The phrase square peg in a round hole springs to mind. Moreover, originality frees you to find items that actually suit you as you are not blinkered by the narrowness of trends. Think of Chloe Sevigny, staring at the world through those hooded lids, with those wise for years eyes, who spots styles that suit her maverick persona months before they are deemed acceptable by the pantheons of the catwalk (high waisted trousers, for example) because she does not limit her sights. Moreover, because she is not following anyone’s example, she finds her own ways to make them compliment her, such as keeping ruffled hems short on her small body or ensuring that a floral chiffon dress is full length. There’s always something knowing, and at the same time blithely oblivious, about her style. Or think artist Rachel Feinstein, with her high heels and doodles of curls. She always makes me wonder if she is really is a Thirties Hollywood film star who has somehow stepped through the screen into modern day Manhattan, with her repertoire of pussy bow blouses and high waisted skirts; like a character made flesh from one of her artist husband John Currin’s gently surreal paintings.
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