Girls of Now: Liza Thorn

Girls of Now: Liza Thorn

Girls of Now: Liza Thorn

Photography: Sharif Hamza

Styling: Tom Van Dorpe

What was your biggest moment of 2012?

Finishing Starred’s debut EP, Prison to Prison, and moving to NYC. I feel like I’m finally making it.

How do you feel about the term “It girl”? 

It’s tired.

Who is your favorite “It girl” of all time?

Chloe Sevigny. I think she is the classic forever It girl. Even when she is 100 she’ll always be my favorite forever It girl.

Who is the next It girl on your radar?

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge

What is “It” right now?

I highly recommend reading the Stephen King novel It. Oh my god, it’s so terrifying. You will never think about It in the same way again.

What is your style philosophy for 2013?

White bleach everything. White fur coat, bra, panties, and boots. A high blowjob-ponytail. Lots of sex makes the skin look good. Be kind to everyone. Kindness is the best style philosophy. Buy a stranger coffee and have more sex.

How would you like to see the world change in 2013?

Complete collapse of every government control system, have some massive computer glitch happen that erases everyone’s bank account and credit score. Move to the farm. Rock and roll will change the world.

What are your goals for 2013?

Starred would like to tour the world and sign with a super amazing label for our debut full-length, which we are currently writing. Holy hell, it’s sounding great.

Any New Year’s resolutions?

Wear SPF 100 every day. Meditate, cast spells, and write songs. I want to tour the world, find the best fur coat, make music that touches people’s hearts, become more patient, and love into infinity.

What are you excited about next?

Signing autographs on acid, getting those clear Acne rain boots I saw. Learning more about transcendental meditation.

Prison to Prison is out now from Pendu Sound.


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