Where Social Media Stars Keep Their Phone at Night
Supermodels like Lily Aldridge, Anna Ewers, and Barbara Palvin are just like us: they keep their phones close at all times. Here, supermodels reveal how often they check social media.
Released on 6/29/2015
Film by Kloss Films. Styled by Edward Enninful.
My phone, when I go to bed at night is kind of
outside of the bedroom.
It's been banned from the bedroom.
Usually just charging right next to my face.
Or, on my counter. (laughter)
I think all the --
I don't know, I just think it's bad
to have it by my head and all the --
what do you me call it -- like the --
My phone is next to my bed.
The wavelengths, exactly.
I just don't think that's probably the healthiest thing.
I usually check before bed,
and I try not to check in the morning right when I wake up,
cause I want to disconnect a little bit,
and I'll check it after I have like
my breakfast, and my tea.
On the charger next to my bed. (laughter)
I check my phone before I go to bed,
I talk to my friends, I love WhatsApp,
and of course I love to check Instagram sometimes,
but I'm not obsessed with it.
If I wake up in the night,
I try to avoid looking at my phone, because then,
you're stuck and you're in that black hole of Instagram.
Well, sometimes I get notifications from people I follow,
and if, in the middle of the night, I can't sleep,
I definitely will go on, or if I'm half asleep,
I'll check my Instagram.
I check my phone all night, it is absolutely
either underneath my pillow, underneath my head,
or right within a foot.
Next to me in my nightstand.
And I wake up for even just a minute,
and I still look at it, and my eyes are closed.
My phone is actually on flying mode,
I just want it to be completely off but,
it's not that far from me,
because I just the alarm clock on it.
I usually put it very close to my head,
so I don't miss my alarm,
and yeah, that's the last thing I do before sleeping,
just check my phone, email,
text my mom, Goodnight. Stuff like that.