Striking 17-year-old model Corre hasn’t even finished her A-levels, but she’s already a breakout star representing a new era of casting. With grandparents like Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren (and childhood sleepovers at Katie Grand’s house), she was never going to stray too far from fashion’s cutting edge, but it’s the London girl’s feisty attitude that marks her out as one to watch. If this year was anything to go by, she’ll smash 2015 (and hopefully, her exams).
What was your defining pop culture moment of 2014?
How would you sum up what you do in a sentence?
Cora Corre: I’m currently working for my A-Levels and I’m a model with Next Model Management, too.
What’s your favourite song and movie of 2014?
How do you think that style and pop culture will change in 2015?
Cora Corre: As social media continues to grow, everything becomes more instantly accessible. The impact this has on pop culture and style is only going to grow.
Sum up what we can expect from you in 2015.
Cora Corre: Working hard in all areas, and hopefully going on to uni.
What’s the most exciting thing about the music/film/fashion industry today?
Cora Corre: It’s much more accessible to everyone and the advancement of technology.
What new skill did you learn this year?
Cora Corre: I learned how to make a film in media.
Who’s an unsung cultural hero that you discovered this year?
Cora Corre: My dad, Joe, for all his campaigning against fracking in the UK.
What’s the most surprising thing we’d find out if we looked at your phone?
Cora Corre: How many missed calls there are! I don’t really like talking on the phone, as many people know.
Who should have been at number one on the Dazed 100?
Cora Corre: Say Lou Lou! They have amazing music and the best style.
Lead image from Dazed’s Winter 2014 issue. Cora Corre wears denim jacket Pepe Jeans, denim shirt AG Jeans, jeans Topshop, belt Lewis Leathers, eye ring Eyland Jewellery; hair Cyndia Harvey at Streeters, make-up Ninni Nummela at Streeters, model Cora Corre at Next, casting Noah Shelley
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