It would be ridiculous for me to say I am unlucky, but, like any other family and any other girl, I've had my ups and downs.
I never do anything that doesn't feel natural to me. I wake up in the morning and I know what to put on - it's my sixth sense, really.
My home has a split personality. Some of the rooms are very French antique. Think Aubusson rugs, turquoise ceramic jugs, sandbag pillows, and broken birdcages. The other half is very Aztec. Neon ikat fabric pillows, vintage books piled up to the ceiling, and shutters from Bali.
I'm more of a handbag girl; my guilty pleasure is bags. I don't even have a clue how many I own.
I'm normally fairly busy rushing from job to job, so have little time in the mornings for my beauty regime. However, this usually means my hair and makeup is done for me when I get there, which is great!
I love to shut out the world sometimes and hibernate.
I love maxi dresses, I feel so great when I put on a maxi dress, big earrings and sandals.
I always find it difficult to dress in between seasons, but I quite like putting T-shirts on with a vest over the top and another layer so you can peel them back as the day goes on.
I'm always late for things and always feel like I'm rushing.
I'm not used to going out every single night, which you can do in New York.
My mother is the bravest human being I've ever come across.
You could say I'm a bit of a nomad.
A great Dermalogica facial every few weeks, and lots of sleep over the weekend are essentials. I also drink lots of water which really helps to hydrate the skin and keep it looking fresh.
I would say I spend about an hour a day cleansing and moisturising after all of the make-up I've worn on jobs, and on weekends I tend to go bare-faced to give my skin a bit of a break.
It was only when I began modeling at 18 that I really began enjoying fashion and reading any fashion magazine I could get my hands on, and developing a profound respect for designers, fashion and how to wear it.
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