Posted September 15, 2018 07:00:11I was 17 years old when I went to visit my mum for the first time.
It was a Saturday afternoon and she’d had lunch with her friends, but I wasn’t there.
It felt strange to have a meal with her alone, so I left a note for her to come and pick me up.
I told her I had been thinking about her a lot lately, and was curious to see how much she knew about the fashion industry.
She wrote back a couple of weeks later: “Hi, I know what you mean.
I just came back from Paris, and you’re a fashion stylist now.”
I’d always been interested in fashion, and when I got my first job as a fashion model at the age of 16, I was hooked.
I was always trying to be the best I could be, to make my mark on the world.
I felt I could have made the perfect stylist, but what I was really doing was becoming a fashion expert.
At the time, the world was still very new to me.
I didn’t have the vocabulary, and my mum was still learning to speak French.
I remember telling her that she should become a model.
My mum was delighted, and I knew that this was the right choice for me.
She got a job as an assistant in Paris, which was the first job she’d ever had in her life.
She’d become a fashion photographer, and her first clients were the very young models who came to her in the early days of the fashion scene.
She was just a really great mum.
My first job was in Paris for a fashion show.
It wasn’t exactly glamorous, but it was the beginning of my fashion career.
I’d never worked in a fashion shop before, so the experience was really different.
It’s the most important part of my career: the work I do.
At the time I was working on a magazine cover, which meant that the photographers didn’t get paid.
But it’s really important that I get paid and I had to be on the cover.
I worked my socks off.
It taught me a lot about how to behave in a very stressful environment.
When I moved to New York, my career took off.
By that time, I’d already had five models working for me, including a few clients.
I made the cover of a magazine for The Fashion Journal, and that was the turning point for me in terms of becoming a professional model.
The most important thing to me is that I don’t make money.
I make it for my mum, my family and myself.
I feel lucky to be able to make a living out of my work.
I’m a very honest person, and always try to tell the truth, but also, I try to be kind to people.
I feel very lucky.
I had a really good time in Paris and then went to Paris for the opening of my modelling career.
It gave me a chance to experience the world in a new way.
It also gave me the chance to develop my modelling skills, and this is what really helped me to develop into the person I am today.
What is the difference between modelling and fashion?
The difference between models and stylists is that there’s no money involved.
When a model is a model, there’s money in their pocket.
Fashion is more of a lifestyle, but not as big as modelling.
There’s no need for money in that sense.
Fashion shows are a great opportunity for people to meet each other.
I can go in and say hello to any client and make them feel at ease.
If I was an actress, I might go to a party and meet a client, and we could then go to the dressing room and meet them.
It makes you feel like you’re in the club.
What are some of the things you’ve done to help yourself as a designer?
I’d been looking for a good job for a while.
I ended up at a modelling agency, which I loved.
I took it very seriously, and really wanted to become a stylist.
I also took a lot of time to read all of the books I had in my wardrobe.
I read everything I could find.
I also worked on a couple projects with other models.
One was a fashion magazine cover for The New York Times, which featured a model dressed in a dress.
I thought it was really beautiful and I wanted to wear it.
But I ended a month or so later, when I didn´t feel like doing it anymore, and decided to go to Paris again.
That was when I met a model who was very well-known in the fashion world, and she was looking for help to get into the modelling industry.
I decided to look for someone who had the same talent as me.
I ended up working with a lot more designers.
They were very talented, but they didn’t want to be model models