Jessica Stam on Fashion Week Insanity & Wanting Her Own Line

Jessica Stam covers the latest issue of Net-a-Porter's 'The Edit' magazine. Posing for a studio-set editorial, the model also opens up on her career, commenting on the insane amount of work she would pull off during Fashion Weeks when she walked several shows a day. Stam commented that the best way to deal with it was to go in to autopilot:

“There’s a certain point you just go on autopilot. You’ve got three people doing your makeup, one person for each eye, four people on your hair, two people on your nails… If you don’t zone out, you’d probably go mad. It was fun, but I’m glad I don’t have to do six shows a day anymore. It’s nice to go to Milan or Paris knowing I’m only doing one.” 

On her future, Jessica says she is hoping to launch her own line:

“Maybe my own line of things that women really like. Candles, makeup and lingerie, for example.” 

The model says her long black hair was hard to maintain:

 "Yeah, you’d think it would be easy having it long and dark, but it was such high maintenance having to keep touching up the roots. I had to dye it back blond for a job and it all started breaking off at the ends. I miss my long hair.”

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