Which month of the year do you look forward to most of all?
My favorite month of the year is July because my birthday's in the end of July and because it's summertime and that's when I have to more time to spend with my friends and go to nice festivals.
What is the kindest thing someone has ever done for you?
I think the time that my boyfriend came to Paris the day after I opened the Givenchy show, I was overwhelmed about the whole experience and it felt weird being by myself after a whole time spending with a great team, he knew I needed someone and took the first train to come and see me! :)
In a large room full of people would you rather be the smartest, most attractive, or most likable person?
Likable, for sure! I love meeting new people and try to connect with them. I like to entertain people and make jokes and just have a good time.
If you could choose any country to live in, where would it be?
Hmm… tough one. I think I would like to live in NYC until I'm like 35 and then move to a nice villa on a island like Ibiza where there's just peace and quiet nice weather and a lovely beach.
If you were a multimillionaire, where would you be and what do you believe you would be doing at this very moment?
I think I would be in an penthouse in NYC with a central park view, and I would fly all my friends and family in and have a huge dinner on my rooftop.
What is the oldest family tradition that you’ve kept alive in your own home?
The oldest family tradition in my household is that when it's someones birthday or when it's Mothers/Fathers Day the rest of us will gather in the morning and collect all the presents, we dress up with a strange hat or glasses and we take the Dutch flag, then we knock on their door open the curtains and sing happy birthday!
What do you believe?
I believe everything happens for a reason. That's why I try to enjoy life right now and not worry too much about the future.
When you look back on the life you have lived up until this point, what in particular amazes you the most?
The thing that amazes me the most is having this job and lifestyle. I could have never imagined I would travel to so many places and meeting so many different people and have friends all around the world.
Which age, when you turned it, was the most difficult for you to accept?
It wasn't really difficult haha but I think it was a big deal for me when I turned 20 because then you aren't a teenager anymore and you have to grow up.