A true original. Unapologetically avantgarde. She cites Isabelle Eberhardt as her inspiration. A Swiss writer who traveled through North Africa in the late 1800’s, who wore men’s clothes because they were more practical and comfortable. I can’t help but think of the wild American west (same time period) viewed through the lens of a goth rocker/Belle Epoque ingenue.
I love the long, slouchy, silhouette. She does use some white and off-white (it is spring after all), but she loves her some black.
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