Suki Waterhouse – top model, girlfriend of Bradley Cooper and Superga’s new SS14 ambassador – talks to LOOK about her style evolution, how she’d love to be a mum and admits she’d say yes if a certain someone were to propose…
What’s your ideal date night?
I don’t really like going out for dinner. It’s way better to not have to wait for food… It’s quite boring. I don’t cook anything though, I just transfer it from the fridge into bowls. I’m more of a transferer than a cook.
When it comes to relationships, how do you know when you’re in love?
You don’t look for anything else. You’re just calm and your eyes don’t look around.
Is a big white wedding something you dream about?
I can see that happening to me but I don’t dream of big white weddings. If I were asked, I’d say yes [laughs cheekily].
Do you want to be a mum in the future?
For sure. I’m the eldest of four – I love my family so much. I’m crazy about them. I love the idea of four [kids] or just one. Some people find it so easy to pop them out.
What do you love about getting all glammed up for the red carpet?
I love the transformation from looking like a sea urchin to looking beautiful [laughs].
How would you describe your style?
I think it changes constantly with what I buy and new things I have. I went through a phase about a month ago of dressing like a ’90s art teacher, kind of Drew Barrymore.
What phase are you in now?
I got loads of leather trousers from Burberry so I’m quite into biker chic with flats. I’ve got Jimmy Choo flats and a thick Mulberry sheepskin jacket. I also just got some wicked new Christopher Kane stuff. I’m quite
into crop tops at the moment too.
You’ve just been announced as Superga’s spring/summer ambassador. Are you a trainers girl or do you love heels?
Trainers. You can wear them with anything.
What are your hot picks from the range?
I’ve got quite a few pairs now. My favourites are red with white dots on.
Your style is copied around the world. Do you feel pressure to dress a certain way?
Well, there’s my presentable self and my normal self. I’m the laziest person – that’s my normal self. When I’m hanging around my house, I literally look like a tramp. I love being comfortable and having no make-up on. As soon as I get into my house I put on sweats and pyjamas. I love fashion and that’s where my presentable self comes in. But I need help – if I didn’t have a hair stylist and make-up artist, I’d look like sh*t!’
Read the full interview in this week’s LOOK magazine.