Model Maggie Quigley (above) was worked off her feet when some of the biggest names in fashion paraded their autumn-winter collections over a two-week period in daily fashion shows mostly in the Atrium at the Landmark. She took to the catwalk for seven shows in a row, modelling for names such as Narciso Rodriguez, Blumarine and Burberry. Known as Maggie Q in the business, she's also a budding actress whose first small-screen foray can be seen in the soon-to-be released television series House of Dragon. She's a little apprehensive about seeing herself on TV because 'it was filmed about a year ago and I look totally different now'. For the time being, Maggie can be seen socialising about town - but says that's not when she's happiest. 'I'm a total dork when it comes to socialising . . . some people are happiest when they look good, are dressed nice and feel popular but that's not me. I'm in my element at home with my two dogs.' She adopted one dog from the SPCA and then got another to keep him company. The cover girl on this month's edition of Harper's Bazaar, Maggie says it's important to get along with those you work with. 'I'm a high-maintenance girl and it's important to work with people you feel comfortable with and who can bring out your best.' And looking her best, she says, involves make-up. 'This perfect image is created but people don't realise that every model who appears on a cover is touched up. Nobody is that perfect. Without my make-up, no one can recognise me.'