Dunn cut back her Fashion Week shows

Oscar De La Renta - Runway - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2014.  Jourdan deserved  a break

 

Jourdan Dunn normally ends up “hating everyone” during Fashion Week.

The Fall/Winter 14 presentations are well underway, with New York finishing shows last week and London Fashion Week currently drawing in the fashion pack.

This season 23-year-old model Jourdan has cut back her workload and is finding the process far more enjoyable.

“I’m not doing that many shows [this season],” she explained to Grazia Daily.

“I did [Topshop Unique] and tomorrow I’m doing Burberry and Giles [Deacon], so it’s pretty easy and I get to enjoy the city rather than hating everybody and being miserable.”

As well as walking the runways, Jourdan has four-year-old son Riley to look after.

When Fashion Week comes to an end, the star is going to allow herself a well-.

“Last season I skipped Milan and went to Jamaica so I feel this season, I want to go to the Maldives on my own,” she said.

“But everyone’s like, ‘Jourdan, that’s not a place you go on your own!’ and I’m like, ‘But I want to go on my own,’ so I’m going to do that.”

After New York Fashion Week many style icons, including US Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, faced travel drama as flights over to the UK were diverted via Newcastle due to adverse weather conditions.

Luckily Jourdan and her fashionable friends knew how to handle the situation.

“Oh gosh, yeah, it was such a nightmare because the flight was delayed and then we went to Newcastle. And there’s nothing wrong with Newcastle! But I just wanted to get home,” she sighed.

“Me and Georgia [May Jagger] got a car together back to London so it was a four-hour drive… We went to the off-licence, got a bottle of wine and watched a movie.”

As well as allowing herself some wine, the slim star also indulged in some comfort food.

“‘Special Delivery for Miss Dunn’  thanks @NandosUK for hooking me up backstage of @Topshop #LFW (sic),” she tweeted.

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