"When I decided to start Good American, I thought a lot about the way the fashion media has a huge impact on the way you feel as a woman. The brand was really rooted in this idea of thinking, 'Shouldn't there be more options for women?"'
"When I get asked on the red carpet, 'Who are you wearing?', I get to also add that I'm working with Dress for Success. It's just one more sentence added to my day, but it makes the day more meaningful to me."
"Our audience holds us accountable for every decision we make. We are actively asking them every day, 'What do you think, tell us what we should do next?'"
"If I make a movie and it changes one person's life, it was worth it because that's all that we can hope for, to be connected to each other, one person at a time."
"I really set about to create Good American on the basis that you can have curves and still be beautiful."
"Using the red carpet for advocacy felt really timely and important. We use the red carpet as a primary platform because millions of people are watching. They're watching because they want to know who you are and what you stand for."
"The body positivity movement was really not being reflected in fashion. You'd see a little bit of diversity in some campaigns, but it was really done out of tokenism, it wasn't reflected in their collections."