You've had a slew of really incredible red carpet moments over time. Is there a moment that means a great deal to you? And on the flip side of that, anything that you would be less inclined to repeat?
Goodness, definitely. I think I have the three looks that come to mind that hold a special place in my heart. The first one that comes to mind is when I wore this unbelievable blue Valentino gown to the Vanity Fair Oscars party a couple years ago, and it had this cape thing. It was an absolutely spectacular piece of art. The second I put it on, I was like, "Oh my god, this is it." I really loved this white Tory Burch dress that I wore to the Met. We got to work on that and design it together, which was so fun. I love Tory. I think she's an amazing person and businesswoman and artist, and I really, really really loved that dress. It's funny. It sort of made me not want to ever have a wedding dress, because this is what I would want. It's so perfect. I was like, "Maybe if I ever got married, I'd just do pajamas because this is the peak. This is what I would want." And then there was a Fendi yellow jumpsuit that I wore to the Golden Globes that I really loved. It was a low-V, puffy-sleeved jumpsuit. It looked like a dress, but it was a jumpsuit. I also got to be part of the designing process, so that was really special. And then the ones that I don't like, the list is aplenty. Oh god, I wore this dress that had a slit in the leg and all these jewels on it. It was just not me.