"That gold dress. I remember the day I bought that gold lace fabric in New York City. I was around 38th Street, in the fabric and notions district, and I saw this gold, fabulous, fabulous fabric—it’s gold lace, but it’s covered in sequins and embroidery. And I said, 'That’s Imani’s dress for sure.' And I brought it home, and I wanted it to have a bare midriff and so—what we do in dressmaking is buy very sheer stretch fabric, and I dyed it to match her skin tone, so it kind of looks naked in the center. So I created it, and I designed that jewelry. The jewelry has the look of the Watusi, so it looks like these Watusi neck bands. Her bracelets and her hair were also all very coordinated."