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Edie Campbell: ‘I was told I was too fat to open Milan Fashion Week’

by Ace Damon


Modeling is difficult and strange in slippery ways. Being placed in front of a camera and instructed to be sexy can be worth it – until you have resolved it. Many times you are standing in front of the camera and someone says, “Do you know how to dance?” And you are the only person in the room dancing. It is humiliating.

I was absolutely pissed off by a brand saying it was “too fat” to open this year’s Milan Fashion Week. A chain of Chinese whispers returned to my agent, who had to call and tell me that “it had been a little difficult to adapt” and “you are a little bigger than you were last year.” I was furious. that I had to find out that way.

My horses have everything their hearts desire, including swimming lessons. Swimming helps them develop strength without pressing their joints and ligaments.

Being unable to follow the world mentally while lying in bed for months staring at the ceiling with severe head and brain injuries was shocking. I knew that as a driver I was statistically due to a bad crash. My world was slow and broken, and the titles I accumulated – like learning fast and following with most people – disappeared. I learned to move on.

As a teenager, I had bad teeth, blue / green hair in pond water, and a kind of existential malaise. Now, I think I probably fit the perceived Western beauty ideal of the modern age, but there was a lot of right place / time around my success. Getting my hair cut was something people clung to. It satisfied their desire for someone very androgynous.

I am sure I am not ready to have children. Not sure if it looks so fun. And our political or ecological climate is one that I would not want for my children.

I think the moral obligation is to keep your carbon footprint low, rather than expecting that being more famous and having more followers on Instagram helps you persuade others to keep your carbon footprint low. It is a fine point.

My father is a sarcastic man. When he once said that he had “wasted” so much educating me and my sister, what he meant was that he spent a lot of money on our education while it seems like we’re employed like nothing but horse clothes … It was humor , I think.

I have a version of the “Blue Steel” pose. It’s a face I make in photos I don’t do in real life. It’s a slightly raised eyebrow and a three-quarter head tilt that I think is best. That sounds nauseatingly embarrassing.



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