I don't avoid trends. You do definitely want to be on-trend, but I do like to pick and choose the things that I'm seeing. And not every trend will work on every client of mine.
I went to school to be an actor in Canada and realized I hated auditions once I left, which is a huge problem if you want to get a part.
My favorite thing about Milan is that you see these guys, and it's as if a spaceship came out of the most attractive planet invented and just dropped them off all across the city.
I believe everyone should have a pair of 'party pumps,' something with a little bit of sparkle that is attention grabbing and makes you happy.
As an Old Navy style attendant, I'm all about upgrading your bare basics and presenting them to your customer as basics you need to have in your wardrobe.
It's very rare that I get really upset about something my assistants have done.
I know what it's like and how hard my assistants work, and I try to treat them as fair as possible and make the office a fun environment.
I want to keep my clients happy, and the pressure's on me as the boss to manage my three assistants and make sure that everything is getting done. There's less time for tears and more time for bossing people around.
I fall asleep on the couch in front of the TV. It's very rare that I see the end of any show.
I was not expecting my sister to ask me to be her best man. I was so honored.
We all need relaxed outfits in our arsenals.
I feel very lucky because I get to work in so many different areas of fashion.
My grandmother, in her retirement home, actually has a picture of me from 'Star' magazine on their fashion police list. I think that's hilarious, but if Grandma approves, then I feel like I am all good.
I approach styling as if I were a woman and what I would want to wear to a certain event.
The Mercedes-Benz Fashion Force car is a statement about New York being one of the greatest fashion capitals of the world and the confident approach to individualistic style that people strive to explore throughout this amazing city.
Every season challenges me to approach styling in a different way.
I believe that things should be let go once they are discussed. Apology accepted. End of story.
I like to stand out in the crowd. So anytime a designer offers up items that are a little attention grabbing or pushing the boundaries ever so slightly, I'm always game for that.
I know it's not the '80s anymore, but the '80s are back with a vengeance. Get yourself some neon; whether it's a cute sneaker, a pump or a cross-body bag, add to your wardrobe a pop of neon.
I give people style tips in Whole Foods. Wherever I go, people want to ask me questions all the time, and I'm more than happy to answer them. I love talking to people.