Lily Aldridge would like to have her own clothing lines once her modelling career comes to an end.
Lily Aldridge wants to branch out into fashion design.
The Victoria's Secret stunner plans to launch her own business when her modelling career comes to an end, and is eyeing up the possibility of skincare and clothing ranges.
She explained to Net-a-Porter's digital magazine The Edit: ''When my time is up, it's up. But I make sure I mix up jobs and branch out. I want to create an organic beauty line, a fashion line and I'd love to do kidswear.
''I've done Victoria's Secret [so] I have a name and I can launch myself in a bigger way. But, wherever my career takes me, I am blessed.''
She explained: ''I'm a huge shopper and, since I had my daughter, I am much more experimental with fashion. I don't care if someone doesn't like it; if I like it, that's all that matters.''
The 27-year-old brunette is proud of her elite status as a Victoria's Secret Angel and believes having the chance to wear the coveted wings on the catwalk - like Miranda Kerr, Gisele Bundchen and Heidi Klum before her - has changed her career.
Lily enthused: ''It's a huge part of American culture. The Angels, to me, are strong, iconic women who I have grown up watching. Becoming an Angel was a huge achievement, the turning point of my career.
''It's made me a household name - very few models get that chance any more.''
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