Though she had experience working for Gap and knew a bit more than the average bear about shoes, Loeffler Randall's co-founder and creative director Jessie Randall really had no idea what she was getting into when she and her husband struck out on their own and launched their now-beloved shoe brand.
But it's that optimistic innocence, says Randall, that was the key to their success; when you don't know what's impossible, everything's possible. Approach your own creative career with that — and the rest of her so-inspiring advice — in mind, and you just might chase down that dream.
Shot and Produced by Adam Wissing at Colony. Edited by Jonathan Henry. Music by Expat Labs.