When we see models walking the runway, posing in magazines, or appearing in advertisements, we imagine that it all comes so easy to them and they do not feel nervous. This is not exactly the case though, as plenty of the world's top models still get nervous, even after years in the industry, with some even having some interesting superstitions.
American model Karlie Kloss has been in the modelling industry for a number of years now and she has revealed a sort of superstition that she used to have. Karlie says that she would bake some cookies on the night before a modelling gig, which she believes helped her to land future work.
Kloss told Lucky magazine, "The night before photo shoots, I wasn’t going out to dinner or partying, so to pass the time, I’d make cookies with my red KitchenAid mixer It was my therapeutic evening routine. I was convinced that the only reason I kept getting booked for jobs was because I brought fresh-baked cookies with me."
As well as opening up about that interesting superstition that she had, Karlie Kloss also went on to talk about her own, individual diet and, in particular, nutrition. Karlie says that she had no idea what nutrition was when she was younger and did not gain a proper understanding of food until she moved to New York.
Kloss added, "Growing up in the Midwest, I was never even aware of nutrition. Nobody was! I was a stick my entire life—a tall, skinny beanpole—and it didn’t matter if I ate candy for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It wasn’t until I moved to New York that I realized food could not only taste good, but change how you feel."
While we are looking forward to seeing more from Karlie Kloss in the coming years, the model also has some projects away from modelling in mind, although she is keeping them top secret for now.