Julia Fox co-helms Franziska Fox, a young brand with huge star-appeal. Her dresses have adorned Robin Wright and Iggy Azalea, among others. Catch the glamorous upstart posing at home for photographer Miyako Bellizzi.

What is your biggest fear?

I would have to say that what I fear the most is failure.

What do you do during your downtime?

These days I feel like I hardly have any downtime. When I get a chance an ideal ending to the day would be laying in bed with my hair dryer, but I usually end up meeting up with my girls and talking about life.

Favorite place to eat in NY?

Lucien has been my all time favorite restaurant since forever. I grew up with Zac (Lucien’s son) so I've been going there for over a decade. It's my second home. The “Foie Gras Happy Ending” at Happy Ending Lounge is also a dish that I love... I highly recommend it. I'm there so often, it's my third home.

Favorite places to go out in NY?

Happy Ending Lounge!

Any secret spot?

Nothing I do is secret.

What do you listen to these days?

My playlist has been very y2k for some time now — No Doubt, Kylie and Madonna. There's also Blood Orange and most especially Drake on heavy rotation.

What is your biggest inspiration?

To be completely honest, my friends inspire immensely. I spend a lot of time with them — any free minute I have actually — and at times they have been the sole reason I got up in the morning. Women in general inspire me.

Creatively, I'm inspired a lot by the forms and patterns that are created by nature... I love salt-water fish, snakes, lizards, mushrooms, flowers, butterflies etc. I could literally look at them for hours.

5 things you can't live without?

Italian food, Black Tea Firming Overnight Mask by Fresh, 6 hours of sleep per night, My beloved hair dryer, And of course.. Laughter. My all time fave.

How do you feel about nudity and how it empowers women?

What is most empowering is when a woman embraces her nudity for her own self and for herself only. When she is open and comfortable with posing nude, it should be because she acknowledges her body as a work of art — Not to seek validation from external sources.