Lord & Taylor celebrates store reopening with Victoria Justice
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By Cristina Corvino
Lord & Taylor celebrated the grand reopening of its newly renovated Stamford, Connecticut, store with special guest Victoria Justice in early December.
The three-floor renovation features upgraded lighting, flooring and fitting rooms and enhancements to the cosmetics and men's areas.
Check out photos of Justice at the event, and if you love her jumpsuit as much as we do, you can get one for yourself right here!
Before Justice participated in the ribbon cutting with Lord & Taylor President Liz Rodbell, AOL.com had the pleasure of catching up with her about the event, her dream role and more.
Check out our full conversation below:
Why were you excited to partner with Lord & Taylor on this reopening?
I was really excited to partner with Lord & Taylor, because not only is tonight benefiting a great charity -- Save the Children -- it's also going to be a great store opening. They've revamped things, and who doesn't love going to a great department store during the holidays?
Speaking of holidays, what's the best and worst gift you've ever received?
One of the best gifts I ever received would have to be an eight-headed Christmas sweater. I took a family Christmas picture one year, and I had my mom in the sweater, my sister, my stepdad, my 98-year-old grandma at the time and two of our dogs -- so it was really fun.
I've never received a bad gift, you know what I mean? I feel like it's always just the thought that counts, [and that] makes it meaningful.
I love that. And since it's the holiday season, there are a lot of parties and dinners. If you could invite three celebrities to a dinner party, who would they be?
Ooh, if I could invite three celebrities to a dinner party, I would probably invite Kristen Wiig, because I'm obsessed with her, and she's hilarious and would be the comic relief of the evening. And then I'd also invite Paul McCartney because I would just love to ask him so many questions about songwriting and the life he's lived. Then I would also invite the Dalai Lama just to have a good balance there and have some good wisdom and great insight.
What is your dream role and/or collaboration?
Acting wise, something that just randomly came to my head recently -- I think it would be really fun to do a remake of "Flashdance." And I would love to play Jennifer Beals' character. I love singing and dancing and acting and doing all three, but it would be really fun just to predominantly do a dance film. I think I would have so much fun doing that.
[As for] someone I would want to collaborate with musically, I would love to do something with Lily Allen. I'm such a big fan of hers.
Speaking of dancing, would you ever do "Dancing with the Stars"?
I don't know if I would do "Dancing with the Stars" -- definitely not at this point, I don't think.
This interview has been edited and condensed.
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