Los Angeles, United States
What’s it like being in a shoegaze band coming from a classical background?
It’s completely different. I used to be really hard on myself when I messed up on stage because if I screwed up one note during a recital I’d get in trouble with my parents and teachers. Playing in Sugarcube has taught me to just relax and have fun with it. It’s a really cool thing to be able to create music with your best friends and perform original material for people.
Describe your approach to fashion?
I’m inspired by the 60s/70s, Impressionism, Bowie, French cinema, boys in bands, eccentric old women and my friends. My style is all over the place and I like to dress for myself. I really respect when people don’t follow trends and take a risk and wear what they want.