What 3 things from your wardrobe do you wear most often?
"There are a pair of old Isabel Marant harem pants I have from spring '05 that I pull out every spring. They are a lightweight blue cotton and they are so comfy yet chic. This is the essence of most of Isabel Marant's pieces—they dress you up in French chic, but are wondrously comfortable. I can pull them on in the morning to drop off my son at school, but not feel frumpy. Also a dark grey cashmere cardigan from the Row. I remember being so skeptical of The Row when it first came out, but then I tried some of the pieces on and fell in love. The fabrics that they use are so luxuriously soft and the silhouettes are sexy yet not overly feminine. I take this cardigan with me on every flight and it's my go-to piece when I need just an extra layer. And my Comme des Garcons x Converse. Of course like any good fashionista, I love Comme des Garcons, and I love a good pair of Converse so this collaboration was love at first sight for me. I heart CDG hearts."
Where do you find your inspiration for your home?
"It's hard for me to point my finger at one source of inspiration. I think it's a combination of my travels in Europe, my love for old modernist masters like Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, Charlotte Perriand, Charles and Ray Eames, Marcel Breuer, and certain fabrics that I've obsessed over from my own wardrobe."
If you could describe your personal style in 3 words, what would they be?
"French-inflected, subtle sexy, and neutral-toned (sorry that's 6 words)."