FALL 2021

What are you made of?

From big dreams to black coffee—we asked a few of the coolest, funniest, most creative people we know that very question. Check out their videos (and shop their favorite picks of the season, duh) right here.



“Never in a million years did I think I could play with wigs for a living. Getting to dress up and become other people—I can’t think of anything more fun.”

“The first party I was able to go to this year felt like pure ecstasy. It was a dance party on a roof and I kept shouting, ‘OMG Yes.’ That’s bliss for me—dancing with friends.”

“These jeans make your butt look good, but don’t squish your guts. You can dress them up or down. It’s really whatever you want to make it.”


“Now that things are back to where we can interact more, I’m really looking forward to hanging out with people and celebrating milestones in person—a birthday, a job promotion or someone’s moving.”

“I love the act of creating. Whether it’s stand up, writing a book or podcasting, I love coming up with the next funny joke or the next great idea. And sometimes I do that by myself, sometimes as a collaborator. So it’s always really nice to sort of have that euphoria of, ‘Oh my God, this is something new and special.’”

“During the pandemic, I saw so many opportunities dry up, which was scary. The way that I handled that was by saying yes to everything, out of fear. But now on the other side of it, I’ve learned that ‘no’ is literally the best word on the planet. It really is.”


“I’ve always admired Chloe and Phoebe’s work so much. They’re so funny and creative and unique and singular in their voices and opinions of the world. And so I immediately knew being a part of this campaign will be really fun.”

“When you get a brand-new pair of jeans, they represent the memories that are to come. What I really love about great denim is that once I’ve worn it a bunch, it’s almost like a lucky talisman.”

“The hardest part of my job is the travel and being away from family. But on the flip side, being on stage makes me feel alive. It’s just so much fun. And I’m so lucky that I get to do it.”