Kerr credits Ghesquière with launching her into high fashion.
Should we all look as such: campaign-ready in a Stella Mc Cartney checked jacket, tight black trousers with mesh sides, and a conservative (from the front, at least) white long-sleeved top that has virtually no back."I have to approach my career with a wink," she explains. But in the modeling industry—and I've been in the industry since I was 13—it's not all what it appears to be.But this one—which I'm too scared to touch, lest I curse it—is a healing crystal that she sleeps with every night.Instead of sounding like a hippie, though, when Kerr talks about her crystalline ways she comes off as rather practical. When she talks about "clearing energy," she makes it sound like going to buy milk. "And then I clear it with the energy of the sun or the moon every three days." She waves it in front of me like an instructional."If you're in a certain category, they keep you in that category.
I started more commercially, and sometimes it's hard to go the other way, you know?