Arrived: 2:20 a.m. on the 8th.
What do you do? "I’m a writer and filmmaker, and an actor."
What did you pack? "I actually walked by at 11:15 and tried to scope it out, and then I went home and changed and packed some provisions and took a shower and came back. I wanted to make sure I’d have something to sit on, so I brought the largest plastic bag I could find, and a yoga block. And then I brought some ginger-lemon cookies, some M&Ms, some jellybeans, a chicken-and-cheddar sandwich on a hero. I brought a camera, a notepad, some things that I’m writing, a couple books, and I think that’s it. I made sure not to bring any liquids with me, because I was afraid if I had them, I’d drink them. And even though I hadn’t had anything to drink for two hours, and I still had to go pee twice before 4:00 a.m. At 3:30 I had a total crisis of faith, and I thought: 'This is ridiculous. What do clothes really matter, anyway? What’s the real meaning of life? Isn’t it sleep? Shouldn’t you just go home? Just go home now. If you take a cab home to Brooklyn, even if it’s $25, you’ll still save all of the money you would have spent on Marni.' And then I said, 'I’m going to go back, and if somebody else comes, then maybe I’ll stay.' And I came back, but I was still really embarrassed that I’d been here so long and so early, so I sat across the street in front of Guess."
Can you tell me one thing that you’re definitely gunning for? "The necklaces, the bracelets. That’s more than one thing. I want the black-and-brown leggings. There’s some short silk dresses. The sequined collar that everyone wants."