When I was growing up, my mother always wore Chanel.
My style is part of the music I like, the bands I see, the people I surround myself with, the places I go to.
My brother and my dad always used to shave their hair, and I remember thinking, ‘Why can’t I do the same?’
I would have never thought that I’d be doing Chanel.
You adapt your look to places you live, where you are and what you are doing.
I can understand when people copy people of the past and make the future their own.
I wish I was more into clothes. I don’t know the current designers.
Some photographers work on the same image for hours and hours and then use the first picture that they took.
If you’re not having fun with your job, it will show.
I like bags that are easy to wear and are pretty to look at. But I don’t like them when they have no space and you can’t put anything in them.
Modelling’s not something I want to do just on its own, but I always want it to be a part of my life.
When I was little, I was such a tomboy – I loved a baggy T-shirt and leggings.
I like to be comfortable. And I think men tend to dress more comfortably than ladies. They can just put on a pair of jeans and a sweatshirt, and I like doing that. Comfort first.
I love ’90s grunge and punk.
I was always into punk, ever since I was 13, but I was into other stuff, too – like, well, the Spice Girls. I really liked Scary Spice.