I like the fact that I have good old-fashioned British teeth with a big gap.
I didn’t want to miss out on my education to model. I can’t do just modeling.
I used to have a pony but I outgrew it and I do dream that one day I will live in the country and have lots of horses and be like a proper English lady who goes hunting and everything.
Even when my parents were together, they both had to travel and work, and it wasn’t like they had nine-to-five jobs. In that way, it wasn’t a normal family life.
I’m quite dyslexic in school.
I think music influences fashion and has done so for generations.
I still think of my mum as being kind of a dork – a cooler one, but still a dork.
I really never thought about the way I looked until boys came into the picture.
My dad let me figure out what I wanted to do on my own.
My dad has more sparkly stuff than most men.
When I was about 12 and first started wearing lipstick, my dad would ask, ‘Are you wearing makeup?’ I would say back, ‘You’re wearing more makeup there than I am!’
My dad’s not a very intimidating father figure.
Fake tan is really difficult to get right. When I was younger, I’d always do it wrong. I’d leave it on and forget to wash it off. So I embrace being pale. I like getting a tan, but I also think that if you’re going to do it, it has to be gradual. I just work the pale thing now.
Music creates a certain mood and then people dress accordingly. I think it’s all quite closely intertwined.
I wouldn’t even have braces on my teeth. I think they are horrible and this idea that everyone should conform and be perfect is ridiculous.