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You asked, she answered: As May draws to a close, our guest editor signs off with some questions from our readers. 


What is the proudest moment so far in your modeling career?

It's hard to choose as I try and do work I'm proud of every day. I think my Vogue covers have been very defining moments for me, as well as signing my Maybelline contract, plus some stuff that's yet to come out... stay tuned!  

What is your favorite quote?

It changes often, but one that really touched me recently was this Ernest Hemingway quote: "There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self."  

What is your favorite thing to do when you're having a lazy day with Bella? 

Lay in bed, watch TV, and laugh.

How do you edit your pictures on Instagram?

I usually keep them pretty natural and use the editing tools on Instagram—sometimes I'll use an additional iPhone camera filter! 

What are your top styling tips? 

I style myself by mixing high and low price points, or basic pieces with standout ones. So something easy like jeans and a tee with great boots and a great coat.

How would you describe your style? 

I'd say casual-chic. I'm always comfortable and try to keep it simple but on-trend. 

Where are your favorite places to travel to? 

I love Tahiti, St. Barts and Egypt, among many others. I find something I love in every place I travel to, and I especially love places where I end up learning a lot about its history.

If you can only choose a meal to eat all your life, what would it be? 

Probably a cheeseburger and fries from J.G. Melon in New York.

If you were to get a tattoo, what would it be? 

Every time I think about getting a tattoo I draw it on myself for a month and by the end I'm usually over it. If I end up getting one it'll be something with a lot of meaning and very small—that said, I love Dr. Woo’s work at Shamrock Social Club in Hollywood.