Project Runway judge Heidi Klum finds America restrictive in many ways, but its citizens can always wear whatever they want, the 34-year-old says in an AP story published this afternoon.
“Well, you can’t go naked,” she reportedly added.
That’s probably a good thing, too. Particularly for Ms. Klum, who finished filming the fourth season of the hugely-popular Bravo series in Manhattan last May. (The premier episode—which features Ms. Klum and her fellow judges, fashion designer Michael Kors and Elle fashion director Nina Garcia—will air this Wednesday at 10 p.m. EST.) “I judge clothes from my perspective, and I’ve been in the business for a long time,” she reportedly said during the interview.
“I started in ’93 and I’ve worn a lot of things, from really cheap things to really expensive things. Things that I didn’t know which way to get into them—I had instructions, and two people helped me. Or things so big and overwhelming I can hardly stand in them: ‘Take the picture, ‘cause I’m gonna fall over.’ And when I’m not on a runway or in front of the camera, I need conventional clothes too,” the article quotes Ms. Klum as saying.