I am truly honoured to become ambassadress for Yves Saint Laurent. The brand's modern vision of beauty is very inspiring, and I am particularly proud to represent such an audacious archetype of woman.
I think there is something to be said for not feeling like just because you're a model you have to be dressed up, look amazing, go to every party, and be smiling all the time.
I always find Victoria's Secret models a bit weird.
I have a really great show jacket from Lavalliere that's really well made, and I have a great pair of Gucci jodhpurs, which is hilarious.
I have a terrible habit of shopping after I go to the gym or hitting eBay.
I like wearing things that are a bit off but not in a ridiculous 'I'm wearing a huge hat' kind of way. More a socks with sandals way.
I needed to pay for my horses in Warwickshire, and I couldn't do that off a waitress' wage.
I think Stella Tennant is amazing. And then I really loved all those '60s society models, like Edie Sedgwick.
I think TV shows have usurped films!
I wear clothes and sell products and ideas.
I'm not very good at going to parties and looking like I'm having fun.
If I wasn't modelling, I'd probably be an intern somewhere, working for someone who interned the year before me.
Maybe the Burberry woman is undefinable! I think it's less about what she looks like and more about an attitude.
My favourite smell is horses. In fact, most of the time, I do smell like horses.
My role is to embody the Black Opium woman - I suppose you have to be the living embodiment of all the intangible things the brand stands for.
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