When asked about her new clothing line and the Ohio Jacket, Fox said, "Yeah, the Ohio jacket is killer. So, I don’t want to say it was pretty easy—obviously a clothing line is a lot of work! But Boohoo already had options that resonated with my personal street style, and Maeve [Reilly] already understands that so well. So there was already a really good foundation for this collection, and we ended up making it much bigger than we originally thought, because we had so many ideas and we were so impressed with the sample pieces."
When asked how her personal style has change this past year, Fox said, "Obviously, that is heavily influenced by Maeve. Truthfully, it wasn’t something I’d ever really put too much thought into on my own, because I had gone through a bunch of stylists early on in my career, and none of them really resonated with me. And I felt like they were always dressing me too conservatively; I just wasn’t inspired. And so I kind of lost my love of fashion altogether, because I was like, “Wait, this isn’t like a creative process for me.” And then I found Maeve, who’s really done more musicians… She’s gotten to be much more eccentric and controversial and provocative, and she just gets me really well. I give her credit for getting me back into fashion."
"So, my own personal outfits are more tomboy," said Fox as she expanded on her identity and fashion. "But what people might not know about me is that I’m super petite. People do not realize how small I am. So I’m either in clothes that are really well-fitted or I just get overwhelmed by fabric, which happens very easily. So if I know I’m going to be photographed, I do tend to pick things with a very close fit. I would love to put on a pair of parachute pants, but it just doesn’t work on my body! It wasn’t exactly a choice to only wear tight clothes or cutouts."
Information originally sourced from Elle.