Brooklyn Decker is everywhere we turn these days. Besides being Andy Roddick's wife, she's also in Jennifer Aniston's new movie, as well as an in-demand model. But she wasn't always so successful. In Page Six Magazine's Sept. 14 issue — where she poses sexily on the Brooklyn Bridge — she opens up about high fashion and not fitting in:
"When I started out, I wanted to be that tiny runway girl, but I'm not super skinny. I have boobs. I'm very all-American. Quirky was definitely in, which I find quite beautiful, but that's not what I am. In fashion, there needs to be something unique, and I wasn't edgy. Plus, I'd walk in and be like, 'Hey guys!' with a big smile on my face. And they'd be like, 'You are not cool. You are too nice.' I got a lot of, 'If you want to walk a runway, there is a standard that you have to fit. They're not gonna change the standard for you.' But funnily enough, the second I started accepting that this is who I am, I started working a ton." Go, Brooklyn — like Diane von Furstenberg recently told us, just be yourself!