Since I spent my childhood surrounded by fashionable women, I started reading Vogue (and every other fashion magazine) when I was nine. After a brief stint in fashion design school, I wound up with an English degree. I'm now the proverbial liberal arts degree holder working in the non-profit sector but leading a double life by holding on with finally painted nails to those images that first inspired me so many years ago: my mother in a camel colored trench, red nails and perfectly coiffed blond hair; my sister walking down runways in bright pink pumps and bold silver accessories; my other sister the picture of the "All American Girl" with her freckled nose and classic taste; my grandmother in crisp, white Ralph Lauren shirts, dark skinny jeans and red boots. But first and foremost, to Christian Dior's New Look -- the original Bar.
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Fashion, to me, is art. And like art, great fashion is timeless and trans formative. It's not just about wearing designer labels or expense. It's about style that comes from somewhere within and mixes in a tangible, necessary and unique way. It defines and refines and is no different than the painting you choose to hang over your bed or your favorite book you've read a million times. It's personal expression and in this day and age of globalization, everyone is hungry to define their distinct individuality.
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