To be honest, we’re still bouncing back from our NYFW hangover, so to see Jamie Chung out and about was a surprise. The Once Upon a Time star came out to the premiere of Origins’ new documentary mere days after attending a slew of fashion shows. On the Road with Origins chronicled journey to find the ingredients of it latest launch, the Plantscription Anti-Aging Power Serum, on three different continents. In between bites of delicacies from France, Australia, and Ghana (where the ingredients were sourced), Glam got the scoop from the front row fixture on how she handled the madness.
We saw you a lot at the tents; how did you survive?
I was hanging onto a thread because as much as I love fashion shows, it was way too much for me. In the end, it’s all about the clothes, and I was thrilled to be a part of it and see what the designers have up their sleeves.
How did you treat yourself after all of the fashionable fêtes?
A lot of sleep, not enough exercise. Literally, I would go home at 9:00 p.m. and be in bed by 9:30 p.m. I need my beauty sleep.
What would you pack in your Fashion Week survival kit next season?
If the bag was large enough, a private masseuse for daily appointments. (Just kidding.) It would be a gift certificate for a foot massage after wearing all the heels, a manicure/pedicure kit. It would have collagen eye patches, and lots of water, vitamin C, and hand sanitizer.
Who are some of your style icons?
Coco Rocha is here, and I was literally having a fangirl moment, but I really love Olivia Palermo and Miranda Kerr.
What is your favorite Origins product?
The new Plantscription Anti-Aging Power Serum - it uses all of the extracts they found in France, Australia, and Ghana. What I love about is all the natural ingredients, and I love that they’re doing this whole campaign so you can actually see the ingredients. I think that’s important to see versus tons of chemicals you don’t understand and putting it on your face.