“In a way, I did this job to have a place in society. I wanted to work to just be someone. Growing up I always felt completely out of the world. I was kind of lost. I didn’t know what I was made for. And I was really terrible at school, so I was never going to be a doctor.”
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"It’s necessary to believe in yourself to the point of delusion,” she explains without a flinch of sarcasm. “If someone wants to make it as an artist you need to be able to project a fantasy that you’re working towards and to do that you need to believe that you’re good at it. I’m as insecure as I am delusionally confident. It really does go both ways. I think it’s 55% delusional confidence, 45% crippling insecurities."
Natalia Vodianova for Pirelli 2006 by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott