticut model Haley Moss has confessed to being nervous about the upcoming Internet Hollywood party since it will include her very first fashion show. The model explained how the event is probably the most important one of her career and went into detail about why she feels that way. She also explained how excited she was to see a lot of the newer faces that she knows that will be attending the event that’s father away from her in New England.  Check out the interview!

 

 

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Internet Hollywood: What’s up Haley?! It looks like the time has come again for another exciting Internet Hollywood event. For those who don’t know, this will be your second Internet Hollywood party appearance. How are you feeling that? Are you nervous at all?

 

Haley: I would be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous to walk in the show, but I’m very excited to see everybody! There are a lot of new faces that I’ve been dying to meet that will be at this party, and these two weeks couldn’t be any more exciting for me! I’m also really excited to see a lot of my friends from farther away in New England who I may not get to see all the time.

 

Internet Hollywood: You also was one of the last models to walk in our audition back in August 2017. What was going through your mind at the time you did the walk and did you ever think you’ll be chosen to walk in the show?

 

Haley: It looked fun, I was a little manic, and I figured trying wouldn’t hurt. I think I made an offhanded comment to whoever I was sitting with saying that I wanted to, and they said that I should. So I did! I absolutely never expected to be selected, and I honestly just auditioned for the experience of auditioning. I remember the day that I found out I lost my mind!!

 

Internet Hollywood: You are also lined up to walk for Catarina Abreu’s brand LLeya P. A few other models walking for her are Mandii Jean, Bonnie Burke, Jennifer Guerrra, Tihara O’Brien, and Aratio Jones. How concerned are you about your walk and have you been practicing at all?

 

Haley: Anybody who knows me and my modeling work knows that I have absolutely zero runway experience. I am absolutely horrified, to be completely honest, that I’m going to screw up. That said, I’ve been practicing by walking in my hallway every day in heels. I recently was hospitalized due to a cyst, and had to slow down in my practicing, so that’s a little worrisome. That being said, I feel like my energy that night along with the day of practice that I’ll have will make up for it. I also will be seeing and shooting with very experienced Isabel Vinson the day before, and I plan on asking for tips and advice on how to get the perfect runway walk.

 

Internet Hollywood: One thing I have been discussing with the models is the kind of music they would like to hear the DJ to play. What genre of music would you like to hear and do you have any songs in mind in particular?

 

Haley: Most of the music I like probably would terrify people at networking party, and therefore I will refrain from requesting any Death Grips. I have been rather into electric swing as well as general club/dance music as well, which seems a bit more apropos for such an event.

 

Internet Hollywood: What does this fashion show mean to your brand and what are you hoping to gain from doing this event?

 

Haley: Considering that this is the first fashion show I’ve ever been chosen to walk in, it is arguably the most important one of my entire career as a model. I’m hoping to get a lot more fashion work from this, even if it’s not runway and adjust photo-based. A lot of my work has fallen into different and more risqué genres, and while there is nothing wrong with those, I started modeling because of my gift and love for fashion. I think it’s very important that this show falls during a time where I am making an effort to rebrand myself and the work I do, and I am so excited to see what the future after it holds I think it’s very important that this show falls during a time where I am making an effort to rebrand myself and the work I do, and I am so excited to see what the future after it holds.

 

Internet Hollywood: Thank you for the interview, Haley!

 

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Haley Moss: Instagram

Photographer: @ramakrishnan

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