What was the most gratifying trip you took recently?
I think it was my last trip to Milan. We went to this café called Marchesi, this really intense Italian pastry shop that I guess has been around for years. At some point Prada bought it and they redid the interior. We really did a full-on Prada experience in Milan, which was great since both me and Brooke are pretty huge admirers of hers. I thought the Prada foundation was so, so incredible. I loved the exhibition on stealing in artwork.
I just felt like it was the most inspiring museum I’d ever been to. I just loved it so much.
The attention to detail is amazing. All its different spaces have completely different interiors, and yet they’re so consistent.
It makes total sense with what she does with clothing, too. She’s someone who likes breaking down all of these walls and is interested in interdisciplinary things.
The Louise Bourgeois works in the permanent exhibition were shattering.
That was my favorite! The flesh-colored stuffed figure.
The most beautiful artwork I’ve ever seen!
I loved how it was alone in that room. What did you think of the Wes Anderson café?
It’s really nice, no?
I thought it was really nice, too. I loved how the menu was basically like, 400 sandwiches and then 400 alcoholic drinks. When you’re in there, you can also tell someone who works in film designed it. It’s very surface level. The walls are really ornate but they are photographs turned into wallpaper. Same with the tabletops and trash cans. I thought it was interesting how it was some kind of illusion of luxury.