Freja Beha Erichsen Quotes.
I love the process – collaborating with the photographers, traveling, and seeing different cultures. My mother always said I would regret it if I didn’t do it. And I think she was right.
It’s hard when people ask me to walk in a different way than I would naturally. I don’t think my walk is particularly elegant if you compare it to other girls, but it fits my personality.
Float through life, just take it easy, not too much stress, just, float.
I would like to sit down with Emily Dickinson, Virginia Woolf, PJ Harvey, and Bjork. That would be a good dinner in my mind. Strong women. I think I would enjoy that.
I do a bit of yoga – by myself, not classes. I like to go for long walks and to garden.
I’ve been so blessed to have the career I have had, so each and every shoot and job is a privilege for me to be at.
I’ve had times where I’m like, “Whoops, maybe I shouldn’t have done that.” But, you know, it does grow out fairly quickly, so it’s not the end of the world. If you really mess up, you can always go to somebody who knows what they’re doing and have them try to fix it.
I guess I like more of the skinny jeans. I’m not very fond of all the stretch, so I try to avoid too much stretch fabric.
It’s important to think about the bigger picture, especially if we are given these platforms. We can make a difference.
To have power naps! In the past months, I have learned to have them everywhere I go, and that is key for my health. To eat healthy food is also essential – especially fruit, for the vitamins.
I love to have massages, I think it’s really important to relax. In New York, I usually go to Massage Williamsburg or Great Jones Spa.
I never really wear any make-up on my face, like foundation or anything – and I really wouldn’t advise that you leave that on your skin at night – but I do often leave on my eye make-up overnight. I actually prefer it the next day; it looks more worn-in.
I grew up playing soccer with the boys – quite far from reading magazines.
I want to carry on modelling for years to come.
There’s a special feeling that you get from Chanel that you don’t get from any other show.
I don’t really wear lipstick.
Denim should always be comfortable; jeans should protect you. They are workwear.
Never be scared to cut your own hair, but take it easy and never go too far.
I’ve been travelling around the U.K., actually getting to see places. I’m so lucky that I am able to travel with work, but you don’t often get to experience them properly.
You can pull off anything if you have the right attitude. Being cool is whatever you think it is. Own your style.
I was a little biker girl. I thought it was cool; everyone else thought it was really weird. The other little girls were all in these pretty dresses, and my mum bought me this black, studded leather jacket, which I loved.
Don’t go overboard with too many accessories and too many different things.
Being a tomboy worked to my advantage in fashion. I’m known as the androgynous girl – I’ve used it in a way that works for me. I’ve never felt a pressure to change myself. I do own a few Rick Owens dresses – they’re more like long tank tops, though.
I am quite ‘natural’ in the sense that I do not worry too much about the way I look, and I like a casual look. I do not wear make-up if I do not need to.
I get out of bed, brush my teeth, wash my face, put on moisturiser, put on clothes, and leave. Four minutes. I like to shower at night so I can roll out of bed.