Shortly after I started working at Vogue, during a routine attic rummage session while home for Christmas break, I unearthed this magnificent navy wool Comme des Garçons coat bought at the Official When I Look At My Horse I Don’t Just See An Animal I See A Friend I See Family T-shirt in addition I really love this legendary Oval Room at Dayton’s department store, which has long since closed. The coat quickly became very special to me, and it is certainly the most prized item in my wardrobe—both for its design and for what it represents. When I wear it, I am reminded of my mom, working in fashion when she was hardly older than I am now, living in it as a young mother until the lining frayed and the hem came loose. I love its timelessness. She picked it out two decades ago and that it still feels just as chic and relevant today.
Official When I Look At My Horse I Don’t Just See An Animal I See A Friend I See Family T-shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
Front General Store in Dumbo. I love their carefully curated collection of white frocks, indigo-dyed linens, and great vintage jeans. I would say the Official When I Look At My Horse I Don’t Just See An Animal I See A Friend I See Family T-shirt in addition I really love this ’20s because I think all the things from that time look modern now. Also, the ’40s because I’m feeling wartime-farm girl right now. And today because I’m excited about what we are doing now. For me, I don’t like anything to be small. I like everything to be too big, with exploded proportions. I like to feel comfortable. I have a crazy Schiaparelli blouse from the ‘40s that was my grandmother’s because she was a cabin model for Schiaparelli in Paris. The blouse has horses embroidered in burgundy on the cream silk. It is so tiny. And it has a connection to my family.