Love by Design (2014) Movie Script

(relaxing music)
- [Bruno] I think the chair
should be to the left.
- [Assistant] All right.
- Yeah, just a little
to the, no, camera left.
Thank you.
Ah, actually, ugh, just
a little more left.
- [Assistant]
Sorry, sorry, sorry.
- King Kong, out
of the shot please.
Just get out of the
shot, thank you.
Bring the light down
just a bit, just a bit.
- [Assistant] Right there?
- No, leave the chair.
Where's the model?
- Bruno needs the model.
- [Voiceover] She won't
come out of the trailer.
- What?
- [Voiceover] She flipped out.
- Please, no.
- What's wrong?
Where's the fashion editor?
- [Voiceover] She threw
me out, you can try.
- I'll just go and get her.
- [Bruno] Please.
- Where's Danielle?
- [Voiceover] In
the wardrobe truck.
- A little to the left.
- Danielle?
- Yes?
- You're sewing?
- Yeah, she's saving my butt.
- Is the set lit?
- A bigger crisis, the
model won't come out.
- What, we're already
one hour behind.
(static crackling)
- Hello?
- Here this should
be small enough now.
- Okay.
- Ugh, this thing isn't working.
- Thank you, we'll get her
ready in the makeup trailer.
- Okay.
- Do you have any idea
what's going on with her?
- I have no idea.
(car horn honking)
Move, move.
- Coming through.
- [Voiceover] Excuse me.
- [Voiceover] Hey watch it!
- Claire, stay.
- I'm staying!
- What happened?
- Boyfriend breakup.
- Is that it?
Hey Dixie?
- I'm sorry Danielle,
but I can't handle
this photo shoot.
I just can't get it together.
How I am going to
live without Zane?
- Oh sweetie, let's hug it out.
Come on.
- Oh, I'm sorry, I'm getting
make up all over you.
- Oh, that's okay,
that's why I wear black.
But you are gonna
be wearing this.
- Is that my dress?
- Uhuh.
- I love the color.
- It's going to look
stunning on you.
- But I'll still look fat.
- Oh honey, you could
fit your whole body
into one of my thighs.
- (laughs) That's not true.
- I like seeing that smile.
Now, you're not going
to let Zane ruin
your first cover shoot, are you?
- No way, he's an idiot.
- That's the spirit!
I worry about her.
When was the last time she ate?
- I don't know, last August?
- Well, get her a protein bar
and clean up her mascara
as quick as you can.
We don't mind if
she's a little dewy.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- [Hairdresser] You
look lovely, honey.
- Dixie, I'll see you in five.
Perfect, okay, thank you.
- [Hairdresser] Okay, honey,
let's get those
pin curls back in.
- Okay, we're back on.
- Oh, you're my hero.
- When are photographers
going to embrace the fact
that real women weigh
more than 80 pounds?
- I hear that.
- Whoa, hang on there, handsome.
- I need to see Dixie.
- Not on your life, Claire,
park Zane at craft
service, and tell Pam
to get him some flowers
to give to Dixie
after she's finished
the first set up.
- Flowers, cool good
idea, thank you.
- [Danielle] Yeah.
- [Claire] Yes.
(phone ringing)
- [Danielle] Hello?
- [Voiceover] Pumpkin?
- Mom, I can't talk.
- [Voiceover] It's important.
- Is anyone dying?
- [Voiceover] Not yet.
But your grandmother
won't live forever.
- I gotta go.
- [Voiceover] You don't
have one minute to talk
to your mother calling
you from Romania?
- I'm sorry Mom, go ahead.
- [Voiceover] Thank you.
You know your
grandmother's goat?
- Vivien's on her way.
- What?
- She's got the
clients with her.
- Mom, I have to go, bye.
(upbeat music)
Let's go, let's go.
We have to get the first shot
off before Vivien gets here.
Come on.
- Okay, okay, hey!
- Side door, side door.
Claire, intercept!
- Hi, Vivien.
- Oh, how is the shoot going?
On schedule?
- The set's amazing and
the model is perfect.
- Good.
Well, maybe you'd
consider stepping aside
and letting us go in.
- I'm sorry.
- Thank you, come on.
I think you'll be
suitably impressed.
- Okay, Dixie.
We're here and ready.
- Get her into position,
we're running out of time.
- All right, careful.
- [Bruno] Come on.
Get out of the shot, guys.
- All right, Dixie.
You're looking spectacular.
All right, Bruno, shoot it!
- Fantastic.
Stay there, feel the
light in your eyes.
That's fine.
This box represents
a world of mad people
and you're trying to fit in.
- Did she know I was
bringing the clients?
- Yeah, I think so.
- [Bruno] The box can't
contain your beauty.
- Those leggings...
- [Bruno] Burst out of the box.
- As you can see, it's an
Alice in Wonderland theme.
- [Bruno] Beautiful.
That's it, that's it.
- Pretty impressive.
- [Bruno] Hold it, perfect.
- Thank you, sir.
Here's your change.
Hey, buddy, what's happening?
- Wow, pretty hot.
- Thanks.
- Yeah.
Hey, I'd offer to
take you out in style,
but I know you got your big
presentation in the morning.
- It has to be perfect, I
have some stiff competition.
- Oh, who, Elaine?
Please, I hope she crashes
and burns, that witch.
Speaking of, do you know
what she is pitching
in the morning?
- Venice theme,
gondoliers, masks.
- Uh huh, pretty cool, but
I like your idea better.
- You're such a charmer.
- Just being honest.
All right, you've
gotta be up bright
and early in the morning and uh,
no pressure, but you
gotta close this account
because I couldn't bear
to work for Elaine.
- And I love you for that.
Hey, these are for you.
- [Lance] I'm taking one okay?
- [Danielle] Thank you, okay.
- [Lance] You stay strong.
(frolicking music)
- Hmm, what should
I have for dinner?
A vegan feast, how wonderful.
All right, let's get this done.
Let's add a little lens flare.
Hot dress.
(phone ringing)
Hey Claire!
- Danielle, you didn't
send me the presentation.
Vivien is freaking out.
She wants to see it before
it goes to the IT guy.
- Uhuh, five minutes.
- Look, it's perfect as it is.
Please, please, just send it.
- Sending it now.
- And don't forget to bring
the dress for the presentation.
(fabric tearing)
- Oh shoot.
(frolicking music)
Hold the elevator!
Hold the elevator, I'm sorry.
Thank you.
Good morning.
- [Receptionist]
Hi, good morning.
- Hey, thanks for
modeling for me again.
And let's hope those
photos sell it, huh?
- Fingers crossed.
- [Danielle] Yeah.
- [Claire] Danielle!
- [Danielle] Hey Claire.
What's the matter?
- Change of plan, Elaine
is pitching first.
- That's not the
end of the world.
- There's more.
- I'm so excited to show you
up what we've come up with.
So I take you to the
world of Fashion Circus.
With a whimsical and vintage
theme for a backdrop.
All the colors will
be muted vintage.
- She's pitching
the circus theme?
- Except your dress,
which will be featured fully
saturated, so it really pops.
Now, I wasn't sure
if knife throwing
was a little bit
too edgy for you.
- No, we don't want that.
- My thoughts exactly.
- Hey, that's my elephant!
- Yeah, I know.
- Could you get the dress?
- I'm so sorry.
- How did Elaine get my
Power Point presentation?
Cause I know you didn't
give it to her, right?
- Right.
I gave it to Vivien and
Vivien gave it to her.
- Hey baby.
- Did you see this?
- Yeah, that's got
to be a bummer.
- You think?
- Hey.
- [Vivien] Thank you so much.
- [Lance] Great job, great job.
- Vivien, can you
please tell me--
- Hold that thought, Danielle.
I am so glad you
love the concept.
Let's put a dinner on
the books shall we?
Claire, would you arrange
everyone's schedule?
Danielle, I'll meet you in my
office after I finish this.
- Why the look?
- You know very well why.
- They liked your concept
and bought my pitch.
It's a win win.
- I would have never taken
your concept as my own, ever.
- It's just business Danielle,
I wouldn't take
it so personally.
- You have been
trying to undermine me
since the first
day you got here.
I worked months for
that presentation.
- And because of
me it's a success.
- Your humility is amazing.
- And your naivete is boring,
I'm gonna do whatever it takes
to get that corner office,
even if it does mean
stepping over a few bodies.
It's a cutthroat
world, Danielle.
So I suggest, you put
on your big girl panties
and get with the program
or get out of my way.
- I'm talking to Vivien.
You're not gonna
get away with this.
(door slamming shut)
Fashion Circus was my idea.
Elaine was supposed to be
pitching Venice and gondoliers.
- Correct, but yours
was the better idea.
- Exactly, so why
is she pitching it?
- Because she has a better
image for the magazine.
- That's crazy!
You can't just give her my
whole concept just because
I won't squeeze into some
leather Lycra leggings.
- You can't tell me what
I can and cannot do.
Landing this layout for
Beguile Magazine was crucial.
The client loved it,
we landed the account,
and that is why I
am editor-in-chief.
Oh, Lance, Elaine,
please, sit down.
Danielle, that's it for now.
- But I still will
be running point
on this photo shoot, right?
- I've asked Elaine to take
care of the fashion piece.
Danielle, I would like
you to handle the piece
on the new line of femrazors.
- No way.
- The last time I checked,
this was my magazine.
I suggest that you
watch your tone.
- Okay, Vivien, I'm sorry,
I would like to request
that Lance would work
with me on the razor piece.
- No, Lance has requested
to work with Elaine.
- What?
- We discussed it over
dinner, last night.
- Sorry, let's talk
about it a little later.
- No, let's talk never again.
- Children, we have a crucial
layout to put together.
Danielle, if it's okay with you,
we would like to get to work.
- Okay.
You know what, I'm
not okay with this.
And I'm not gonna let Elaine
take credit for my elephant!
- Well go whine to your
mommy if you can't take
a little competition.
- You leave my mother out of
this, you backstabbing witch!
- Don't touch me!
- Call security.
- Out.
- I know how to
exit the building, I
don't need your help.
- [Left Guard] Let's go, Ma'am.
- I thought I'd find you here.
- Yep.
- Hey Ma'am, what
can I get for you?
- What are you drinking?
- A marga-cheater.
- Are you sure you don't want
something a little stronger?
- I'm working my way
up to wheatgrass shots.
- Detox special.
- You bet.
- Look, I'm sorry, Danielle.
I should have warned you
as soon as you walked in.
I need to grow a spine.
- I don't recommend it,
look where it got me.
I'm an idiot, and
now I'm unemployed.
- Okay, let's talk
through your options.
You could call Mode Image.
- I already did.
Vivien has polluted
every fashion magazine
in the Northern
Hemisphere against me.
- Okay, this is bad.
Maybe you need to
cool things off a bit.
Get away somewhere and regroup.
- Go away, like hide?
- I wouldn't call it hiding.
Just getting, off the grid.
- Where?
- Somewhere far, far away.
(phone buzzing)
(anticipatory music)
- Ox cart, ox cart.
(car horn honking)
Oh wow, I'm home.
(goats bleating)
(chickens clucking)
- [Luiza] Danielle!
- Mama!
- My daughter is home!
- [Danielle] It's so
good to see you, Mama.
- Oh, let me see you.
You are beautiful!
A little thin, but
we can fix that.
It's about time that
magazine gave you a vacation.
- Well, it's not
exactly a vacation.
- Come, come.
Grandma and Grandpa
can't wait to see you
Oh, my daughter is home,
you've made me so happy.
- [Group] Surprise!
- Oh, the whole town is here.
- You remember
your Uncle Bogdan.
- [Danielle] Hi, Uncle Bogdan.
- And Aunt Lidia.
- Hi, Aunt Lidia.
- Lidia, Lidia, Lidia,
Lidia, it's okay, it's okay.
This is Stefan.
- [Stefan] Nice to meet you.
- [Danielle] Hi.
- [Luiza] And Oana, second
cousins on your father's side.
They speak English.
- Yes, we do speak English.
- Oh cool, maybe we
can practice sometime?
- Yes, why not, we can.
- Yeah.
- And this is Danielle,
the famous fashion
editor from New York.
- Grandma!
- (cheering) Danielle!
My favorite cousin, I
can't believe you're back.
- Me too.
- What?
- [Both] What, what,
what, what, what, what?
We got the spirit!
- Come, look.
My children, Cristi and Ana.
- [Danielle] Oh wow.
They are so beautiful.
- And my husband, Razvan.
- Hi, Razvan, I've
heard so much about you.
- I'm so proud of you.
New York fashion editor,
and I hear you have a handsome
and successful boyfriend.
- Let's go in the living room.
- Come on, come on, come on.
(cheerful music)
- Welcome home,
Danielle, welcome home.
- No, thank you.
- What's the matter with
you, why aren't you eating?
- Mom, I don't eat
meat, remember?
- Oh, right, have some slanina.
It is just fat
- Yeah, pork fat.
- Don't tell Grandma.
It would kill her, she
thinks it's kosher.
So, when do you have
to go back to New York?
- Mom, I have to
tell you something.
- [Luiza] Yes?
- The magazine let me go.
- What!?
- Ssshht!
Can we keep this
just between us?
- Oh of course, of course.
Here, some stuffed cabbage.
It's a vegetable.
- Stuffed with meat.
- Yeah, right.
To heck with the magazine.
Tell your boyfriend
Lance to marry you
so you can start having babies.
- We broke up.
(speaking foreign language)
- It's all right,
you've worked enough.
You stay here, find
a nice Romanian boy.
Here, try the eggplant, no meat.
- Danielle, you got fired?
- Mom, I told you
not to tell anyone.
- They are not anyone,
they're family.
- [Sofia] That's right, family!
- Yeah.
- [Stefan] It was awesome to
be here, thank you very much.
- Thank you so much, bye bye.
- Go, go, go, oh God!
- Razvan is taking
the kids home.
Let's go, I called us a taxi.
- What, where?
- Out.
- Now?
- Come on, I haven't
seen you in 10 years.
Tonight we celebrate, come.
- Go, go, go, go, have fun!
Yeah, put it on, okay, go.
I need a drink.
(upbeat music)
- I'm still working at
the clothing factory,
but I got promoted to
apparel quality
controller number eight!
- Yay.
- Well, it's not glamorous,
but at least I
have a steady job.
- Which is more than I can say.
- Yeah, well, you never know
what is going to happen.
There are rumors that
somebody might buy the plant.
Yeah, could be a bad thing.
Or maybe it's a good thing
and the new owner will
give us all a raise.
- Let's hope.
- Vlad.
(speaking foreign language)
How about a welcome home drink
for my beautiful single cousin?
- Sofia!
- What?
(upbeat music)
- [Danielle] Thank you.
- Hey, she's single.
- Hey, hey, hey!
- Stop telling everyone.
- Let's find a table.
Oh, hottie alert.
- Where?
Wow, I'm sorry.
Did I do that?
- No, I was aiming
for that picture.
- Are you being sarcastic?
- Just a little bit.
- Hey Adrian, are you
gonna play or what?
- Do you wanna
take a shot at me?
- Nah I'm good, but
uh, see you around.
Why did you walk away?
- Trust me, I'm not
that guy's type.
- Okay, forget about him.
I have a plan for you.
- I'm glad someone does.
- You should stay here and
start your own magazine.
- It's not that simple.
- Well, maybe not,
but just remember,
in Romania, you are a fat fish
in a skinny pond.
- Got that.
(upbeat dance music)
All right, Romania,
the fat fish is back!
(upbeat dance music)
- [Sofia] I didn't say anything!
(goat bleating)
- What was that?
- What?
- I think I woke up the goat.
(frolicking music)
(rooster clucking)
- Good, you're up.
- Oh, not so loud.
- Here, I brought
you salty coffee,
to help you get over last night.
- Thanks.
- Okay.
- Oh...
(calming music)
It's so strange
without Dad here.
- I know, we all miss him.
- Mom, are you all right?
- I am now that I
have my daughter home.
Look, it's a beautiful day.
Do you know what you need?
- Sunglasses.
- No, to stay busy.
- Well, I haven't stopped
since I came here.
- You came home because
you subconsciously
wanted to get back
to your roots.
So, put on some
comfortable clothes,
wash your hands and go
out and milk the goat.
(frolicking music)
- Work with me,
Maloo, work with me.
- Yeah, Grandma, it's
nice to be validated.
(phone buzzing)
- Hello?
- Danielle, I'm
freaking out here.
I screwed up a shoe
order and I'm desperate.
Vivien wanted the Jimmy
Choo fringed sandal
but they sent the color
block gladiator instead.
Now they're back-ordered.
- Claire!
Well, didn't you
hear me calling you?
- I'm sorry, Vivien.
- Well where are the sandals?
- They're on back order.
- Well, what good is that?
- Tell her Enzo is
over-nighting the Sergio Rossi
geometric sandals from Milan.
- Enzo from Milan
is over-nighting the
Sergio Rossi sandals.
You know, the one from
the geometric line?
- Oh, good.
- Thanks for the rescue.
- Why's our dinner not here yet?
- Uh, it will be
here in a minute.
- Did you print
out the mock-ups?
- I don't have the flash drive.
- Elaine?
- Yes?
- Why didn't you give
Claire the flash drive?
- I have it here.
- [Vivien] What
good is that to her?
- I need these in
color and full res.
And don't use the chintzy paper.
- I am in hell.
- I'm sorry, Claire.
How are Lance and
Elaine getting along?
- Oh, they've kind
of become a thing,
but we don't need to go there.
How's everything with you?
- Yeah, I'm fine, I'm
just milking Maloo,
my grandmother's goat.
- (laughs) Funny.
- No, I really am
milking a goat.
(relaxing music)
(speaking foreign language)
- Now we have enough
potatoes to feed
the entire Romanian
wrestling team.
- Good.
- All right, well I'm
gonna go take a bath now.
- Before you do that,
can you run into town
and pick me up some
olives and pickles?
I'm making potato salad.
- Sure.
Be back in a bit.
- Why does she
need the car keys?
- What the heck?
Why isn't it working?
(foreboding music)
Okay, there's no engine.
Hey, my old scooter!
(frolicking music)
- [Veta] Danielle!
- Hi.
- So nice to see you
after all this time!
You are so big.
- Thank you, I think.
- Cosmin!
(speaking foreign language)
Danielle is here!
- Tell me, how can I help you?
- I need some olives
and pickles, please.
- Yes, we have olives here.
- I go get the pickles.
- Okay.
- Okay, thank you.
It's hot, it's hot!
Hot, hot!
- Danielle, no not, no hot.
- Yeah, perfect.
- Pickles.
- Oh, thank you.
Thank you.
- [Veta] You're welcome.
- How much do I owe you?
- It's a gift.
- Oh that's so sweet,
but I'm happy to pay.
- Please take it,
we want to help.
Since you lost your big job.
- Oh...
Thank you.
- [Veta] You're welcome.
(frolicking music)
- [Salesman] Here, chocolate.
- Oh thank you.
- Chocolate, to make
you feel better.
We also heard about
your boyfriend.
- So sad.
(foreboding music)
- [Danielle] Bye!
(cheerful upbeat music)
- Ah, get out of the way!
(bell ringing)
(scooter horn honking)
- I'm sorry, that
was totally my fault.
Are you okay?
Oh, he's cute.
Please don't be dead,
I'm gonna go get help.
You stay here.
(frantic music)
Help, over here, over here!
- Ah, he's back.
- Yeah, where am I?
- Hi.
- It's you.
- I'm Danielle, the one
who ran you off the road.
- That's right.
- [Danielle] You hit
your head on a tree.
- Yeah, you have a pretty
good lump over there.
- Yeah, I can feel that now.
- Okay, how many fingers?
- Three.
- [Doctor] Okay
what's your name?
- Adrian Edwards.
- Good, you should be okay.
Here, ice will help.
- Owh!
(dog barking)
- Ah, that's my next patient.
- You brought me to a vet?
- Yeah.
(calming music)
Are you sure you're okay?
- Yeah, it's just a bump.
- I'm so sorry.
It was the closest medical
facility I could find.
- I suppose I should be
grateful you didn't leave me
on the side of the road.
Do you know what
happened to my bike?
- I'm not sure it
survived the crash.
- Right.
Cause I kind of borrowed that
from the landlord of the pub.
- I hope it didn't have
any sentimental value.
- He did seem rather attached.
- I could try to see if
someone could fix it for you.
- Yeah, that would be great.
If you could, I mean I'm
kinda new around here, so.
- Can I give you ride somewhere?
- You're funny.
Oh, you want me to get on
the back of that thing?
- [Danielle] Yeah.
- I'm not sure I'll
fit in the basket.
(warm music)
I haven't done this
since I was 16.
Hold on.
- You staying here?
- Yep.
- I vaguely remember being
at this pub last night.
- That you were.
Dodging darts and crowd
surfing as I recall.
- That's embarrassing.
- Well, thank you for such
an interesting encounter.
It's not often I'm run
into by girls like you.
- I've got to go take my
mother her pickles now.
And don't worry about your bike,
I'm gonna go take
care of it, okay?
- Pickles.
(calming music)
(scooter engine humming)
- [Sofia] You ran over
the hottie from the bar?
- Yes.
- Is he okay?
- I think so.
- That's good.
You met a nice Romanian boy.
- Actually, he's British.
(speaking foreign language)
- Why do you do this to me?
- What did I do?
- Can you hand me
the mayonnaise?
- Here, Mom.
- Oh thanks.
- Not too much mayonnaise
for me, please.
I'm trying to lose weight.
Razvan is taking me somewhere
special for our anniversary.
- Oh, that's sweet.
What are you gonna wear?
- I don't know.
I have a dress,
but getting into it
is like stuffing a sausage.
- Bring it over, I'll
have a look at it.
- It's already in your room.
Oh, that's too tight.
- Are you sucking it in?
- (gasps) Yes.
- Hold still.
- Well I can't when
you're yanking on me.
- Don't hit me!
- Don't you hit me!
- Don't you hit me!
Look at us, just like old times
when I was the fashion
designer and you were--
- The super model!
Oh, that's depressing.
- [Danielle] I think
the zipper is stuck.
- Oh forget it,
forget it, forget it,
we can have our
anniversary at home.
- No, you and
Razvan should go out
have a romantic dinner.
- I look like a walrus.
Not even this
shapewear can help me.
- Stop it, you have
a fabulous figure.
You're just a little curvy,
like most real beautiful women.
- You mean like a frumpy mother.
- You're not frumpy.
We're gonna go
shopping together.
- I've been shopping.
Designers don't make
dresses for curves anymore.
They only make dresses for
young girls with straight lines.
- I know that all too well.
I could make you a dress.
Something that would make
Razvan's head spin around.
- Really?
- Yeah.
- You'd do that for me?
- Of course.
- Dinner's ready.
Get dressed.
- Mom, this is so good.
I forgot how much I loved
homemade chicken soup.
And you know, I'm gonna
make a dress for Sofia
for her anniversary dinner...
(calming music)
- That's pretty.
- Thanks.
- It's good to see
you sketching again.
- Yeah, I forgot
how much I loved it.
- And I love you.
- Love you too.
- Good night, sweetie.
(calming music)
- Oh hi, Grandpa.
- How's the bike coming along?
- Well, thank you so
much for doing this, bye.
- Bye!
- Hi, where are you going?
- To pick some
fabric to show Sofia.
- Have fun.
- Thanks, bye.
- [Luiza] Bye.
(scooter engine revving)
(calm piano music)
- Wow, this place is impressive.
- Oh, really?
Here, take a look at this.
Would you wear this?
- Well, the workmanship
is pretty darn good,
but the color, and the style...
- And they wonder
why business is down.
- I'm amazed your
people can sew this well
on these outdated machines.
- [Sofia] Yeah.
- They're really
gifted artisans.
- I'll tell them.
- Yeah.
- Everybody!
This is my famous cousin, the
fashion editor from New York.
- [Workers] Hi!
- Ex-editor!
- They don't need to know that.
- [Workers] Oh!
- They really take
pride in their work.
- It shows.
So, I got these swatches
for your anniversary dress.
- Oh.
- And I was thinking
about doing a riff on
the Romanian peasant blouse.
- Wow.
Hey, Oscar, this is
my cousin Danielle.
- [Danielle] Hi.
- Hi, pleased to meet you.
- Oscar is the plant manager.
- Nice to meet you.
- She's designing me a dress.
- Oh, look at you.
- So, what do you think?
- Well, I love them both.
Danielle, you pick.
- Okay, I'll let
you go back to work.
- [Danielle] Okay.
- [Sofia] Peace, bye.
- [Danielle] Bye everyone, bye
Oscar, nice to meet you, bye.
(relaxing music)
You're awesome, thank
you so much, Grandpa.
(phone ringing)
- Yeah, I'm looking at
the spreadsheet now.
Where are you?
- [Voiceover] London,
these numbers are abysmal.
We have to offload it.
- Look, hang on a minute, I'm
still assessing things here.
- [Voiceover] You can
assess all you like,
but it's bleeding money.
- [Danielle] Adrian!
(bicycle bell ringing)
- I have got a mountain
of paperwork still
to go through.
I just need a little
bit more time.
- [Voiceover] Why are
you stalling, Adrian.
- I'm not.
- [Voiceover] Well, I'm
not waiting around forever
for you to make
a decision on it.
- Look, Beatrix,
can I call you back?
Okay, bye.
Hi there.
- Hi.
- You fixed it?
- Yeah.
- I didn't tell the landlord
'cause he'd kick me out
on my butt.
- (laughs) Yeah, well, my
Grandpa is surprisingly handy.
- You'll have to
thank him for me.
- I will.
- I was just about to
have a bite to eat.
I don't suppose you'd
care to join me?
I hear they do a wonderfully
mediocre fish and chips.
- Sure, why not.
(relaxing music)
- So, how did you
end up in New York?
- Well, I moved there
to go to college
and decided to stay.
My mom came to visit
me a few times,
but I haven't been
to Romania since.
- Really, why not?
- My job was really competitive
and then when I was
made fashion editor,
the thought of taking a
vacation, was terrifying.
But I sound pathetic with
all these excuses, don't I?
- No, no, not at all.
Work has been a big
priority in our family.
- So what's your story?
- I live in London,
but I've got a new job
sort of taking care
of the family business, since...
My father passed away last year.
- I'm sorry to hear that.
- Nah, it's all right.
We weren't as close as perhaps
we should have been,
but still it's been a,
it's been a big adjustment.
Now I'm over here
sorting out some of
his real estate holdings,
which is proving
a little bit daunting.
(speaking foreign language)
- Thank you.
(speaking foreign language)
- (speaking foreign
language), right?
- That's very good,
(speaking foreign language).
- Well, that is a pretty
pathetic bowl of salad.
Would you like some
of my fish and chips?
- No thanks, I'm a vegan.
- Really?
Well, that is unacceptable,
especially coming
from a Romanian.
- Look, I insist
you must try a chip.
- All right, okay, why not?
- Hmm?
- That was really good.
- Right, now you must
try a piece of fish.
Didn't know what you
were missing, did you?
- You want some of my salad?
- No, I try to keep away from
anything that's good for me.
- I'm sure it has no
nutritional value.
- Well, then in that
case, absolutely.
- Here.
- You sneaky devil.
Give it to me, give it to me.
(door opening)
- [Danielle] Hi.
- Hello, Danielle.
What's that look?
- What look?
- You are all googly eyed.
- I am not googly eyed.
- So, how was dinner?
- Dinner was nice.
- What did you eat?
- Me? Fish and chips.
- [Luiza] She had
fish and chips.
- Yeah, I decided not
be a vegan anymore.
Oh, and Adrian says thank
you for fixing his bike.
- (speaking foreign
language) She's a goner!
- [Danielle] I heard that!
Mom, have you seen
my sewing machine?
- Did you look in your closet?
- Yeah, it's not there.
- Maybe it's in the guest room.
Let's help her look.
(calming music)
- When did you do all this?
Where's the guest bed?
- Grandpa and Bogdan
put it in the cellar.
- You turned it into
a design studio.
- Yes Grandma, I love it.
Thank you.
Are these mine?
- From when you were a teenager.
I've kept them all.
- I love it, thank you.
- You've always loved sewing.
Now you have your own place,
where you can create
something beautiful.
- This makes me very happy.
(acoustic guitar music)
- How's it going?
- It's going great.
- Would you like a coffee?
- Yeah, a strong one.
- Okay.
(relaxing music)
- Come here for a second.
- Wow, this is beautiful!
- Bravo Danielle!
Sofia, you are a vision.
(speaking foreign language)
(phone buzzing)
- This is very nice.
- It's Adrian.
- Answer!
- Hello?
- Hey there, it's your
friendly carnivore.
- Oh hi.
- Have I caught
you at a bad time?
- No, not at all.
- I was calling to see if
you fancied an adventure?
- Adventure?
- I wondered if you'd
wanted to go for a hike.
- A hike?
- Great, I'll pick you
up tomorrow morning
at nine o'clock.
- Perfect.
- Bye.
- See you soon, bye.
- He asked you on a hike?
- Yeah.
- It's not sexy,
but at least it's something.
(relaxing music)
- Yeah, uhm, thank you.
(speaking foreign language)
(door knocking)
- Hi.
- [Luiza] Hi.
- I'm Adrian.
- And I'm the mother.
- Pleasure to meet you.
- Danielle!
Your friend is here.
- Oh hi.
- [Adrian] You ready?
- Yep.
Bye, Mom.
- Bye.
- Bye.
- Bye.
Definitely not
Romanian, but cute.
- Come on.
We're almost there now.
- Thank God.
- Now that,
is an incredible view.
What a beautiful
country you have.
- It is, and I wish I
could breathe right now
and enjoy it with you.
And thanks for pulling
my fat butt up this hill.
- I rather like your fat butt.
- Oh, come on.
- No serious.
I like everything about you.
- Really?
- Have you got your
breath back yet?
- I think so.
- Good.
(romantic music)
- And they said
hiking wasn't sexy.
Thank you.
You fit a lot into
that little backpack.
- Well, as it happens, I
used to be a boy scout.
- I didn't know
London had boy scouts.
- Hmm-mm, we used to
go for expeditions
in the Brecon Beacons.
Sitting around campfires,
toasting marshmallows
and singing Ging Gang Goolie.
- Sounds like fun.
- It was, I love
the countryside.
I mean, look at
it, it's stunning.
Everyone's so content here.
It's a real sense of home.
- Romania is a
very special place.
How long are you
planning to stay?
- I don't know.
I can work from
pretty much anywhere.
It's not like I have
anything to go back for.
Or anyone, for that matter.
I rather enjoy my
time here with you.
- Me too.
(romantic music)
(door knocking)
- [Sofia] Hi Luiza!
- Hi.
- Is Danielle back yet?
- No, she is still mountain
climbing with Adrian.
Come on in, I made cake.
- Thank you, come girls.
- Come in the living room, come.
- Take off your jackets
and have a seat.
- Girls, I want you to
meet my Great Aunt Zoya.
- Aren't you all
supposed to be working
at the factory today?
- Yeah, but they gave our
shifts half the day off.
Some inspectors are coming
to check the building
and appraise the machines.
And I think the silent
partners are rearing
their ugly heads.
- They are not going
to close the plant.
It would throw half the
village out of work.
- From your mouth to God's ears.
- They're back!
She has that look
on her face again!
- Yeah, she kind of never
liked leaving the house.
She's so strict.
- Hmm-mm.
- And so does he.
- I had a really nice time.
- Me too, me too.
I don't suppose you're free
for dinner tomorrow night?
- Actually, I am.
- Great.
(frolicking music)
- Danielle, your cousin
is here with some people.
- Okay.
- Do you want to stay for
cake, it's apple walnut.
- I would love to, but I
have been playing truant
all morning, I should
probably go to work.
- Come on, I'll get you
a piece to take with you.
Come, come in, come.
Come, please, come.
- It smells great in here.
- Thank you.
- Hi!
- [Girls] Hi!
- Sofia!
Everyone, this is Adrian.
- [Girls] Hi!
- Hi.
- I'm Sofia, hi.
- Nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you too.
- This is my Grandma.
- Hi there, Grandma.
- And they work with me at the
clothing manufacturing plant.
They all saw my
anniversary pictures.
- Oh how was that?
- Amazing.
Razvan really loved the dress.
I think he ripped it a little
but we'll talk about that later.
So now everyone wants a dress.
- That's great.
- Lovely to meet
you all, ladies.
- Bye!
Oh Danielle!
So, who wants to
get measured first?
- I'll go first!
- Me!
- 40, waist, 69.
For height, got 83.
45, 69.
Shoulders, 47.
77, 80.
- [Sofia] 80.
- This is really pretty.
What I like is this border here.
Do you have any more of this?
Got something to
say, don't make a sound
As long as we're here then
I'm yours for the night
If no party's over
I'll be out of sight
I can't lose
attention until the time
This night out, the
retail is coming alive
Let's try it on you.
That's it.
- I'm hot.
- Now relax, just relax,
just loosen up, yeah?
- Okay.
Cause I'm seeing the
rhythm, I'm seeing the rhythm
I'm seeing the rhythm
- Work it!
Move, move.
Now look at me,
look at the glow.
You're fierce.
- These are
incredible, Danielle.
- Really?
- Yeah.
- Grandpa, light it up.
You wish that
you could be my man
But when midnight
comes it's all pretend
If no party's over
I'll be out of sight
I can't lose
attention until the time
This night out, the
retail is coming alive
I'm seeing the rhythm,
pay close attention
(goat bleating)
Because I'm seeing the
rhythm, I'm seeing the rhythm
- So, Adrian, how do
you like Romanian food?
- You could teach my
mother a thing or two.
But if you tell her that though,
then I will hunt you down.
- Sofia, did the girls
like their dresses?
- They are going crazy.
- I've been trying to
talk Danielle into showing
the photos to someone
at her magazine.
- It's a good idea.
No, yeah, it's a good idea.
- It's not my
magazine, remember?
- There must be someone
over there you can talk to.
- Yeah.
- I'll think about it.
- She'll think about it.
To Danielle!
- [All] To Danielle!
(speaking foreign language)
- [Danielle] Hey Claire.
- Holy boho, you designed
all these clothes?
- Yes.
- They are outrageous,
who made them?
- I did and my mom
made the headpieces
and my grandma made
the embroidery.
- I adore this collection.
- It's not a collection.
- It needs to be.
- [Danielle] Really?
- I wouldn't blow
smoke about something
as sacred as fashion.
- Thanks Claire.
I'll get right on it.
- That-a-girl.
- All right, bye.
I'm gonna need three
yards of this fabric.
- [Fred] Hey Adrian,
sorry I'm late!
- What do you call this, Fred?
- I'll be right back.
- I'll meet you inside.
- [Danielle] Hi.
- Hi.
- You are looking
quite handsome.
- Thanks.
- Are you okay?
- Yeah, I just got
some upsetting news
about some business stuff.
- Oh, I'm sorry.
- It's all right.
Listen, I'm going to
have to cancel our
dinner plans this evening.
- Sure, no problem.
- Well, I've got to run.
- [Danielle] Okay.
- I'll call you later.
(sad music)
- Wow, Danielle,
these are beautiful!
You should be really proud.
- What's going on?
- Nothing.
I just ran into
Adrian the other day
and he was acting kind of weird.
- Weird?
- Yeah.
I'm sure it was work related,
but he hasn't called since.
- Men are strange sometimes.
Just give him a few
days, he'll resurface.
And you should
take a break here.
- No, what I need,
is to get this done.
- You're obsessing.
Come on, let's grab
a pizza in town.
Come on, come on,
come on, come on.
You're gonna love this place.
- [Danielle] Yeah?
- They have the
best pizza in town.
- Hi.
- We're gonna have
two pizzas to go.
I'll have a margarita.
- Sure.
- And one for me as well.
- Sure.
- Thanks.
I'm starving.
- Oh, Danielle!
- [Danielle] Oh my God!
- This...
Ah, that's me!
- [Danielle] Yeah!
- That's me!
I'm in the magazine!
How did this happen?
- Claire.
Vivien's clever and
wonderful assistant.
She sent my photos to
Beguile's biggest competitor.
- That's amazing!
That's wonderful, Danielle!
- Yeah!
- Breakout fashion
designer Maloo
spotlights the real woman with
Romanian Folk
inspired collection.
How did we get scooped on this?
- It must have been a
last minute addition.
They must have pulled something
and replaced it with this Maloo.
- I don't even know
anything about this person.
- How could we not know?
We are Beguile magazine.
We break new designers.
We set the trend others follow.
Will somebody please find
out who this Maloo is?
- Maloo?
You named your clothing line
after your grandmother's goat?
- Claire must have
used another name
since I'm on the
fashion blacklist.
- Oh, that's funny.
Oh, not that you're
on the blacklist.
- I got that.
- Thanks.
- Well, I mean, this
is very disappointing.
I mean if somebody
is going to have
the audacity to
spotlight the real woman,
that should be us
setting the trend.
Claire, get in here.
- I thought you weren't
interested in pandering to
overweight women too
lazy to work out.
- Don't you ever repeat that.
This demographic has
obviously become relevant.
Claire, I want you
to find the rep
and invite Maloo and his
or her people for dinner.
We're days away
from Fashion Week
and we want to make
sure that we have
this designer in my hip pocket.
- Is Maloo invited
to Fashion Week?
- Well, if not, have
Richard make it happen.
I want to make sure that Beguile
dominates the front
row of this show.
Go on.
- I'm on it.
- [Vivien] Go on.
- [Claire] You saw?
- Yes.
- I can't talk right now.
Vivien's blown a
head gasket when
Mode Image scooped
her on your layout.
- Does she know
Maloo is really me?
- No, are you kidding?
And get this!
Beguile is sending an invite
to Maloo for Fashion Week.
So you better book that
flight to New York ASAP.
- Okay, okay, okay,
bye, bye, bye, bye.
- What?
- I'm going to Fashion Week.
As a designer!
- Oh my God, oh my God!
- This is surreal.
I can't wait to tell Adrian.
It was his idea to send the
photos in the first place.
- Yeah.
- But, how am I going to get
everything organized on time?
- Well, we can pick
up all the dresses
you made for the girls.
- That's a great idea!
- Yeah!
- I need to get to New York,
organize the production,
hire the models, hair, make-up.
- Isn't it exciting?
- It's terrifying.
- I know.
Oh, there is the
restaurant Razvan
took me to for our anniversary.
- Oh.
- It's so romantic.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
Hello, doggie.
- He's there.
- Who?
- Adrian.
- (gasps) Oh hell!
- I knew something was wrong.
- Hang on, let's not
jump to conclusions.
- He was holding her hand!
- You're right, he was.
- In my mind, we weren't
seeing other people.
- Well, maybe he has a
different way of thinking.
Do you wanna go back in there?
- Yes.
- I mean no, wait, I need
to think for a second.
- Okay.
- No, I don't wanna go inside.
Let's get the dresses.
- Oh!
(sad music)
(speaking foreign language)
- [Voiceover] May I help you?
- I was calling to see if the
flight is leaving on time.
- [Voiceover] And
your destination?
- Bucharest to JFK.
- [Voiceover] Can
you hold please?
- Sure, I'll hold.
- Mom?
- Yeah.
- What is Grandma doing?
- Salting the house, to
keep entities at bay.
- What for?
- I don't know.
There's a lot of stuff
going on around here.
Better to be safe.
- [Voiceover] Your flight
is leaving as scheduled.
- Okay thanks.
(phone buzzing)
- Have you even talked to him?
- No, I don't wanna talk to him.
- You're sure?
- Yes.
Have you seen my headpieces?
- All packed.
Honey, be excited.
This is your dream come true.
- Yeah, you're right, it is.
- Yeah.
- Hey, hey, hey,
inspector number eight
is in the house.
What's wrong with you all?
- Sofia, did you see this?
- Oh no.
This can't be good.
(sad music)
- Attention ladies, gents.
Please shut down
the machines for
a special meeting on the floor.
Gather around.
That's it.
So, before I begin, I just,
I want you to know how very
proud and honored I am,
to be the manager of this plant.
I couldn't have asked
for a better team.
Now, I know there's been
a lot of speculation
so I am just gonna
come out and say it.
The owners of Euro
Clothing Manufacturers
have made a decision,
based on the profit
and loss of this plant.
The plant will close
effectively in 30 days.
(speaking foreign language)
It wasn't my decision.
It's come down
from the top, so...
- I can't believe this.
I've seen that woman.
- Hello.
As co-CEO of Edwards Industries,
I'd just like to say,
how appreciative we are
of all your past efforts,
so we will be offering you
three months' severance
to help ease your transition
into alternate employment.
- There is no alternate
employment for us.
This plant has supported our
village for two generations.
- I understand, and, this
was a very difficult decision
for our company to make,
but nonetheless, this plant
is no longer a viable asset.
Thank you for your
attention, and please see
your plant manager
for more information
regarding your severance checks.
- Adrian, what are
you doing here?
Are you part of this?
- I'm so sorry, Sofia, I
must catch up with my sister.
I will explain
everything, I promise you.
- His sister?
- Thank you, gentlemen and
I will see you on the 12th.
- [Both] Okay.
- Can you get the papers
to legal before my meeting?
- Bea, Beatrix!
What are you doing?
I've got three more months here.
- I had a conference
with the board
and they've changed their mind.
- You do realize this
entire town was built
on our father's legacy?
He committed to these people.
- But the China Factor has
completely changed the industry.
We have to adapt.
- Say what you want about China,
but these people are
turning out a product
they actually care about.
High quality can set us apart.
If you give me the time
that we've agreed on--
- You are not helping these
people by dragging this out.
It's better to do
things swift, clean
so they can move on
with their lives.
We can talk about this
when you get home,
but right now, I have
to catch a plane.
- You can't do this
without my signature.
- The board overruled
you, airport please.
(phone buzzing)
- Hello.
- Danielle.
They are closing down the plant.
- Oh no, Sofia, I'm so sorry.
- Remember that woman
we saw Adrian with
at the restaurant?
She's his sister.
And he co-owns the
manufacturing plant with her.
- What?
- Yes, Adrian knew all this time
they were going to shut it down,
and he didn't say a thing.
- I don't believe this.
(door knocking)
- Oh, it's you.
- So you've heard the news?
- Sofia called.
- I realize it must
sound terrible.
- Yes.
- I was here to see if I
could turn the factory around.
- Oh, I guess it didn't work.
- No.
The board pulled the plug on
me, but I'm not giving up.
Look, is Danielle here?
I desperately need
to speak to her.
- She left for New York.
- New York?
- She's showing her clothing
line at Fashion Week.
- You're kidding?
That's fantastic news.
- She's very upset with you.
Why did you keep so
many secrets from her?
- I know this must
sound kind of crazy,
but all my life I've just
been the son of one of
the Forbes 500, Adrian Edwards,
but then I came here and no
one made that connection,
I was just Adrian, and
then I met Danielle,
and then I had this chance
at a real relationship.
- What other kind of
relationship is there?
- You'd be amazed at how
fascinating I suddenly
become to women when they
discover my net worth.
- Then, you don't know Danielle.
- But I do now, I'm sorry.
- You better come in.
(upbeat music)
- [Agent] Yeah, tell them
Danielle is the designer Maloo
and I'm her press agent.
Great, bye, Danielle?
- Yes?
- Okay, so, to recap.
We're gonna do a
quick meet and greet
with the press right
before the show.
- Actually, I prefer to meet
the press after the show.
I want them to see
the collection first,
if that's okay with you.
- All right, sure,
that's your call.
- Now, this is the
mystery collection
from a designer named Maloo.
- Everyone is gonna
show up tonight.
I mean I got Fashion
TV, Beguile, Mode Image,
all the major buyers
have already RSVP'd.
It's gonna be a full house.
Take a look.
- We don't know
who he or she is.
All we know is this
is the show that...
- So could you pull
past the main entrance
and over to the side?
- [Announcer] And now with
us, is fashion editor Drake.
Drake, how are you tonight?
- Pretty cool.
- [Danielle] Wow.
- Big crowd.
Come on, let's go.
(upbeat music)
- Yeah, perfect.
- Excited?
- [Danielle] Yes, very.
- Well you should be.
Oh, wait a minute.
Wait, wait, wait, wait.
You'll get all the photos and
interviews after the show.
Ben, are you here?
- Right here, Danielle?
- Hi.
- Great, right this way.
- Yeah.
- All right, I'll be
up front, good luck.
- Thank you so much.
- Welcome to New
York Fashion Week.
- Are all the models here?
- Yes.
- Wow.
You're looking great.
- [Model] Hi, Danielle.
- Hey, hi.
Martina, how you feeling?
- Fine, and you?
- [Voiceover] I need the
hairspray, hairspray please.
- Hi.
- Hi Mia, that's perfect.
Hi Dixie.
- Hi Danielle.
- How are you?
- Oh, I'm fine.
- Good.
- Okay I know, I'm going,
but, I brought her flowers.
- All right, come on, come on.
- See you later, Dix.
- Okay, bye Zane.
- [Zane] Good luck, good luck.
- Thank you, thank you.
- [Ben] All right,
we're on in 15!
(frolicking music)
- Hello darling, call me.
- Vivien.
You look amazing.
As always.
- Thank you, Drake.
- I can't believe they
sat Vivien next to
Drake of Mode Image.
- Right.
- Okay, can I have a
little bit of burst here?
And, Mia, I need a little
bit of black powder.
- Okay.
- Hmm-mm.
- This should be interesting.
- Hmm.
- Okay, I can't find this
designer anywhere in here.
- No one has seen her.
It's got to be a marketing thing
- Did Maloo preview
the collection for you?
- No.
To you?
- No.
- Ready, Danielle?
- Good luck, you look perfect.
(upbeat music)
- Okay, Maloo, let's
see what you've got.
- [Danielle] Perfect.
- [Ben] She's fine, she's fine?
- [Danielle] Yeah.
- Good, good.
And go.
(upbeat music)
- Ssshht, ssshht!
- [Ben] Go.
- [Dixie] It's broken.
- What's wrong, the belt?
- [Dixie] Yeah.
(upbeat music)
- [Ben] Come on, darling.
(upbeat music)
- I like that.
- [Dixie] It's hanging down.
- Yeah, that's fine,
that's fine, just go,
yeah, yeah, just go.
- [Ben] Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- Okay, go, go, go.
(upbeat music)
- Oh Danielle is a genius!
- Wow.
- This is my dress,
this is my dress!
(speaking foreign language)
- And go, go.
- [Dixie] Oh my God,
Danielle, the skirt!
- Don't panic, I will fix it.
- [Dixie] Ah, it's stuck.
- [Ben] Come on,
come on, come on.
- [Dixie] Oh my
God, I have to go!
- Dixie, is she coming?
- Yeah, she's
ready, she's ready.
- [Ben] Come on Dixie.
- That one.
(upbeat music)
(serene music)
- Danielle is Maloo?
- Yeah.
- I think I'm gonna be sick.
(serene music)
- [Drake] Wow Vivien, she
is wonderful isn't she?
(serene music)
(bottle popping)
- [Back Model] Cheers!
- Cheers.
- Oh my God!
That was so awesome!
- I have you to thank.
You were the one
that made it happen.
- No!
You did!
Look, I know you're busy,
I'll see you out there okay?
- Absolutely.
- Claire.
- You were great.
Beautiful, thank you.
- Look at you.
The toast of the town.
- Hi, Lance.
- Congratulations.
You did it.
And you should have seen
the look on Vivien's face.
I mean, it was priceless.
So, how is the sweet
taste of revenge?
- That wasn't my intention.
- Doesn't matter.
You stunned her and the
entire fashion world.
And I'm proud of you, kiddo.
- Thanks.
- I missed you.
- Was that before or
after the show was a hit?
- Okay, I deserve that.
Let's get a quiet
dinner somewhere.
Somewhere nice and romantic.
I can eat crow and
apologize properly.
- Apology accepted,
but I'm afraid
I'm not available tonight.
- Excuse me, Danielle.
I need you for the
step and repeat.
The press is going
through the roof,
they loved your show.
You're gonna change?
- Oh, of course.
- [Agent] Okay.
- Yes.
- So, tomorrow night maybe?
- Sorry Lance, bye.
(cheerful music)
(reporters chattering)
- Drake, come over
here, my friend.
How are you, good to see you.
- Hey good to see you.
- The rumor on the street is,
is that you are the
one that discovered
Danielle, is that true?
- Oh, oh, ssshht, they are
talking about Danielle.
- Yes.
- You did.
- Yes.
- Here's Vivien Thompson,
editor from Beguile Magazine.
It's complete madness here.
We hear Danielle was a
former employee of yours.
Did you help her,
inspire her, something?
- No.
- Well, anyway, you
look amazing, as usual.
Thank you very much, Vivian.
Vivian Thompson, from
Beguile Magazine.
Live from the red carpet.
And here she is.
Danielle, the designer of Maloo.
How does it feel?
- There is she is, my baby girl!
- Danielle, you just shocked...
- Danielle, can we get a
picture of you with Vivien?
- Go ahead, Danielle, go ahead.
- Danielle, I don't
say this often,
but I was wrong about you.
Maybe Beguile is
the one that needs
the attitude adjustment.
- Thank you, Vivien, I know
that wasn't easy for you.
- I don't suppose you'd be
willing to give us an exclusive.
- As a matter of fact I would.
But I need to ask you
something in return.
- [Vivien] Well,
what would that be?
- Consider Claire
for my replacement.
- Claire, my assistant?
What makes you think
that she has the stuff?
- She discovered Maloo.
- That clever little minx.
- Hey.
- Where were you?
- I was uh--
- You were back stage with
Danielle, weren't you?
- Just saying hi.
Wait, Elaine.
Elaine, come on!
- Claire, I'd like a
few words with you.
- Yes, Vivien.
- Congratulations
you're promoted.
- [Reporter] Danielle, can
I talk to you for a second?
- Of course.
- [Reporter] You've got
to be so exited tonight.
- Yes I am.
- Okay, the big
buzz is your use of
different sized models.
What gave you the
inspiration for that?
- Well, the beautiful factory
workers in my hometown.
- Oh, we're the girls,
we're the girls!
- Are you gonna stay
here in New York
or are you gonna go back home?
- I haven't had a chance
to think about that yet.
- Okay.
- [Adrian] What
about manufacturing
the clothing line in Romania?
- I was hoping to, but sadly,
I've gotten word that the
plant is being closed down.
- [Adrian] That's
not exactly correct.
- I'm sorry?
- As it happens.
- [Right Reporter] Hey,
excuse me, excuse me, sir.
- One of the owners
was able to turn
the board around
on that decision.
- Really.
- Adrian, she's with Adrian!
- What would you
say if this owner,
was to stay in Romania
and to make Maloo the head
of design of the factory?
- I would have to say...
Yes, I would love that job.
- They are not going
to close the factory!
- So, what do we do now?
- Kiss her, kiss her!
- [Reporters] Kiss her,
kiss her, kiss her.
- Let's give the
people what they want.
(romantic music)
(romantic music)
(upbeat music)
I see you just
about every other day
Sometimes you'll look at me
At times you turn away
There's one little thing
I think you should know
I'm just the girl
to change your world
The girl next door
you're looking for
Turn around, I'm right here
I'm just the girl
to change your world
Yeah, yeah
Don't need to make a scene
Don't need to show it off
Cause I got everything
More than you can dream
You'd better hope,
I'll still be around
I'm just the girl
to change your world
The girl next door,
you're looking for
Take notice
I'm right here
I'm just the girl
to change your world
Should you decide to go
And finally make your move
I'm here to talk about it
No need to scream and shout it
Cause I don't really mean
To go and make a scene
That's not how
I see you and me
I'm just the girl
to change your world
The girl next door,
you're looking for
Turn around, I'm right here
I'm just the girl
Oh oh
The girl
The girl to
change your world
(relaxing music)
(cheerful music)
(frantic music)