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Sara   /   September 03, 2015

 Source: Tory Daily |  Written By: Tory Daily |  Published On: 3 September 2015 |  Type: Others talk Dianna |  Filed Under: L’Américaine

The daughter of actress Andie MacDowell, Margaret Qualley has been turning heads ever since she came on the scene. She’s hit the runway in countless shows — Chanel; Valentino — and can currently be seen on HBO’s The Leftovers, which returns for its second season next month. On the occasion of her starring turn in L’Américaine (Directed by Dianna Agron), which features Tory’s Paris Collection, Tory Daily got some one-on-one time with her to chat about the film, inspirational words of wisdom and, of course, Paris.

Working on this film interested me because…
Going to Paris, working with a cute French boy who is supposed to be in love with me, hanging out with Dianna, eating chocolate croissants,and making a video inspired by of one of my all-time favorite films, An American in Paris… I don’t know, it was a hard sell.

And working with Dianna was…
Directing seemed to be so easy for Dianna. Whenever a problem arose she seemed to instantly find a solution without comprising her vision. It was amazing. Plus, she was fun. And we laughed a lot.

One fun behind-the-scenes moment from filming…
It was cold outside, so between takes I would wear one of the hotel bathrobes over my clothes. It was kind of funny walking around Paris in a bathrobe and slippers. (The slippers were to avoid wearing heels.)

My pre-filming rituals…
I am always listening to music on set. I make very specific character playlists. I also keep a character journal — I am a dork.

My first time in Paris…
When I was 16 I had this very odd cinematic moment in Paris. I met a boy on a “go see” and we talked in the waiting room and flirted a bit. And then I was called into my meeting and he into his, so we parted. But then later that day I saw him at the train station and he walked up to me and pop kissed me and walked away. It makes me laugh just thinking about it.

And the Margaret Qualley guide to Paris would include stops at…
A visit to my favorite museum, Jeu de Paume, reading A Moveable Feast in Brasserie Lipp as an homage to Hemingway, drinking hot chocolate at Angelina, browsing books at Shakespeare & Company, and visiting ghosts at Père Lachaise.

Memorable moment from my days as a model…
Well, I wasn’t working very much as a model in New York and then my first day in Paris I had a “go see” at Chanel and was hired to walk for them. So, that was very exciting to me. I did a shoot with Karl Lagerfeld in his library after the show and I just remember being so excited that I got to check out all the books while I waited. You ask me for a fun memory of modeling, I tell you about the time I got to hang out in a library. But I swear, it is a remarkable library.

My personal style…
Pretty relaxed.

Greatest influence in my life…
Probably my sister, Rainey. She is one of my soul mates.

Best advice received from my mom, Andie MacDowell…
To breathe.

What’s next…
I just finished shooting The Nice Guys directed by Shane Black. It was my first movie and I got to work with Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling, so that was hugely exciting for me.

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