Caroline Brasch Nielsen is a very successful model who's worked the runway for brands like Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Valentino. She's also fronting a campaign for Chloe, or rather, Chloe's latest perfume, Roses de Chloe. Carole was recently interviewed by Pop Sugar, and she opens up about everything from getting discovered to shooting the Chloe campaign.
On the topic of getting discovered, she says, "My agent discovered me in a pizza restaurant in Copenhagen when I was having lunch with some friends. I’ve been modeling for five years now."
She also calls the Chloe campaign 'fabulous', explaining, "It was fabulous and extremely creative. There was so much talent there. The three of us have worked together in shows before (Valentino Haute Couture Spring 2013, Roberto Cavalli Fall 2013), and Tilda and I shot the Chloé Spring 2013 campaign together, so it's cool to work with girls I know."
She praises the Chloe perfume for being fresh, and adds that sea salt is the scent that inspires her the most because she grew up near the sea. She also gives details on her daily beauty routine, explaining that she mainly drinks a lot of water and uses a lot of moisturizer to keep her skin healthy. Obviously, maintaining your appearance as a model is tantamount to job security, but Caroline says that she's fairly low maintenance, especially since she has a lot of castings that she goes to.
Although Brasch isn't a name model, she has enough brand recognition that she's able to front such a large campaign like Chloe. Plus, she's talented and well spoken, and those traits are always a plus with spokespersons.