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Look 1: Theory black blazer, 3, similar style available at Theory; Theyskens' Theory tank; Theyskens' Theory oversized leather pant; Manolo Blahnik black-patent pump.
Look 2: Derek Lam white draped top; Derek Lam white oversized pant; Manolo Blahnik black-patent pump.
Turned out, I ended up making pop music, where there are NO right or wrong answers, nobody gets a lab coat or even business cards, and where new ideas are the currency. "A taxi ride over the bridge into Manhattan — with windows down — some kind of discovery, and dinner with someone I love.
Ugh, I'm such a cheese ball, but it's true.”Styled by Laura Pritchard, Hair by Bethany Brill, Makeup by Tiffany Patton.
A kiwi, sliced into four parts, eaten with the skin — washed, of course. It was completely awesome.” Tell us a little about your career goals, including any creative endeavors on the horizon.
”Frankly, I'm really curious to see how long I can keep getting away with this.
(Seriously — there’s even a don’t-miss dossier rounding out Courtney Love’s beauty faves.)What kind of kid were you? “I would venture to say I was equal parts endearing and annoying.
I’d hope it’s what’s given me the no-risk-no-reward attitude I have now.”Styled by Laura Pritchard, Hair by Bethany Brill, Makeup by Tiffany Patton.
Spending her days recording in a studio built inside an abandoned pharmaceutical factory — “I've been wearing scrubs, just to be in harmony with the building's original function” — she’s back at what she does best: forging originality through music (though her eclectic wardrobe — unitards, anyone? “It's exciting to finally have enough experience that we can make recordings sound the way we want on our own terms,” she explained. What are you doing with your life and career right now?
I don't have the time or money for those sports, anymore, but that love for rhythm and elegance will always be with me.”When you were a kid, what did you think you'd be doing at this age?
”I imagined I'd be a biologist, or some kind of scientist.
And then, on my own time, I've been working on an electronic solo album since last spring, which I'm fully producing myself and hoping to release before the end of 2013.
I've been performing these songs under made-up names and incognito, so that I can try things out without it being connected to anything else I'm doing, but, eventually, I'll properly unleash it when it feels ready to publicly put my name on.” Tell us the true-life tale of the last completely awesome thing you did. It was fantastic: toast with ricotta, marmalade, and basil.