Last November, I had the pleasure of interviewing author, actress, director, producer and supermodel extraordinaire Annabel Schofield! Glamorous, charismatic and wonderfully down to earth, this international fashion model of the 1980s starred in ad campaigns for Revlon, Gianni Versace, Yves St. Laurent and Levi’s (to name a few), and you probably remember her from that iconic Bugle Boy Jeans commercial… At the time of our interview (which you can read here and here), Annabel had written a novel called The Cherry Alignment. This tasty read is now available in its entirety on Amazon.com, and we’d like to once again congratulate Annabel on her literary achievement!
The ’80s Connection: An Interview with Annabel Schofield – Part 2
Last week Mirror80 published Part 1 of our interview with the lovely Annabel Schofield, an author and producer who enjoyed an acting and international modeling career in the 1980s and 1990s. Ms. Schofield shared her thoughts on ’80s fashion, and she reflected on what it was like to act and model in the midst of the decade of decadence! Today, Annabel discusses her ’80s memories, as well as her serialized novel The Cherry Alignment, which semi-autobiographically explores the life of an actress in 1980s-90s Hollywood. Her blog of the same name is a wealth of information on 1980s fashion, film and music. Read on for more fabulous ’80s details…
The ’80s Connection: Author, Actress and International Model Annabel Schofield
I’ve recently had the pleasure of corresponding with the lovely Annabel Schofield, an international fashion model of the ’80s who starred in ad campaigns for the likes of Revlon, Gianni Versace, Yves St. Laurent and Levi’s. And yes, you probably remember her from an iconic commercial in which she famously uttered: “Excuse me, are those Bugle Boy jeans you’re wearing?” But there’s much more to Ms. Schofield than meets the eye, including her serial novel The Cherry Alignment, which semi-autobiographically explores the life and times of an actress working in Hollywood in the ’80s and ’90s. In fact, this novel began as a screenplay, and there’s no doubt that it would make the perfect long-overdue HBO series with a focus on the decade of decadence!