Refinery29 reports via The Observer
"Sometimes we give an image of life that will never exist, using models who are 15 and pretending they are 35 or 40, and when you are 35 or 40 you want to look like this when you will never be able to," she admits. "So, there's a bit of a disconnect."
Unfortunately, she says she won't be using "real models" anytime soon. "I can't — most of the girls [the model agencies send] are 15 years old," she says. "I try to use girls who have personality. When they walk in a room, I'll think: 'Ah! There's something to this girl.' It's more a way of moving or being that means something to me."