She’s been uber-busy with a thriving modeling and acting career, but Brooklyn Decker made time to put together her feature as cover girl of the June 2012 issue of Highlights from Miss Decker's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Flare magazine.
The 32-year-old actress looked dashing in a top and skirt by Peter Pilotto, a cuff by Jennifer Fisher and a ring by M.C.L by Matthew Campbell Laurenza for the Max Abadian shot spread.
Meanwhile, highlights from Miss Decker's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Highlights from Miss Decker's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Flare!
On her style:
“I like the tomboy look and military influences. I like things that have a little bit of an edge to them. I love a masculine spin on a feminine look. I’m trying to wear things that are tailored to me so you can actually see my shape but it’s like pulling teeth getting me to do it--it’s an evolution.”
On her style icons:
"Poppy Delevigne, she’s a fashionista girl, she does that really well, that whole boy meets girl look. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley I think has fantastic style, I love what she did last year with her whole transition [to acting]. Jane Birkin's quintessentially French style but it's still really comfortable, loose and cool. I love Lauren Hutton because she's dressed very masculine, like she would wear suits on the red carpet.”
On designers that she loves:
“Miu Miu is probably one of my favourites just because it’s fashion with a sense of humour. It’s always a little bit quirky, and cheeky and I like that idea of having a sense of humour with fashion. It should not be taken so seriously all the time. I love Stella McCartney and Rag & Bone. I mean I’m also a massive Target fan and a massive Zara fan. Oh I love Chloé, speaking of, especially when Stella McCartney was designing.”
On adopting a child with special needs:
“That’s in the distant future. But that’s always been a goal of mine.”
On the pressure to lose weight:
“It used to really bother me. And I used to think, ‘Why can’t I have that?’”