Sailing is the closest I can get to nature - it's adrenaline, fear, a constant challenge and learning experience, an adventure into the unknown. And of course there is nothing better than wearing the same T-shirt for days and not brushing my hair for weeks.
When I was a kid, everywhere I went people said I should be a model, but I was more into skateboarding.
I am not a big facial person. But I do love a body scrub.
Home is your sanctuary.
I think one of the secrets to modelling is the less you care and the more you're yourself, the more successful you are.
There's an art to making something look good when, on a hanger, it's just a black coat.
I'm not a big planner when I travel; I just feel it out.
I suppose it's the feminist in me, but I didn't always associate modelling with an intelligent career. I used to put myself down for doing it.
The older I get, the less I need. I wear the same jean shorts for the whole week. I'm not running to the store to get the latest bag.
India is such a hospitable country.
I've been taking photographs since I was a teenager, and fashion has taught me a lot more about photography. It's definitely inspired me.
I can't analyse my appeal. If I did, I'd be in a straitjacket.
I've always wanted to break the stereotype of being a model.
When I'm working, I always make time to get exercise into my schedule.
I guess a lot of people don't realise, but I'm always playing a character when I'm working. When you're always having people's images projected on you, who 'Daria' is as a person sort of disappears.
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