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Doré: It put a lot of pressure on me, and after the first year of that learning that, they throw me into doing a concert of cello, which happened, but I was terrorized. So for a long time -- I love her, we're best friends now -- but that was a tough moment. So I was taking my courage, I didn't have any contact, anything in Paris. It started working after a year, I started getting jobs. Schuman: And was your style that much different from what you see now? When she's doing photographs, it's like a party.I was rehearsing every day, I didn't have a life, I couldn't see friends and stuff, so after that I stopped cello. Doré: We moved houses [once], and that's when I realized she was really in a crazy moment of her life, because when we arrived at the home, it was all white. So I was going and taking the addresses at the back of the books, knocking at their doors. Schuman: Considering how much we love fashion, I don't think we're particularly materialistic people. Schuman: The thing you seem most excited about with your launch is this studio that you're going to do.So that is the only blog that I look at on a consistent basis.""American Apparel bought advertising for the whole year and then I just got an email yesterday that is going to buy advertisements for the rest of the year (2010) as well.So those two ads alone are a good fraction of a million dollars: more than a quarter million and less than a half a million.Our mutual respect and admiration for each other have left us still great friends.
He talks to Richard Godwin about his divorce, making a million dollars a year and why no one cuts it like a Londoner A fine rain falls on Kensington Gardens.After seven wonderful years, Garance and I have decided to split.We’ve shared so much of our creative life (and more) with you, our readers, that we thought it was right to let you know.And we're like well, we kind of dreamed a project of selling croissants to the people who had their boats in the water like around the village. So I had a little boat, and in the morning I would come and say, ' Do you want croissants for your breakfast? Schuman: Now she's leaving out the part that she told me that by 12 years old, she had this body. I'll need some more later." Doré: I was also with a girlfriend of mine, she was blonde, so you know... Doré: Everyone has a store or a restaurant, or they're like, a shepherd. I'm gonna do it, and show it even if they're bad. Doré: And I was like, ' How long are you going to move those books for?So if you imagine a 14-year-old French girl riding up in a boat, [adopts French accent] "Oh hello, do you want croissants? [laughs] So that was my first job, and I really worked, was really successful. After that I was never the beautiful one or anything. I was like, I couldn't say it at the time, but I was like, ' Mom, three kids. ' Doré: The guy's job was to advise you on what you're supposed to do in your life, and there was a computer, and you had to had to answer some questions. Like, that computer is going to tell me what is going to be my job! I want people to tell me, they're bad, you're never going to be a good illustrator. ' And it would be like 15 times in a row, and then maybe one person would open the door and say, ' Okay, come here, five minutes, okay." And they would look at my book and my portfolio and say, "Uh, you should do this like this." But these little things helped... If it's 200 euros [per drawing], you know, I can make that work. ' Schuman: So writing needs to be totally silent.