Freja Beha Erichsen is ''faithful'' to her clothes and can't bring herself to let any go, despite them falling apart over the years.
Freja Beha Erichsen is ''faithful'' to her clothes.
The Danish model - who has walked for labels including Prada and Louis Vuitton - loves nothing more than to treasure her most cherished items and accessories and has no plans to get rid of them, despite them coming undone at the seams.
She said: ''I'm very faithful to my clothes. I still use a Proenza Schouler handbag I've had for years, even though it's falling to pieces, and I've got bags and shoes by Chanel that I'm sure I'll wear for ever.''
The 25-year-old beauty has a soft spot for Chanel Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld and is in awe of his creative ability.
She added: ''Karl Lagerfield has a great sense of humour and he's so creative - new ideas come to him constantly. I haven't met his cat Choupette yet, but I understand she's very popular online!''
But there is one particular fashion house she turns to when seeking a gown for a special event.
She gushed: ''Valentino does the most beautiful dresses. They're sensual and feminine, but with an edge, too. It's that balance between tough and delicate that I love.''
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