On Muséd, love, and our collective conscience:
I channel my emotions into the collections and I think that’s what makes them a bit romantic or dark in the first place... Going crazy in the studio, shredding up silk. That’s what resonates - they can feel an intimate quality without having to know every detail. I’m a very private person.
The inspiration transcends, I’m in love and it’s such an incredible thing, we want to build a studio together. There are things we want to do together and it’s fun for me to have a muse that has so much energy and bounces back. He has such an angelic quality.
I see the future in other projects... A film, a book, a scent. I love being a mom. It keeps me busy and it keeps my intentions pure, you know? I’d love to work with a company that prioritizes humanitarian causes, like Le Labo... They’re building wells for people. Clean water - these are the things that need our focus and voice.
A movement is usually inspired by whatever happened directly before it... a cumulative conscience. It can be a good thing, as designers it can also lead you into this space between assigning your own narcissism or facing the reality of what comes with starting a movement. Corporate people rip artists off... I think it happens to a lot of our talented friends and it’s unfortunate. All I can do is react differently, and utilize what protections we have as creators.
I’m lucky to be out here [in Los Angeles] in the sun and in nature with this cult of angels, my Love and P.