The model and Bulgari accessories ambassador shares her day.
9:00 A.M. What time do I wake up? I wish I could say something productive, but it honestly depends. Sometimes I wake up at 9 and get on with my day. Sometimes I'll stay there until 2 in the afternoon and have a bed day. I tend to lie around for a bit. I prefer to take my time in the morning and just have a chill. When I'm not working it's nice to have some downtime and not have to stress about getting up. I live in London with two flatmates, and one is one of my best friends. It's like a constant sleepover. In the morning, she'll come into my room or I'll run down to hers. We met through mutual friends about eight months ago and are the same person. We moved in a few months ago, so I'm still trying to get it all sorted. I need to take a trip to find some nice stuff for my room; at the moment there is so much stuff everywhere.
9:30 A.M. The first thing I'll do is brush my teeth, wash my face, and have a shower. I have a great Tracie Martyn cleanser for my face, and use a Dior primer and Charlotte Tilbury's Magic Cream to prep my makeup. If I'm heading to a photo shoot, I go barefaced. Otherwise, if I'm just going out for a typical day, I use an Yves Saint Laurent foundation that's very good and doesn't cake your face. And I like Charlotte Tilbury's mascara—it doesn't make your eyelashes clumpy or anything. It's the perfect wand. I have so many products and have gone through so many to find the right ones for me. I'm bad about throwing things out. I'll have six of something and not use five, but will keep them just in case. I have seven tubes of mascara right now, for example.
"I have a great Tracie Martyn cleanser for my face"
10:30 A.M. For breakfast, I'll usually have hard-boiled eggs, some grainy bread, and salmon. I eat so much salmon. If I'm working out with my trainer, which I do three times a week, I will eat a bit earlier, to make sure the food goes down before I work out. We do a lot of burpees, even though I hate them. Then we'll do some boxing and skipping rope, which I like because it doesn't feel like you're working out. They're actually fun to do. Now I only work out with my trainer, because he is amazing—he knows that if you force it, it's not going to work. He lets me come to him.
11:00 A.M. I like to listen to music when I'm in the car on the way to a shoot. I like Drake. I could literally listen to every kind of music, except I'm not too into the whole grime scene that we have in England. I go to a lot of festivals in the summer. This year, Glastonbury was my favorite. It was very muddy, and my Wellies got stuck in the mud, so I fell. Adele was probably my highlight. I was crying listening to her. And Catfish and the Bottlemen. Nobody ever knows who they are, but I'm obsessed with them.
"I like the occasional pizza, but keep that on the down low."
11:30 A.M. What I like most about modeling and being on set is getting to be around such interesting people. The people I have worked with have been so much fun, from the models to the photographers to the stylists and hair and makeup. Everyone is always fun, and it creates such a great atmosphere. There are so many creative people and so many creative minds, it makes it really fun. It is fun to push boundaries.
1:00 P.M. We'll break for lunch around 1 p.m., and I'll have some sort of rice or stir-fry. I also like soups or chicken. And I carry nuts with me; I'm obsessed with nuts. Pistachios, peanuts—I love them. I keep them in my bag with a phone charger and some kind of lip gloss. Right now I'm using this green Bulgari bag that has studs on it. I think I have 12 of their bags. This one is cute and can hold a lot, although it doesn't look like it. I use it to go out at night too. You don't want to carry around a massive bag at night, and it's the perfect size.
3:00 P.M. Leaving set early almost never happens, so it's a miracle to have a free afternoon. In my future I want to do something creative with fashion, and I like to browse through images on Pinterest. The people I look to for creative inspiration are designers like Jeremy Scott and, obviously, Karl Lagerfeld. I admire Fendi and Chanel and everything he does.
5:00 P.M. Depending on how much I do during the day, I can be a homebody. Sometimes I like to chill and watch TV. I read a lot of crime thrillers. TheGirl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins, was amazing. It was a life-changing book. I have just started reading something similar called Behind Closed Doors. I'm not that far into it, but it's very good so far.
8:00 P.M. If I'm heading out for drinks and dinner with friends, I will amp up my outfit a bit. During the day I tend to wear black jeans with a jumper and maybe some Timberlands, but at night I like to dress up. I'll wear knee-high boots with jeans or a jumper. Restaurant-wise, I love either sushi or Italian. I can literally go for anything: seafood risotto, linguine… I even like the occasional pizza, but keep that on the down low. The one food I'm not a fan of is Chinese. It's the only thing I don't like, and of course that's what everyone wants to get if we're ordering takeout. If the restaurant is cool, we'll stay for drinks after, or if not we'll head somewhere else. I love a cosmopolitan, but tequila on the rocks is my main drink.
11:00 P.M. When I get home I'll prepare for bed by taking off my makeup and putting on night cream. I like to mix up a few and use whatever I feel like that particular evening. Then I'll read or watch TV. Over here we have this show called Planet Earth. I don't know if you guys have it in America, but it's narrated by David Attenborough. It's basically a range of animals, and it follows different things that they do, like reproduction, birth, the fights they have, and predator and prey. Some nights I won't watch, though, because I fall straight asleep, and I am like a brick. Once I'm sleep, I am gone. There could be fire alarms going off and I still wouldn't wake up.
From left: "I read a lot of crime thrillers. The Girl on the Train was amazing. It was a life-changing book." The Girl on the Train, $13, amazon.com; "This Bulgari bag can hold a lot, although it doesn't look like it." Bulgari bag, $3,500, bulgari.com; "I use an Yves Saint Laurent foundation that's very good and doesn't cake your face." Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat Foundation, $58, yslbeautyus.com; "Nobody ever knows who [Catfish and the Bottlemen] are, but I'm obsessed with them." Charlotte Tilbury's mascara has the "perfect wand." Charlotte Tilbury Legendary Lashes Mascara, $32, charlottetilbury.com.