PHOTOS: CHRISTIAN BRYLLE. MODEL: FREJA BEHA ERICHSEN/IMG MODELS.
In 1986, we asked Bob Dylan, the perennial icon of ’60s cool, a few seemingly simple questions about his inspirations, regrets, favorite games, and even his last slice of pizza. The premise was straightforward: “Sometimes a simple shopping list can be more revealing than a person’s life story.” Thirty years later, we’re presenting a similar set of questions to some of the most interesting models in fashion today, beginning with industry icon Danish model Freja Beha Erichsen. Check back next Tuesday for more.
THE PEOPLE I ADMIRE THE MOST:
Writers of great literature and people who make great art.
SOME THINGS THAT INSPIRE ME:
Books, music, movies, kindness in others, nature, New York, the dedication and selflessness of the individuals working for MSF, open-mindedness.
QUESTIONS I CAN’T ANSWER:
How does one get to where one should to be?
EVENTS I WISH I’D WITNESSED:
Bloomsbury Group meetings, a Beatles gig, Radiohead’s In Rainbows tour, the parting of the Red Sea, Woodstock ’69.
ONE THING I’D LIKE TO IMPROVE ABOUT MYSELF:
Be less grouchy.
MY GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT:
GAMES I PLAY:
Wordfeud, WordBrain, and 500.
MY GREATEST ADVENTURE:
The time I’ve spent in Kenya.
THINGS I’LL BE REMEMBERED BY:
SOME THINGS I’D RATHER FORGET:
My bad behavior.
MY IDEA OF HAPPINESS:
Spaciousness and being surrounded by love.
ONE LAST FAVOR I’D LIKE TO ASK:
Don’t judge me. Let this one slide and allow me through the pearly gates.
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