I think coming to work and being absurd and neurotic and thoughtful at the same time is far more interesting.
I find the female tragedy of insecurity to be hilarious. We get obsessed over issues like the tiny skin tags on our backs or that we're fat. You read one line in a magazine and it sends you into a tailspin.
I'm vegan on home base, but when I travel to other countries, I throw it all into the garbage.
I have this necklace I always wear. I collect pendants from people I love; my best friends and members of my family have all given me one, and I put them on this chain so no matter where I am they're always with me.
Actually, in my own life I think I probably feign neuroses to be more interesting than I am.
There are a lot of funny people and a lot of unfunny people. Some of them are women and some of them are dudes.
I like my body, I like to have fun with what I put on, but I also want to remain classic. So I guess my signature is sexy and eclectic but classic.
Filmmaking is a huge privilege; it's not brain surgery. It's art, and art is supposed to be an enjoyable process, and it is an enjoyable experience for me.
I love fashion. I always have. When I was a kid, I was in almost full-on costumes when I went to school, and I've retained a bit of that in my adulthood.
You have to keep hobbies in L.A. Otherwise, it's sad.
But I'd say 'How to Make It in America' is the most accurate depiction of the New York hipster community on television for sure.
I am lactose intolerant, and I always thought it was really funny how people who are lactose intolerant continue to eat dairy, because they like it so much. And I find it not acceptable.
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