Lily Aldridge Talks Victoria's Secret in The Edit: When My Time Is Up, It's Up.
While donning designer duds from Givenchy and Miu Miu for the Ben Weller-shot spread, the 33-year-old stunner dished about her family's history with modeling and life is going to be like after her time with the Angels has ended.
Check out a few highlights from Miss Aldridge's interview below. For more, be sure to visit The Edit!
On the future:
"When my time is up, it's up. But i make sure I mix up jobs and branch out. I want to create an organic beauty line, a fashion line, and I'd love to do kidwear. I've done Victoria's Secret [so] I have a name and I can launch myself in a bigger way. But, wherever my career takes me, I am blessed."
On being an ideal Angel:
"I think of it as being super-girlie, not sexy. It's a huge part of American culture. The Angels, to me, are strong, iconic women who I have grown up watching."
On her mother's Playboy History:
"The Playmates were rock stars. Mom was part of a time when Playboy was amazing and the pictures were beautiful. I tracked down her uniform and bought it from a collector. It's in my closet. It will never be worn again, but I might frame it."
On possibly posing for Playboy:
"It's not a bad image or anything, I just don't think so. Although, wait until I'm older, I might change my mind!"
Photo Credit: Ben Weller for The Edit