Saffron Aldridge Best Quotes

Saffron Aldridge (born December 8, 1968 in London) is an English fashion model, freelance journalist and social activist. Discovered at the age of sixteen, she rose to prominence working for Ralph Lauren in the 1990s. Her brother is fashion photographer Miles Aldridge and her sisters are models Lily Aldridge (a Victoria’s Secret Angel and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue covergirl) and Ruby Aldridge (a top model who walked numerous runways and former face of Marc Jacobs). Enjoy Saffron Aldridge’s best quotes below.

“My view is that life is too short. I’m not being melodramatic or anything, but when your mother dies in your arms – just you and her, and it’s one o’clock in the morning, and you’re waiting for her to exhale – you just think, life’s too bloody short to argue about the little things.”
“I’ve never drunk coffee. I’m convinced it has something to do with why my skin is good. I have either mint, green or black tea.”
“At 24, I took time off to have a baby, and ever since, I have been juggling modelling with motherhood.”
“I like smudgy black eyes and pale lips for evening. Red lipstick looks great on other girls, but it’s too much on me.”
“Basically, my parents messed up because it was the Sixties, and they both had affairs, but they had a great love for each other. I saw that when my father flew over from Los Angeles when he knew my mother was going to die.”
“In the morning, I use a Philosophy cleanser and Olay Regenerist Daily 3 Point Treatment Cream, which sinks in well and feels firming. I rarely wear foundation, so cotton wool soaked in warm water is often enough to cleanse at night, but I take off eye make-up with Klorane’s cornflower-infused remover.”
“I don’t have a huge breakfast, and I sometimes forget to have lunch, so I focus on dinner. I love Thai and Japanese food.”
“I live to eat – when someone else cooks for me.”
“I love going to the cinema, listening to music, yoga and long walks along Holkham beach in Norfolk.”
“I was working in Camden Lock market from the age of 13 to 16, and people often suggested that I should be a model. I knew a girl working on a stall who was with Take Two model agency, so I decided to go along, and they took me on.”

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