What’s your go-to airport shoe? Meteor. Our sneaker. We cannot keep it on the shelves. It sold out in about 20 minutes when we first put it online. There’s a sandal of ours called Veronika that I wear tons. In the winter, I wear a boot of mine called Echo and it’s really, really comfortable. And there’s going to be a new boot [the Rayna] I’ll wear that we just got in from Italy. It’s so comfortable. It doesn’t matter if your foot swells on the plane – they’re shoes that will accommodate that.
How many pairs of shoes did you pack for this trip? Fourteen. Because I wanted to make sure I had shoes that exist here that don’t exist anywhere else. I wanted to make sure I had the ones that had arrived from Italy.
How many would you pack for a weekend away? Two pairs.
Is there such a thing as too many? I’m not really a shopper. I’ve never been someone who’s bought a lot of shoes. Carrie Bradshaw did, and I played her and we do look alike but there are radical differences between us. I think it depends who you are. Everybody has different rules by which they live. I think your finances dictate a lot. Shoes aren’t important for everybody. There are lots of people who function in the world who just live practically, just live by necessity and by geography, temperature, and weather. I think that’s a very personal thing.