Alice Dellal

  • Brazilian model
  • Born July 29, 1987

Alice Olivia Dellal (born 29 July 1987) is a British-Brazilian model.

Some photographers work on the same image for hours and hours and then use the first picture that they took.

I wish I was more into clothes. I don't know the current designers.

I can understand when people copy people of the past and make the future their own.

I love '90s grunge and punk.

My brother and my dad always used to shave their hair, and I remember thinking, 'Why can't I do the same?'

My style is part of the music I like, the bands I see, the people I surround myself with, the places I go to.

When I was little, I was such a tomboy - I loved a baggy T-shirt and leggings.

I like bags that are easy to wear and are pretty to look at. But I don't like them when they have no space and you can't put anything in them.

When I was growing up, my mother always wore Chanel.

I would have never thought that I'd be doing Chanel.

If you're not having fun with your job, it will show.

I was always into punk, ever since I was 13, but I was into other stuff, too - like, well, the Spice Girls. I really liked Scary Spice.

Modelling's not something I want to do just on its own, but I always want it to be a part of my life.

When I'm drumming, I'm not thinking about much.

I like to be comfortable. And I think men tend to dress more comfortably than ladies. They can just put on a pair of jeans and a sweatshirt, and I like doing that. Comfort first.

You adapt your look to places you live, where you are and what you are doing.

I think it's good to do your own thing and want to be different, and not look like everyone else.