the new faces: part 3

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! The last in our series of new faces brings you Barbara-Palvin-lookalike, Lily...

by i-D Staff
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10 July 2015, 10:55am

Photography Alasdair McLellan. Hair Chi Wong at Julian Watson Agency. Make-up Lynsey Alexander at Streeters London. Nail Technician Jenny Longworth at CLM using Chanel S2015 & Body Exellence. Photography assistance Lex Kembery, James Robjant, Matthew Healy. Model Lily Jean Harvey at Viva London. 

Lily Jean Harvey, 16

What do you do and why do you do it?
I'm still in school, I don't have any say in the matter.

Describe yourself in 5 words…
Precise, intense, animated, contrary, headstrong.

How did you start your career?
I was scouted on the swing outside King's Cross.

What was your big break?
I'm still waiting!

What are you working on at the moment?
I'm attempting to learn how to tie a cherry knot.

What advice would you give to young people trying to follow in your footsteps?
Go and get on the swing outside King's Cross!

This is the 35th Anniversary Issue of i-D, when did you last celebrate and what did you celebrate for?
New Years Eve!

What excites you most about tomorrow?
Brunch.

Tell us one thing no one knows about you?
Like the Dalai Lama, I have a Mongolian birthmark.

What's your party trick?
Origami.

Finish the sentence, 35 is the new… kid on the block.

Kesewa Aboah, 21

Photography Alasdair McLellan. Styling Julia Sarr-Jamois. Hair Tina Outen at Streeters London. Make-up Maki Ryoke at Tim Howard Management using Tom Ford Beauty. Model Kesewa Aboah at Storm. Kesewa wears coat model's own. Top Le Kilt. Earrings Clair'es Accessories. Necklace model's own.

What do you do and why do you do it?
I am a student at SVA, studying a fine art degree. I do it because I like it and it puts a pause on real life.

Describe yourself in 5 words…
Adventurous, independent, kind (if I do say so myself), funny (possibly), stubborn (I'm working on it).

How did you start your career?
I don't think I have one as of yet.

What are you working on at the moment?
Finishing my degree.

What advice would you give young people wishing to follow in your footsteps?
Make your own instead. Don't rush! You've got loads of time.

This is the 35th Anniversary Issue of i-D, when did you last celebrate and what did you celebrate for?
It was my 21st birthday last week. I've been celebrating it for a month!

What excites you most about tomorrow?
More adventures.

Tell us one thing that no one knows about you?
I don't really have secrets. There's no point in them.

What's your party trick?
I can open a bottle with my teeth and I can do the electric slide.

Finish this sentence, 35 is the new… 21?

Lottie Hayes, 19

Photography Alasdair McLellan. Styling Olivier Rizzo. Hair Anthony Turner at Art Partner. Make-up Lynsey Alexander at Streeters London using Estée Lauder. Photography assistance Lex Kembery, James Robjant, Matthew Healy. Model Lottie Hayes at Select.

What do you do and why do you do it?
I'm a full time model. It keeps me entertained. 

Describe yourself in five words... 
A superstitious freckly baking psychic yogi. 

How did you start your career? 
I was scouted by Select when I was 13. 

What was your big break? 
Shooting Vogue Italia

What are you working on at the moment? 
These questions. 

What advice would you give young people wishing to follow in your footsteps? 
Take everything with a pinch of salt. 

We're celebrating the 35th Birthday Issue of i-D, when did you last celebrate and what was the occasion? 
The end of fashion week! 

What excites you most about tomorrow? 
The possibility of flying to NY with four hours notice. 

What's your party trick? 
Turning up with Lottie's Luscious Lemon Cake.

Finish this sentence, 35 is the new... magic number.

@haylotts  

Damaris Goddrie, 17

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 Damaris Goddrie at DNA. Damaris wears top J.W. Anderson. earrings New York Vintage.

What do you do and why do you do it?
I'm a model, so I won't need to make art that people will buy, but rather stuff that comes from within me.

Describe yourself in 5 words…
Atypical, open minded, straight forward, and kinda fun.

How did you start your career?
I got scouted by my mother agency three times before I decided to take a look and see what it was all about.

What was your big break?
My big break is yet to come.

What are you working on at the moment?
On my body and soul.

What advice would you give young people wishing to follow in your footsteps?
Stay true to yourself despite the fear of being disliked, who'd want to be liked by everybody anyways? Do you like everybody?

This is the 35th Anniversary Issue of i-D, when did you last celebrate and what did you celebrate for?
Two weeks ago, my bestie turned 18.

What excites you most about tomorrow?
Another chance to learn about yourself, life and others.

Tell us one thing that no one knows about you?
I love smelling washing powder.

What's your party trick?
I try to teach them to dance salsa.

Finish this sentence, 35 is the new… way to survive. Haha ROTFL.

@damarisgoddrie

Read The New Faces: Part 1 and The New Faces: Part 2.

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