I spent a lot of money on clothes and accessories during my decade of being a fashion icon.

And yes, I earned more than most, but the fact that I was so successful at it doesn’t mean I was rich.

The real question is: What’s the most important thing you ever did with your life?

And the answer is: You.

This is my 10-year-old daughter, and her answer to that question.

In an age of social media, social media influencers and celebrity gossip, it’s easy to forget that you were actually a fashion star for the first few years of your life.

I was at the forefront of fashion trends and I wore a lot.

I was in the limelight a lot and I was an incredibly influential person in my own right.

What I didn’t do is take the time to actually think about what it would mean to me and my daughter if we weren’t both in the fashion business.

How do you go from being the face of your brand to the face on your own runway?

How do fashion brands get from one generation to the next?

It was my first foray into the world of fashion, so it was a big leap for me to make.

We were born on June 4, 1993, in Los Angeles, and I had just finished my first year of school.

At that point, I was living in the same apartment building as a friend of mine.

She was a model.

So she introduced me to a lot more fashion designers, which led me to work with a lot people who were also models.

One of the designers was an artist named Sarah K, who I had never heard of before.

She said, ‘I’m Sarah K and I’m a designer in LA.

I’m making clothes for fashion houses all over the world.’

I was totally blown away.

It’s such a small, small industry, so Sarah was like, ‘What are you doing?’

I was like: ‘I’ve been making clothes in LA for a very long time and I want to work for you.

Why don’t you give me a try?’

She was super nice, and we met in a designer store in L.A. She said, I know I can do this because I work with all these different designers.

She took me to the first runway in LA that year.

When I first saw the photos, I couldn’t believe my eyes.

Sarah was a very confident, tall, beautiful model.

She had this amazing sense of style.

But she wasn’t just the best model in LA; she was one of the best designers in the world.

She would make me clothes in two weeks and the next day she would make another.

That was how she made me look.

So, Sarah was the inspiration for the next two years.

Sarah was the face and the soul of the brand, but she wasn’s the one who would also inspire me.

I wanted to do my own thing.

I was living my dream of being an actress.

I worked on a few movies and eventually landed a role on a television series.

And then my agent introduced me back to the fashion world.

After that, I started modeling.

Because Sarah had always made me clothes, I decided to go into the industry because I was still very young and I wanted something that I could wear and look good doing.

Sarah started modeling in 1996 and had her own clothing line, Sarah’s World, which she would sell at fashion shows.

By 2002, I had sold my first fashion line, and she started selling her own line, called Sarah K. That’s when Sarah went from making $5,000 a month selling clothes to $50,000.

Within two years, she had a billion-dollar empire.

She started her own brand called Sarah & Co. and by 2007, it was worth $250 million.

Sarah was a fashion designer who knew how to connect with the fans.

She also had an incredible personality and she was so talented that I knew she would do the same for me.

When I got a call from Sarah to audition for a role in a television show called Love & Mercy, I didn’ think twice about it.

I thought, ‘You’re my girl, and this is what I’ve been waiting for.’

The first episode of Love & Justice was the pilot for the second season of the show, which was about a group of teenagers who went on a trip to a beach in a small town in the Philippines.

They are in a cabin together, and it’s a vacation to the Philippines, and the parents are very supportive of the family.

Sarah and I get along great and I loved working with her.

We were in the writers’ room when she called me.

“Do you have any questions?”

I said, “I have some.”She