I was of the type who gets bullied rather than the one who does the bullying, which I'm glad about. I'd rather be that than a bully.
Don't overpluck your eyebrows. A make-up artist told me this once, and I've always remembered it.
I love yoga. I don't do it as much as I'd like to, but I feel wonderful when I do.
I'll always try to follow my heart into things I love, and modelling is not something I'm dreaming of pursuing forever.
If I'm anywhere close to where I can hike or swim, that's my favourite thing to do.
In British culture, redheads get teased at school. But I've grown up enough to realize I love my hair.
I found going to school when I was modeling very grounding. It's really kept my perspective on bigger things in my life.
It's hard to appreciate the importance of the rainforest because it seems so far away, but it's vital to the survival of the planet as we know it.
It doesn't make me very happy to be on my computer all the time. I've never been drawn to that world.
I think the media are so hypocritical a lot of the time in the way they chastise something just so that they can print it again.
Talent is crucial. It needs to be driven by motivation, but blind ambition isn't the key.
Acting is something I've done since I was six years old, performing for my mum and my family in the living room, and I do it because my heart's in it.
Im just a lipgloss, blush and mascara kind of girl. I like playing with a bright lipstick or a heavy eye... But not together!
I love beautiful things; I like having nice clothes, and I can appreciate why other people do - but I've also started to learn more about the impact of what we buy: how things are made, how much you buy and the quality of everything.
I kind of see clothes a bit like role-playing, depending what mood I'm in.
I think a lot of the most interesting work in art and in films are often kind of polarized opinions and affect people in very different ways, which may be less successful commercially, but they elicit a dialogue that's quite interesting.
I part-own a bookshop for some strange coincidence of reasons, and it is one of the best things I part-own in my life, or own in my life. I do not know, it just feels great.
The need to protect the environment has emerged as an undeniably important priority for me.
Production chains, how consumers can drive change: all these things may seem at odds with fashion, but arguably, they're not.
America has had an influence on me, as has going out with a Cuban-American guy and having lots of American friends. But I am still fundamentally British and speak with a British accent and feel very English.
It's not that I don't believe in creativity and innovation and new ideas, and the creativity that comes with fashion, which I really respect. But one of my biggest concerns is just how cheap we expect everything to be.
I would like better colouration of my legs, like a little less of that English mottled purple thing that makes it necessary to wear tights all the time.
I think models have a lot less power than they did in the '80s, when there were, like, only 10 supermodels who could dictate the rules, whereas now there's so many, and that changes the power dynamic and makes it a more insecure business.
There's an inherent contradiction between appreciating the beauty of clothes and creativity and individuality, and the waste around the ideas of trends and seasons.
Modelling, fashion and film have all encouraged me to learn more about issues and to feel empowered enough to do something about them.
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