How I’m changing the game
“At Reformation, we try not to play by the rules other fashion companies have to play by. We did a wholesale line, didn’t like it. So, we decided we were only going to sell our stuff at our shops. We didn’t like having stuff manufactured in China. So, we decided to have our own factory and do it in the U.S. We didn’t want to make the clothes too expensive. So, we found a way to bring it to a price point more people could afford. Even with designing, we don’t necessarily create collections with themes or general inspiration. We do what we want, what we are interested in, and what we think makes women happy. That’s it.”
The biggest challenge I've faced
"I think letting things go is the most important thing I've learned to do at this job — to not hold onto an idea or feeling like it’s precious. The more you can move and get past things, the easier life becomes. It’s really hard because I’m very sensitive, but, sometimes, you just have to be strong and chill."
What beauty means to me
"Beauty is something that changes you, that moves around your molecules and grabs you."
Reformation Long-Sleeve Dress, $248, shop similar styles at Reformation;
Sandro Chain Detail Oxfords; Jonathan Horowitz Necklace.