What three people, dead or alive, would you want to have dinner with?
"Iris Apfel because she is my aesthetic queen. I love that she just pulls inspiration from whatever she loves and has built her fashion empire around that. We'll stick to creatives because I could go towards social justice activists, but since we're doing a creative endeavor with photography, we'll stick to creatives. Probably Coco Chanel. Yeah, that'd be really cool. And Liz Keckley. She was a slave who went into creative dress making and dressed Mary Todd Lincoln. I think her story is really powerful, how she used her craft to literally get out of slavery. Then she went on to be a good friend to others and empowered other females through really hard times. She's really rad."
Chinatown, Los Angeles, California