My mom and I aren't the same size. She's a bit taller. And we're not the same shoe size either, which is heartbreaking.
— Kaia Gerber
I'm inspired by people embracing their feminine power and just being who they truly are and not afraid to express themselves.
My mom and I have the exact same mannerisms - the way we talk and the gestures that we made.
I like math, which sounds really nerdy.
My mom is very much about 'less is more.' She showed me how to use makeup to enhance your beauty but not to change your face, which I think is important.
My parents have always taught me to be myself and to follow my instincts.
I try to separate my modelling work from my school life because I don't want people to think of me differently or that I am a certain way because of it.
I don't sleep well when I'm traveling, so there's nothing I like more than getting in my own bed.
I can get ready in five minutes, but getting out of bed takes forever.
Bruce Weber is an amazing photographer, and Carine Roitfeld's style - and everything she does - is gorgeous.
My mom does mine because I know I would go tweezer-crazy and wind up with no eyebrows at all.
If you only share your best pictures, or your Facetuned self, the thought of people seeing you as you truly are can be scary.
I love the '70s, '80s, and '90s.
I'm inspired by other people, but I don't really try to look like a certain person or anything. I kind of just do what I feel like doing.
The first perfume I remember actually having myself is Daisy.
Modeling is really what I do during my free time. It's fun for me, so it doesn't feel like work. I choose to do it.
It is so key to me to be a good role model for young girls and someone their mom would want them to look up to.
As my brother and I get older and busier, I really cherish the time we spend together.
I don't really have days where I can sit and do nothing!
I don't go a day without eating pasta.
She teaches me to be kind, punctual... and to stand up for myself. And when I think about it, aren't these things every mother should teach their daughter?
A lot of people ask me what my mom has taught me about modeling. The truth is the things she teaches me go deeper than what pose to make or what my good side is.
I love the look of full brows that aren't perfectly done - eyebrows on fleek: that's the goal.
People expect you to be doing something cool all the time. In a normal life, that's not happening!
I just don't touch my brows! Hopefully, leaving them be will pay off so that I still have them in the future.
I think I'm a bit more of a rule-breaker than my mom. She's very sweet and very worried. She was valedictorian. I think I got a little bit of an edgier side from my dad.
Taking time for yourself is crucial when you're surrounded by people all day.
Don't make me do karaoke. I'm the worst singer.
It changes everything when you accept who you are and you don't try to change yourself.
I try to keep my social media really close to my personality. Then people can see exactly who I am and what I like to say and the message I want to bring.
My favourite thing about being a model is the people that I meet. I don't think there's any other job where you get to learn so many things about so many different people. I just love forging new relationships.
I'm passionate about breakfast. I wake up hungry, so I always eat a bagel.
I really look up to Karlie Kloss.
She told me that she would support me regardless of what I decided, but I'm so glad that I actually got to be a kid before having to grow up. My mom knows best about this kind of thing.
Unless they're superhuman, nobody's going to look perfect all the time.
Living in Malibu is like being in a bubble, so discovering others that are so different from me has been incredibly gratifying.