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Flower Child

“Andi” circa 1980. I recently found this photo of my mother from nearly thirty years ago and was shocked how this looks like it could have been from today—well, despite the grainy 35mm film quality. With graphic floral prints from designers like perennial favorite Proenza Schouler, new-comer Creatures of the Wind and even J.Crew on the runways for this spring, I could see this look any fashionista. Of course the long locks and legs can’t hurt. xo Liz
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Vintage Glamour

Vintage cape (similar); Rag & Bone tux blazer (similar); Betsey Johnson sweater dress (similar); Sparkle and Fade tank bralette (Urban Outfitters, similar); Kate Spade tights; BCBG shoes; etc… watchband bracelets, cuff and ring; all other jewelry, vintage. Every now and then, I love to add some old Hollywood glamour into my otherwise bohemian New York City lifestyle. Lately I’ve been channeling a bit of Brigitte Bardot meets Jane Birkin meets Stevie Nicks, as you can see on my
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Happy Birthday Andi

“Andi” circa 1965 Today would have been my style inspiration, my late mother’s, birthday and I guess I’m paying homage to her today without even realizing it. Some of you may have caught a glimpse at my new ‘do—the fringe that’s on top of my head. I remembered my mother had bangs throughout her youth into her beatnik days (prior to the hippie majorly long hair…and then the 80’s crimping…and then the 90’s perm), but when I came
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The Style Gene

“Andi”‘s mother—my grandmother, Selma, circa 1920’s-30’s While I normally post an image each week of my mother, “Andi,” and her style from back in the day that is current/inspiring for my own looks today, I couldn’t resist sharing this photograph of another style icon of mine, my own grandmother. I just had dinner with my dear friend Rachel of Nona E. Rose tonight, who’s accessories line namesake happens to be from both of her grandmother’s names. I realized
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