Daria is wearing a lace gown by Alexander Mc Queen, rose gold and diamond ear cuff from Bee Goddess at Harrods and a white and gold diamond ring by Stone Paris. She throws herself into the day with commitment and a calm energy – as you think she must with the rest of her life – collaborative, laid-back but focused, checking the photographer's digital monitor to see if her angles could be improved, yet otherwise not much bothered by vanity. It's very strange.' She moves unselfconsciously to the music that plays in the background (a mix of reggae, relaxed house and soft Seventies rock; her choice).Styled by Miranda Almond and photographed by Nico Bustos. 'I lose context of what I look like in pictures,' she says at one point. Her armpits are unshaven, her fingers raw from sea salt. This is the thing about Daria: she does everything on her own terms.'They have been incredibly supportive of me as an individual – not just as a model, but as a person. I probably would have crumbled.'She wouldn't, though; for she is defined as much by her impressive willpower and determination as her beauty. Mandy Moore is an American actress, singer and songwriter.Grandmother was a professional dancer at the theatre in London’s West End during the Second World War served in the Women’s Royal Naval army.
'I was always trying to break the boundaries of what it is to be feminine, what it means to be a girl.
Mandy Moore grew up in Altamonte Springs, where her family moved because of father’s work.
Moore was raised in the Catholic faith she attended Bishop Moore Catholic High School in Orlando.
Stacy was a former news reporter, Dong — a pilot of American Airlines.
Paternal ancestors Moore was Irish and Cherokee Indian, maternal grandfather was a Russian Jew, grandmother — English.