I think what is interesting in life is all the cracks and all the flaws and all the moments that are not perfect.
A film is a great deal about what you see, and the silhouette of a character tells you a lot. I'd love to go into film costume.
I've been wearing jeans all my life. I remember my first denim as a kid because my mum used to buy me OshKosh overalls.
I just wear jeans, big motorcycle boots and T-shirts that are way too big for me. I like anything that has lived a little bit, that has traces of life on it. Knitwear that's a tiny bit too long because you've pulled it with your hands, or jeans that are starting to get holes.
I am interested in costume. Clothes in your daily life are important: your choices say something about you, even if what they're saying is about non-choice. And what you wear in a film is crucial.
I think the people we meet in life and the loves of our lives are very, very important in what we become, like change us - when it's right, probably change us for the best.
Paris is where my family are, but it's not really home now because I have dear friends in London and dear friends in New York.
I actually don't trust anyone who tells me they don't like New York.
I think it is important to pass on the message to young people who are going through a difficult time with friends that it will pass.
If I ever get married myself, it'll be in jeans.
I love fashion, and I've always wanted to do costume design, but I'm in jeans and T-shirts most of the time.
I knew fashion was going to be part of my job, so I thought I might as well have fun with it.
I know London very well.
To embody a character, you have to lose all judgment about them.
When it comes to fame, I am in a very convenient position. I live a very normal life.
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