When people ask how have I kept on top, I have to say with the help of every photographer, make-up artist and hairdresser I've ever worked with.
I don't get out of bed for less than $10,000 a day.
On days when I do not work, I am working on my image. I have to hit the gym. I have beauty appointments. I have to work toward my next job and maintaining my image, just like an athlete.
God help anyone who disobeys my recycling system. I have all the separated bins. I'm very adamant about it because I try to be a good citizen of the world, I really do. I even use eco-friendly cleaning products, but sometimes you just have to break open the disinfectant. Some jobs require it.
I did that Dior Couture 60th anniversary show in July. It took so long to get ready, I think I would have rather been watching.
It was God who made me so beautiful. If I weren't, then I'd be a teacher.
We don't vogue, we are 'Vogue'.
Within two months I made the grand slam: covers of 'American Vogue', 'Italian Vogue', 'British Vogue', and 'French Vogue'.
I can do anything you want me to do so long as I don't have to speak.
I don't diet. I just don't eat as much as I'd like to.
People think modeling's mindless, that you just stand there and pose, but it doesn't have to be that way. I like to have a lot of input. I know how to wear a dress, whether it should be shot with me standing or sitting.
Being a rock star was out of the question. I can't sing.
Hair is the greatest thing to experiment with because it's not permanent. If I didn't like my colour, I'd just change it.
I love, love, love fashion so much. That's why I became a model in the first place.
As long as designers want to dress me, photographers want to take my picture and companies think my face will help their products, then I won't go anywhere until they're done with me.
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