VIDEO: Daisy Lowe spills on what it's really like to model

24 July 2009

Ever wondered what it'd be like to be a fly on Daisy Lowe's no-doubt very fashionable wall? Well, here's your chance. MTV have tracking the Brit model's every move for 24 hours resulting in a very revealing documentary. As well as her usual clothes shedding for Agent Provocateur, Daisy gets political at the G20 protest, lends a charitable hand in Barnardos with Alice Dellal and struggles to use a can opener. Quite a way to dispel the model stereotype there, Daisy!

The model, who has just switched agencies, is also surprisingly frank about her thoughts on the industry. ‘Modelling messes with your self esteem,' she says. ‘I'm not putting it down for a second, but what I'm trying to do with modelling is show that a womanly body is beautiful, you don't have to be a stick to be beautiful and so what I do as a model is important to me, but I know that I can't do it forever because my self esteem can't take it.' Well after seeing her first shoot for Anna Sui earlier this week let's hope she's not quitting for a while.

For more from Miss Lowe don't miss the documentary, which airs this Sunday 26 July at 9pm on MTV. And look out for her super cute boyfriend Will Cameron, too. (We love it when he asks MTV if they have a wine budget).


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