I've loved musicals ever since I saw 'The Lion King' on Broadway.
I think that androgyny is so amazing. Men's shows I can look at and say, 'I would wear that.' But there's things I see at Nina Ricci, and I'm like, 'They need to make that in men's,' or 'I want those pants.' Everything is inspiring.
I know you don't always need to spend a ton of money to be stylish.
I guess if you're independent, not afraid of much, and extremely stylish, that makes you a pretty good candidate for being a New Yorker.
It's very hard to be OK with who you are and not care what other people think of you. Believe me, I know.
'Ugly Betty' has been four years of my life, important adolescent years. I think that all I've really known was getting pampered and interviewed and getting my picture taken.
I've been doing a lot of stuff that has to do with charity and giving. I'm trying to give and not take as much.
Chloe Sevigny always dresses appropriately but doesn't blend in with the crowd.
I definitely love T.V.
I want to show that I'm a real teenager, not some fantasized Hollywood kid.
I would never turn down a movie, but at the same time, but my ideal job would be a half-hour sitcom.
I'm really interested in fashion journalism.
'Ugly Betty' taught me everything about fashion.
When I was 4, my dad let me 'help' him back out of the driveway, but I'm amazing at driving golf carts.
Ugly Betty' has definitely helped me cope with issues I would have never been able to cope with if I wasn't a part of a show that has such unique characters.
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