It was so much fun. My hair and makeup teams were the ones who were like, “You have to go on this show—it’s so important.” When you’re on set, they give you a tour, and it’s like walking through a museum. There’s such an art to everything they do. It’s so cool to watch them transform themselves—I’m still learning to draw on my eyebrows!
She also had this to say about the future of her House of Harlow:
Ultimately, I imagine it as a lifestyle brand, so I’d love to move into home and kids. For me, House of Harlow is really a place where I can celebrate being an individual, and share my love for the ’60s and the ’70s, and the freedom of that time, as well as the music and movement. It gets me really excited.