This season, you did the Chanel, Dior and Valentino couture shows, among others. Is walking couture harder than ready-to-wear? I’m always stressed when I have to wear a long dress, especially with those high heels. I’m like, “Oh my God, I’m going to fall! My feet are going to get caught in the dress!”
Have you ever fallen on a runway?
No, but I know it’s going to happen once. The worst thing that happened so far was when my shoe broke during the finale of the fall Prada show. It was bad.
So then what happened?
I didn’t finish the walk. I had to go back to backstage because I couldn’t walk anymore.
As a model, you’re constantly prodded and poked at fittings. How do you get used to it?
It’s something you just have to get used to. I don’t really mind except when the photographers keep taking pictures of you backstage when you are dressing.
Any summer vacation plans?
I’m going to Sweden with my parents and brother, Quentin, to visit my father’s side of the family. We’re from a really small village so we swim and fish by the lake and look for berries. We also do a lot of biking and hiking in the mountains.
You’re being home-schooled. What are your favorite subjects?
I’ve always liked all the sciences like math, physics and biology. I mean they are very hard, but it’s nice to have something apart from modeling sometimes.
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Photos (from top): George Speros; runway: WWD Staff; Le Chic: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott