Christine Quinn Says It's A "Process" Getting Ready To Film For Selling Sunset
Christine Quinn opens up about her sartorial secrets on Netflix's realtor reality soap Selling Sunset.
Christine Quinn says it’s a “process” getting ready to film for Selling Sunset.
The 33-year-old reality television personality — who has garnered a reputation for her bold looks on the series created by The Hills showrunner Adam DiVello — believes she “understood the assignment” sartorially before her co-stars and co-workers at the real estate brokerage, The Oppenheim Group.
After being asked if she had a “favourite look” from the recent season of the Netflix show she stars on with Chrishell Stause, Mary Fitzgerald and Heather Rae El Moussa, Quinn told Interview magazine: “It’s so hard to choose. I’ll speak to the overall process of getting ready for the show. I’ve understood the assignment from day one, and I think the other the girls really didn’t understand what we were getting into.
"I have a complete wardrobe room, and I pull looks for each week. I go with how I feel that day. Sometimes I’m feeling really sassy, sometimes cute. A lot goes into it, in addition to the two and a half hours of glam. It’s a process.”
Despite this, Quinn is planning to keep her style “casual” while on her international tour to promote her just-out memoirHow to Be a Boss B****, forgoing the expected “live zebra on a leash or something”.
Quinn — who shares one-year-old son Christian with tech entrepreneur husband Christian Richard, 42 — said: “People will expect me to show up in the most glam attire with a live zebra on a leash or something, but that’s not the case. I’m going to be casual at these events, I want to meet people and engage with them and have a fun time.
"I have so many fans that I talk to on a daily basis, so it’s nice to be able to give everyone a big hug, take photos, and talk one on one. I really hope that people love the book. I know they will.”— BANG SHOWBIZ