Elite model Hannah Noble has brains and beauty. She also makes a very good Mexican vampire.
How did you become a model?
I was scouted in Birmingham on an escalator in H&M.
What were you doing before modelling?
I had just started college, studying Maths, Economics and Chemistry. I was only three days in when Fashion Week started and I was cast for shows. I went to Milan and got a Prada exclusive for the S/S11 show. It all happened at once!
What do you like to do when you’re not modelling?
I like listening to music- I’m a big music fan and chilling out my my friends and dog Stella.
What type of music do you like?
Right now, techno-trance, though occasionally I swing back to rock.
What books do you enjoy reading?
Welcome to the Monkey House, it’s a collection of short stories that are quite inspirational.
What was your first concert?
What do you dress up as for Halloween?
Always a vampir
e but a different type each year. I was a Japanese vampire last year and I’ve also been a Mexican vampire.
What’s your favourite place to hang out in London?
East. I really like going to Broadway Market .
What’s your favourite thing to eat for breakfast?
Cold pizza and ketchup. I could eat that every morning!
Where has been your favourite place you’ve travelled?
I recently came back from Tokyo, which is a pretty amazing city. If I had to choose a place to travel it would be Helsinki to complete my Scandinavian trio. And maybe Russia.
What couldn’t you live without?>
What is your biggest pet peeve?
People eating loudly.
What’s been your favourite fashion moment so far?
A location shoot I did on a ship with photographer Boo George. It was such a new and fun experience.
What would you like to do in the future?
I want to finish my studies but other than that I don’t really know. I want to take it as it comes!
Photographer David Adams
Fashion Editor and words Francesca Prudente
Hair Lotte O’Shea using BUMBLE & BUMBLE
Make up Bobana Parojcic all make-up using CHANEL SS 2012 & HYDRA BEAUTY SERUM
Model Hannah Noble at ELITE
Hannah wears jumper by PAUL SMITH