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the new faces: part 2

To celebrate our 35th anniversary, we've cherry-picked the hottest faces in fashion, music, art and film, and in typical i-D style we've asked them some very i-D questions! As Greta Varlese takes us on a Milanese adventure in our latest Model...

by i-D Staff
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17 June 2015, 9:20am

Greta Varlese

What do you do and why do you do it?
I'm a model, and I do it because I love fashion.

Describe yourself in five words.
Moody, extroverted, sociable, strong, emotional.

How did you start your career?
I went to the Elite Model Look 2014 in China and then in Italy.

What was your big break?
When I did my first show, I opened the women's collection of the Givenchy autumn/winter 15.

What are you working on at the moment?
Shooting for i-D.

What advice would you give young people wishing to follow in your footsteps?
Be yourself in every situation.

We're celebrating the 35th Anniversary Issue of i-D, when did you last celebrate and what was the occasion?
I celebrated my dad's birthday two weeks ago.

What excites you most about tomorrow?
Seeing my family and friends in my hometown.

Tell us one thing that no one knows about you.
I love to eat and drink in the shower.

Finish this sentence: 35 is the new
Number before 36.

WATCH: Greta Varlese's Model Motherland guide to Milan.

Photography Alasdair McLellan. Styling Olivier Rizzo. Hair Anthony Turner at Art Partner. Make-up Lucia Pica at Art Partner for Chanel. Nail technician Jenny Longworth at CLM using Chanel S2015 and Body Excellence. Set design Sam Overs. Photography assistance Lex Kembery, James Robjant, Matt Healy. Styling assistance Niccolo Torelli, Lucrezia Mancini, Alice Lefons. Production Laura Holmes at Laura Holmes Production Ltd. Production manager Ros Jenkins. Production assistance Molly Zinar, Tom Manaton. Runner Simon Wellington. Retouching Output Ltd. Greta wears shirt Prada. Shorts and scarf Miu Miu. Boots Vetements.

Karly Loyce

What do you do and why do you do it?
I'm a model and I do it because I love fashion and travelling.

Describe yourself in five words.
Cool, dreamy, funny, stunned and crazy.

How did you start your career?
I started my career in Paris. I was scouted in the street.

What was your big break?
When I walked in my first fashion show for Céline.

What are you working on at the moment?
I'm studying biology at university and I'm waiting for the new season of Game of Thrones.

What advice would you give young people wishing to follow in your footsteps?
Never stop believing in your dreams and go! Life is now.

We're celebrating the 35th Anniversary Issue of i-D, when did you last celebrate and what was the occasion?
I invited all my friends to a big party to celebrate my birthday.

What excites you most about tomorrow?
Discovering new places, meeting other people, having fun and doing incredible things.

Tell us one thing that no one knows about you.
I'm ticklish lol.

What's your party trick?
Watching movies with all my friends at home. It's so funny.

Finish this sentence, 35 is the new
way to see the world. Have fun and enjoy!

Photography Alasdair McLellan. Styling Marie Chaix Hair Duffy at Streeters London for Vidal Sassoon. Make-up Frankie Boyd at Tim Howard Management. Nail technician Tracylee at Tim Howard Management. Photography assistance Lex Kembery, James Robjant, Matthew Healy. Styling assistance Florie Vitse, Sergio Mejia, Emmanuel Sénat, Lauren Chung. Hair assistance Cameron Rains, Ryan Mitchel. Production Pony Projects. Retouching Output Ltd. Model Karly Loyce at Women. Karly wears coat, shoulder pocket and earrings Céline.

Rianne Van Rompaey

What do you do and why do you do it?
I am a full-time model because I didn't know myself well enough to know what I wanted to study or do with the rest of my life and this is a great way to figure it out.

Describe yourself in five words.
Weird, giggly and available.

How did you start your career?
I was scouted by my Dutch mother agency when I was 19.

What was your big break?
Closing Nicolas's first show for Louis Vuitton.

What are you working on at the moment?
I'm trying to learn French, and I am doing some acting classes in New York.

What advice would you give young people wishing to follow in your footsteps?
Be nice and real to all the people you meet, and actively enjoy all the good moments.

We're celebrating the 35th Anniversary Issue of i-D, when did you last celebrate and what was the occasion?
I celebrated [finding] our new house, one day before they took down our old one. We found the place very last minute and were extremely happy.

What excites you most about tomorrow?
Sleeping as long as I can, waking up with the sun in my face and then waking up my boyfriend to get some attention.

Tell us one thing that no one knows about you.
I like to shock people with really really dirty jokes.

What's your party trick?
To let go of all the shame.

Finish this sentence, 35 is the new
Black.

Photography Alasdair McLellan. Styling Jane How. Hair Malcolm Edwards at Art Partner. Make-up Lucia Pica at Art Partner for Chanel. Nail technician Jenny Longworth at CLM. Set design Theo Politowicz at The Magnet Agency. Photography assistance Lex Kembery, James Robjant, Matthew Healy. Styling assistance Eliza Conlon. Hair assistance Rebekah Calo. Make-up assistance Siobhan Furlong. Set assistance Clementine Keith. Executive producer (not on set) Lucy Johnson. Executive producer Gawain Rainey at 10-4inc. Producer Lucie Newbegin at 10-4inc. Production assistance Gerard Markes. Retouching Output Ltd. Model Rianne van Rompaey at Viva London. Rianne wears jacket, trousers and belt Chloé.