So what’s so special about these jeans you’re making?
They’re based on a few of my favourite pairs, one of them being a jean that I designed 10 years ago. It’s high-waisted, but not too crazy or with too much design on it. It’s more simple, sleek and everyday, which you don’t really find. Usually they’re very gimmicky, super-’70s. I want something modern. Let’s see how it turns out.
You’ve been a muse of the house of Versace for a long time. How did that happen?
One of the first shows I ever did for them was when I was 14. This was in the early 1990s and Gianni was still alive. They flew me to Italy and he saw me walk and it was a disaster. I had no clue. So he put me on a swing, and I ended up on this idyllic bench swing for the entire show. It was very cute. He was such a wonderful man and he had the most incredible style. I worked with him on a few different campaigns and shows, and it’s been a long-running relationship with the brand.
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