Alexa Chung, British model and hipster goddess, discussed some uncomfortable even “creepy” things she had to do in her early modeling career. From The Daily Mail:
I actually kept modelling very separate. I never really asked my mum or my dad’s advice during that time and it actually felt like I didn’t want to tell them too much about the reality of what was going on – when I was taking the train to London and being asked to do certain things. I already knew it was wrong. So, you know, if there was a casting where some creepy man there had gone on to his flat in Ilford, and , you know, “Take your clothes off…” and if I’d have done it, I won’t tell my mum because I know that’s wrong. […] in hindsight, I look back and think, “Did you really need an 18-year-old girl to strip in your front room?”
Kate Moss shared similar horror stories.
I think the entire industry is creepy.
Here are some photos of her strolling around with the gorgeous model Daisy Lowe. Daisy is known for her “fuller” figure. I wish more models had her figure, to be honest with the world.
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That quotation of what she said makes no fucking sense