To wit, some of our favourite excerpts from a lovely, light-hearted chat between the gals:
- On S&M in fashion: ‘To me that S&M influence is kind of a timeless thing. That leather-daddy look is almost like a classic look now.’
- On the balance between commerce and design: ‘Humberto’s [Leon, the Opening Ceremony cofounder] always trying to push me to do more and more product, where I would like to less and less so I can have everything really perfect.’
- On animal prints: ‘Actually, growing up, I only thought crazy people wore animal print. Until a few years ago, I never wore animal print. I hated animal print. And now it’s a mainstay.’
- On sneaking out of home as a teenager: ‘I once came home and my mom was lying in my bed.’
- On hoarding: ‘I’ve kept everything. I have everything that’s ever been on my wall from junior high through this year. Even when I go in different movies, I notice I’ll collect certain things, and put certain things on the wall or in my trailer, and then I’ll keep them all, like, per year, so I can remember what I was going through or what I was into that year.’
- On feeling like a Hollywood outsider: ‘I feel like I was always embraced by fashion. Fashion embraces the weirdos. They’re into that. They’re into, you know, taking anybody’s idea [laughs] and running with it, or influence, you know? There are always young people that people in fashion are interested in. You know, youth and vitality and energy—it brings something different. But I never felt like an insider in Hollywood in any way, shape, or form. I feel like a lot of the Hollywood kids are also kind of weirdos in their own way. They were probably theater nerds, you know, in high school. But I still don’t feel like part of the Hollywood clique, and that’s OK.'
Read the full interview here.