On their work
"Committing yourself to the fashion system as a whole is not a way to ignite any real change. For example, Miuccia Prada, a woman I really look up to, studied political science. She's made huge waves in fashion because she's not coming from a didactic point of, 'I'm making clothes and clothing is all I do.'"
"[Solange is] very forward thinking. Her ideas push me to push myself as an artist, and to think outside of the box."
"People do get stuck in that field, where it’s difficult for them to accept change. But I think change is something that I've definitely learned from makeup. I love being in that moment, leaving it there, and then going straight to the next thing."
"I really enjoy creating logos and building brand identities as it’s something challenging but also very fulfilling."
"It was a hard interview because [Lil Yachty] didn't give me anything, he was just a tired and hungry teenager. I had to pull something out of it and it ended up being really fun, and I love him."
"It was really cool seeing something and being able to say 'That’s my work!'"
"With Amy Astley, I did a drawing of her and she made it her profile picture on Instagram. There was a little speech bubble that I did on the corner of the drawing and I sent her a direct message being like , 'Hey, thank you much for making it your profile picture. Here’s a version without the speech bubble so you don’t have a weird black thing in the corner of your picture.' She was like, 'Thank you so much, I’d love to buy the original.' Obviously I went to One World Trade and gave it to her for free."
"Every event is just as exciting as the last. Some are more complicated, so they take more time, but they’re all fun and unique."
"I have multiple favorite projects and every time I shoot new ones they become my favorite"
"I don't ever like anything to look like it's just a full look off the runway; I think that's boring. I like things to be a little eccentric even if it's not the most over the top styling technique."