Occupation:Sales at Industrial Color/Broad in Residence at OriginalBroad.com
What she’s wearing:Rachel Roy jumpsuit, white blazer, silver pumps
Hometown:New York, NY
Describe your style:Power chic—as if Jackie O and Yves Saint Laurent had a fashion love child. I always center looks around silhouette and for my figure that means a constant emphasis on shoulder and waist. My sweet spot is where masculine and feminine collide while keeping tongue planted firmly in cheek. Being a broad means understanding your eccentricities, accepting them as your strengths, and playing them up.
My Nespresso Pixie. Caffeine is always the key to global domination.
Any beauty secrets?
Less is more. Products matter less than habit. Great beauties and fashion icons have a common trait of being religious, if not fanatical about their rituals. Find one that works and be diligent. I never leave the house without Lancôme’s Modèle Sourcils eyebrow gel and Lush Cosmetics’ “Feeling Younger” skin tint illuminator.
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Who is your style icon?
One half Yves Saint Laurent, one half Hitchcock heroine.
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Favorite eBay find ever:
Coats, jackets, blazers and vests. Outerwear makes an outfit.
What’s at the top of your wish list?
A YSL Le Smoking.
What’s the eBay item that got away?
A vintage Barbour barn jacket in perfect condition.
Whose closet would you raid?
Edith Head’s archives.
Watching old films in bed while reading mags on Next Issue for iPad and sipping champagne with fluffy pillows. Glamour is all about comfort and, yes, metered indulgence.
A boat trip through the South of France with all my favorite characters.
Favorite gift you ever received:
A Ziggy Stardust throw pillow I received from my best friends for my birthday, although my artist brother always gives me spectacular one of kind pieces as well.
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Song most played on your iPod:
“This Must Be the Place” by Talking Heads.
Favorite city to shop in:
Paris, for its well-stocked vintage and manic assortment of shops.