Millie Corbould, Linden Staub
Q: What’s your name, and where are you from?
MILLIE: My name’s Millie, and I’m from Milton Keynes.
Q: What’s been your biggest learning curve coming into the industry?
MILLIE: I would say travelling. I’ve travelled a lot on my own, since being signed — I’ve flown to different countries for work, been in different airports, spoken different languages, met a lot of new people. And it probably isn’t something I’d be doing at this age, if I were not a model.
Q: What drives you?
MILLIE: My family. They’re really supportive, and they drive me a lot. But also the people around me; seeing what they’ve achieved, and what I want to achieve.
Q: I know it’s still early days in your modelling career, but what’s one piece of advice you would give to aspiring models?
MILLIE: Try to always be yourself. Don’t try and copy anyone else. Individuality is what everyone looks for.
Q: Is modelling your main thing right now?
MILLIE: I’m actually still in school at the moment, and I only model part-time. I plan on doing my A-Levels, and then going to university – because when I’m older, I want to be a Marine Biologist. So modelling is on the side at the moment; education first!
Q: What’s been your favourite experience so far, as a model?
MILLIE: Probably going out to Paris for Fashion Week on my own – trying to get around on the metro for the first time, and just meeting new people. That was fun
Q: What’s one TV show you’re currently into?
MILLIE: Vampire Diaries. I re-watch it all the time. I’ll be sitting at home, bored, and just binge.
Q: What’s an item of clothing you can’t live without?
MILLIE: Probably an oversized sweater. They’re comfy; you can wear them, you can tie them around your waist if it gets too hot – they’re just ideal for almost every situation.