Lights Camera Fashion: Erin Wasson Video
The supermodel talks about her collaboration with Zadig & Voltaire and her gritty Low Luv jewelry line.
The collaboration came about I think I had the same way a lot of things being vouched in my life where I'm very kind of like Charlie's Angel like I just got a phone call one day and they approach me at the end of last year right before Christmas and just came to the table and said would you be interested in doing something with us, for us and anybody that knows the brand knows that they definitely have a [unknown] edge to them, but a sophistication as well and I think that's where I was wanting to go into a new direction as sort of refine my ideas of what rock and roll is but anything is to me and what it could mean to me that you really think I was almost like designing Pretty Woman that I wanted to be. So in as far as how much I'm involved I think anybody that knows me knows that I'm really involved. I'm kind of just like people make them that I mean all about my life. It's making me sure that like all that comes are in detail. For as much as I love clothes, I definitely love Joey more, so for me Lola has been, you know, my baby for about 4 years, always digging, digging, digging, searching, searching for new symbols and new, you know, things that can keep all that because with clothing I think it's kind of easier to come up with something that basically you wanna wear. I think it's with jewelry, because it feels it's actual like art that it feels like it's something of substance and so you want it to have some sort of connection with something symbolic, something intellectual, something unique. I love Haider Ackerman. I think he is extremely talented and mysterious and totally off the radar in a weird way even though he's extremely successful at the same time, you know, and I met Karl who really, like Karl Lagerfeld. He's a poet, a genius. I think I could like go down the line and say why I was like every woman. There isn't one person that can stand out, but it's me. No. I can't even call myself a divine. That's crazy. I call myself a cheerleader.