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Brief interview as Model of the Week on models.com




Matilda Lowther (known as Bambi by my close friends)


Select Model Management (London)



Place of Origin:
The Lake District, Cumbria, England.

Ethnic Origin:
100% British (and fairly patriotic)


How discovered:
On a school trip shopping with my friends.

Favorite things:
I really love art, particularly life drawing and I’m hoping to take an art foundation next year. I’m also quite a sporty bean, I love running and high jump (I guess my lankiness sort of helps that haha). My other favourite things have to include my dachshund dog Margo, roast chicken and polaroid cameras.

Favorite music, band:
I like so many different things! It’s so difficult to say but i do love a bit of a golden oldie, OutKast, R.Kelly. Chilled music as well, like Bon Iver. Any really decent music- I’ll be into it.

Favorite movie, tv show:
Leon, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and 101 Dalmatians (lol!). TV Shows; I’ve recently become obsessed with Game Of Thrones…

Favorite designer, fragrance or beauty product:

What would you be doing if you weren’t modeling?
Maybe working in a Spanish speaking country trying to learn the language and probably getting loads of ear piercings (sorry mum!).

What’s something uncool that you love anyway?
My giant panda phone case (nobody likes it apart from me haha).

Favorite modeling experience so far?
I think opening the Burberry SS14 show and shooting the campaign with Mario Testino were definitely the highlights so far!

What’s the best thing about your hometown/country?
The huge lakes of course!!

Which brand would you really love to model for?
There are too many to just name one, at the moment I am very happy to be part of the Burberry family.

Place you would love to visit:
I’ve always wanted to go to India, hopefully I’ll get to go soon!

Currently you’re obsessed with/about:
My silver thistle charm necklace which I found on Portobello Road the other day. Oh, and also a book called ‘Very British Problems’, it’s hilarious



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