Not Suitable For Children

At the NIDA gala last year, friend & publicist Jess Carrera organised a very impromptu afterparty where I witnessed the brilliance of Sarah Snook’s dancing 1st hand. So this is where the idea was born to shoot this video, exactly a year ago!

Stills shot by Ben Briand from the video Dance for
Styling: Romy Frydman Hair: Jenny Kim Makeup: Claire Thomson
Sarah Snook wears Gucci

Sarah wears Lanvin from David Jones

Chatting with Sarah Snook…

SS: Hi Romy! How are you?

SMR: Just got back from Paris & I’ve already booked my next flight! You seem to be busy, what are you up to right now?

SS: I’ve been running around doing publicity for my first feature film Not Suitable For Children, which has just been released in cinemas. It’s pretty exciting! And I finished filming my first US feature in May, a horror flick called Jessabelle.

SMR: We both danced the night away at the NIDA gala, what did you wear?

SS: I wore Thurley and the Peeptoe shoes you gave me from the shoot. Labels I also love are Mrs Press, Watson x Watson, Friend of Mine, Gary Bigeni & Magdalena Velevska.

SMR: Where and when do you dance?

SS: Wherever and whenever I can. I’ve been known to throw in a few hop-skip-and-a-jumps on a run, when I thought no one was watching! Do you dance Romy?

SMR: Normally only at the disco but if DJ Zen is playing, anywhere! What’s the best song to dance to?

SS: I think the best song to get me razzed up is probably Call Me, by Blondie. I think because if I could fly, I’d choose that as my flying song.

SMR: Sweet!

The video…

Sarah wears Richard Nicoll Dress from Land’s End

Special thanks to Jessica Carrera from Carrera Press Agency