Given Coco Zaza's international status, I receive a large number of unsolicited CVs to my inbox. Unfortunately, Coco Zaza's staff (me) doesn't have the capacity to hire a real-person, full-time employee. Frankly, I can't even hire a real-person, part-time employee. I could however, most definitely, hire a free-working, college-credit intern! Oh the joys of internships.
Back to my emails that I've been receiving, most of these emails are of the standard I-work-at-a-low-paying-fashion-job-and-hate-my-life-please-hire-me-so-I-don’t-kill-myself variety. However, sometimes I am contacted by somewhat extraordinary talent from obscure walks of life. I feel obliged to share some of these fascinating backgrounds with all of you.
Most recently, I was approached by a chemist, interested in making a career change. She has accomplished a lot, as you can see from a few points taken from her CV. "I make magical potions.", "I was recently on a sabbatical", "Ayahuasca". There was no explanation on the last point, which leads me to believing that she's some sort of Shaman or maybe she's just "got the power".
Anyways, Chemist Woman, I would love to hire you. You sound like you could teach me a lesson and boy do I like to be taught.
Coco wears an Armani Collezioni Tweed Jacket, Phillip Lim Silk Blouse, Vince Silk Pants, Saint Laurent Paris Heels and a Saint Laurent Universite Crossbody Bag.