The LINE 9: Julia Lang

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The founder and creative director of VEERT talks Numerology, time travel, and Yung Pueblo.

When she’s not traveling around the world for fashions shows and meetings, or appearing in rap lyrics, Julia Lang is working hard building and designing her line VEERT, a lifestyle brand that creates everything from unisex jewelry, to home fragrance and home goods. A frequent traveler to Los Angeles, we sat down with her to get to know the serial entrepreneur a little better with The LINE 9.

Q:

What’s your favorite reading material?

A:

Although I don’t have a lot of time to read, it’s a form of meditation to me. It feeds the soul. A book that I always come back to is “The Four Agreements” by author Don Miguel Ruiz. As well as words by Yung Pueblo.

Q:

We know you already live in a song (Westside Gunn’s Julia Lang), but if could live in any movie, which one would it be?

A:

How about From Dusk Till Dawn, the iconic scene with Salma Hayek.

Q:

Tell us about the best moment you ever had with a stranger.

A:

Interesting question. I think it’s those interactions with a stranger that later on become some of the most important people in your life. That’s the true beauty of life.

Q:

What’s your go-to piece of jewelry?

A:

I never leave my house without my VEERT earrings. As well as a protection crystal stone around my neck.

Q:

What’s an invention you’d like to see in your lifetime?

A:

A time-machine. Beam yourself anywhere you want to be, within a blink of an eye.

Q:

In your opinion, what’s the best view in LA?

A:

The best view in LA is from my bed at The Line Hotel with a cup of coffee looking at the Hollywood sign. What a view. Very rare!

Q:

Numerology or Astrology?

A:

Numerology! We just dropped a 333 green enamel pendant chain for VEERT. Numerology follows me everywhere.

Q:

What’s your preferred mode of transportation?

A:

I get car sick super easily. It’s a pain. But I would love a nice road trip in nature. Plane rides are my choice, since I am based in the US and my family is based in Germany. I usually travel a lot. Plane rides feel like a bus ride to me at this point.

Q:

If you could create one law, what would it be?

A:

Equal pay for women and men. Equal rights and opportunities for women and men. But honestly there [are] too many laws that I would love to create. This world has A LOT OF WORK TO DO…

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