Rocking Diane von Furstenberg to the CFDA/eBay “You Can’t Fake Fashion” event at Finale in New York City. I’m wearing a DvF dress and bag, produced by my kid sister Molly (#SisterLove)!

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Rocking Diane von Furstenberg to the CFDA/eBay “You Can’t Fake Fashion” event at Finale in New York City. I’m wearing a DvF dress and bag, produced by my kid sister Molly (#SisterLove)!

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Rocking Diane von Furstenberg to the CFDA/eBay “You Can’t Fake Fashion” event at Finale in New York City. I’m wearing a DvF dress and bag, produced by my kid sister Molly (#SisterLove)!

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Rocking Diane von Furstenberg to the CFDA/eBay “You Can’t Fake Fashion” event at Finale in New York City. I’m wearing a DvF dress and bag, produced by my kid sister Molly (#SisterLove)!

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This past week I braved the snowstorm to go out and support my friend and mentor Olivia Zaleski’s father’s foundation, The Dream Project, for their benefit at Museo del Barrio in New York.
It was inspiring to hear about how Olivia’s father started laying the groundwork for the project more than twenty years ago, when he bought a house down in the Dominic Republic. Today, the foundation supports the education of more than 3,000 children a year at a surprisingly low cost. Read more at the Dream Project website, here. I’m wearing some of my favorite pieces: green and lavender earrings (flea market find), a green velvet purse (vintage), and a Banana Republic LBD that I purchased at Housing Works, obviously. 

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This past week I braved the snowstorm to go out and support my friend and mentor Olivia Zaleski’s father’s foundation, The Dream Project, for their benefit at Museo del Barrio in New York.
It was inspiring to hear about how Olivia’s father started laying the groundwork for the project more than twenty years ago, when he bought a house down in the Dominic Republic. Today, the foundation supports the education of more than 3,000 children a year at a surprisingly low cost. Read more at the Dream Project website, here. I’m wearing some of my favorite pieces: green and lavender earrings (flea market find), a green velvet purse (vintage), and a Banana Republic LBD that I purchased at Housing Works, obviously. 

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This past week I braved the snowstorm to go out and support my friend and mentor Olivia Zaleski’s father’s foundation, The Dream Project, for their benefit at Museo del Barrio in New York.

It was inspiring to hear about how Olivia’s father started laying the groundwork for the project more than twenty years ago, when he bought a house down in the Dominic Republic. Today, the foundation supports the education of more than 3,000 children a year at a surprisingly low cost. Read more at the Dream Project website, here.

I’m wearing some of my favorite pieces: green and lavender earrings (flea market find), a green velvet purse (vintage), and a Banana Republic LBD that I purchased at Housing Works, obviously.

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New York Fashion Week Attire: Wearing an heirloom Etrusceana bracelet—psst.. read the history of the bracelet, below—with a vintage Marvin Richards camel hair coat ($20, Return to Cinda), a vintage Gucci suede purse ($15, a thrift store in the LES somewhere), and a silver and green brocade Henri Bendel dress ($10, Housing Works).
This piece of jewelry belonged to Libby, my all-time style icon and role model, whom I cherish to this day. Although she passed six years ago, I think of her always. She was like a grandmother to me.
When her daughter, Lisa, gave me this bracelet for Christmas, I wanted to find out more. Apparently, Etrusceana jewelry was only made for one year, in 1941. 
According to Ruby Lane, "the Estrusceana line was designed by Louis C. Mark for the Rice Warner Co. Initially designed for period movies such as Jungle Book and Thief of Baghdad, the Estruscan-style jewelry was commissioned by the movie company, United Artists." Pretty cool.More: New York Fashion Week / Styled By Emma
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New York Fashion Week Attire: Wearing an heirloom Etrusceana bracelet—psst.. read the history of the bracelet, below—with a vintage Marvin Richards camel hair coat ($20, Return to Cinda), a vintage Gucci suede purse ($15, a thrift store in the LES somewhere), and a silver and green brocade Henri Bendel dress ($10, Housing Works).
This piece of jewelry belonged to Libby, my all-time style icon and role model, whom I cherish to this day. Although she passed six years ago, I think of her always. She was like a grandmother to me.
When her daughter, Lisa, gave me this bracelet for Christmas, I wanted to find out more. Apparently, Etrusceana jewelry was only made for one year, in 1941. 
According to Ruby Lane, "the Estrusceana line was designed by Louis C. Mark for the Rice Warner Co. Initially designed for period movies such as Jungle Book and Thief of Baghdad, the Estruscan-style jewelry was commissioned by the movie company, United Artists." Pretty cool.More: New York Fashion Week / Styled By Emma
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New York Fashion Week Attire: Wearing an heirloom Etrusceana bracelet—psst.. read the history of the bracelet, below—with a vintage Marvin Richards camel hair coat ($20, Return to Cinda), a vintage Gucci suede purse ($15, a thrift store in the LES somewhere), and a silver and green brocade Henri Bendel dress ($10, Housing Works).

This piece of jewelry belonged to Libby, my all-time style icon and role model, whom I cherish to this day. Although she passed six years ago, I think of her always. She was like a grandmother to me.

When her daughter, Lisa, gave me this bracelet for Christmas, I wanted to find out more. Apparently, Etrusceana jewelry was only made for one year, in 1941.

According to Ruby Lane, "the Estrusceana line was designed by Louis C. Mark for the Rice Warner Co. Initially designed for period movies such as Jungle Book and Thief of Baghdad, the Estruscan-style jewelry was commissioned by the movie company, United Artists." Pretty cool.

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I’m gonna’ go ahead and be the first to point out that I bear a stark resemblance to the white sheet behind me—it’s okay, you can call me “Casper”—but, nevertheless, I was stoked to have the opportunity to wear this woven suede Zac Posen dress to Suzanne Rae’s fashion show at New York Fashion Week.
VIEW SLIDESHOW: Suzanne Rae Fall Winter 2013 
Zac Posen has been one of my favorite designers for a long time. His dresses are way above my budget, so I was excited—more like ecstatic—to find this dress in mint condition at a Housing Works thrift store for $40. Seriously.
I’m wearing this Zac Posen dress with a vintage fur hat, thrifted brown leather boots, and a timeless—no pun intended—gold watch found at a flea market.
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Photo by Starre Vartan.
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I’m gonna’ go ahead and be the first to point out that I bear a stark resemblance to the white sheet behind me—it’s okay, you can call me “Casper”—but, nevertheless, I was stoked to have the opportunity to wear this woven suede Zac Posen dress to Suzanne Rae’s fashion show at New York Fashion Week.
VIEW SLIDESHOW: Suzanne Rae Fall Winter 2013 
Zac Posen has been one of my favorite designers for a long time. His dresses are way above my budget, so I was excited—more like ecstatic—to find this dress in mint condition at a Housing Works thrift store for $40. Seriously.
I’m wearing this Zac Posen dress with a vintage fur hat, thrifted brown leather boots, and a timeless—no pun intended—gold watch found at a flea market.
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Photo by Starre Vartan.
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I’m gonna’ go ahead and be the first to point out that I bear a stark resemblance to the white sheet behind me—it’s okay, you can call me “Casper”—but, nevertheless, I was stoked to have the opportunity to wear this woven suede Zac Posen dress to Suzanne Rae’s fashion show at New York Fashion Week.

VIEW SLIDESHOW: Suzanne Rae Fall Winter 2013 

Zac Posen has been one of my favorite designers for a long time. His dresses are way above my budget, so I was excited—more like ecstatic—to find this dress in mint condition at a Housing Works thrift store for $40. Seriously.

I’m wearing this Zac Posen dress with a vintage fur hat, thrifted brown leather boots, and a timeless—no pun intended—gold watch found at a flea market.

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Photo by Starre Vartan.

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First show of the New York Fashion Week Fall 2013 season: M Patmos.
I’m wearing vintage boots, Pierre Balmain bag, Eshakti dress, Chloe sunnies.Shout out to the talented Jeff Gentner for snapping this fabulous shot, on an iPhone no less.
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First show of the New York Fashion Week Fall 2013 season: M Patmos.
I’m wearing vintage boots, Pierre Balmain bag, Eshakti dress, Chloe sunnies.Shout out to the talented Jeff Gentner for snapping this fabulous shot, on an iPhone no less.
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First show of the New York Fashion Week Fall 2013 season: M Patmos.

I’m wearing vintage boots, Pierre Balmain bag, Eshakti dress, Chloe sunnies.

Shout out to the talented Jeff Gentner for snapping this fabulous shot, on an iPhone no less.

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Let’s be honest: I’ve always dreamed of being on Vanity Fair’s International Best Dressed List. I never thought I would have the chance at this point in my life!
It would be pretty cool for affordable, vintage fashion to reign supreme on the list!
Will you please help me win VF’s Best-Dressed Challenge and vote for my style, above? I’m wearing an $18 vintage Neiman Marcus gown to opening night of the NYC Ballet, Fall 2012. 
1. VOTE, HERE. 
And since I want to increase my chances of having my vintage style being spotted, I also submited this photo of me wearing a $25 flea market dress to the Christie’s Green Auction.
2. VOTE, HERE.
P.S. You can submit a look, too. If you do, tweet me the link—@EMMAGRADY--and I will vote for you!
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Let’s be honest: I’ve always dreamed of being on Vanity Fair’s International Best Dressed List. I never thought I would have the chance at this point in my life!
It would be pretty cool for affordable, vintage fashion to reign supreme on the list!
Will you please help me win VF’s Best-Dressed Challenge and vote for my style, above? I’m wearing an $18 vintage Neiman Marcus gown to opening night of the NYC Ballet, Fall 2012. 
1. VOTE, HERE. 
And since I want to increase my chances of having my vintage style being spotted, I also submited this photo of me wearing a $25 flea market dress to the Christie’s Green Auction.
2. VOTE, HERE.
P.S. You can submit a look, too. If you do, tweet me the link—@EMMAGRADY--and I will vote for you!
Copyright © 2013 Past Fashion Future. All rights reserved.

Let’s be honest: I’ve always dreamed of being on Vanity Fair’s International Best Dressed List. I never thought I would have the chance at this point in my life!

It would be pretty cool for affordable, vintage fashion to reign supreme on the list!

Will you please help me win VF’s Best-Dressed Challenge and vote for my style, above? I’m wearing an $18 vintage Neiman Marcus gown to opening night of the NYC Ballet, Fall 2012.

1. VOTE, HERE.

And since I want to increase my chances of having my vintage style being spotted, I also submited this photo of me wearing a $25 flea market dress to the Christie’s Green Auction.

2. VOTE, HERE.

P.S. You can submit a look, too. If you do, tweet me the link—@EMMAGRADY--and I will vote for you!

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Chetta B by Sherrie Bloom Peter Noviello leather dress, Housing Works thrift store ($30).
Photo: Lizzy Mazer
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Chetta B by Sherrie Bloom Peter Noviello leather dress, Housing Works thrift store ($30).
Photo: Lizzy Mazer
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Chetta B by Sherrie Bloom Peter Noviello leather dress, Housing Works thrift store ($30).

Photo: Lizzy Mazer

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Happy New Years Eve! I want to thank all of you for reading Past Fashion Future and sharing my love for classic and timeless style. I am working on the next big venture for Past Fashion Future and vintage fashion and I will be announcing it very soon—so, keep tuned!
On New Year’s Eve I wore a vintage headband (Market Publique), a Banana Republic LBD (Housing Works), vintage earrings, a new Diane von Furstenberg clutch (a gift from the lil sis), and no name secondhand leather brown boots found via a thrift store (I can’t remember when or where I found them).
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Happy New Years Eve! I want to thank all of you for reading Past Fashion Future and sharing my love for classic and timeless style. I am working on the next big venture for Past Fashion Future and vintage fashion and I will be announcing it very soon—so, keep tuned!
On New Year’s Eve I wore a vintage headband (Market Publique), a Banana Republic LBD (Housing Works), vintage earrings, a new Diane von Furstenberg clutch (a gift from the lil sis), and no name secondhand leather brown boots found via a thrift store (I can’t remember when or where I found them).
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Happy New Years Eve! I want to thank all of you for reading Past Fashion Future and sharing my love for classic and timeless style. I am working on the next big venture for Past Fashion Future and vintage fashion and I will be announcing it very soon—so, keep tuned!

On New Year’s Eve I wore a vintage headband (Market Publique), a Banana Republic LBD (Housing Works), vintage earrings, a new Diane von Furstenberg clutch (a gift from the lil sis), and no name secondhand leather brown boots found via a thrift store (I can’t remember when or where I found them).

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@PastFashionFuture Instagram of the Week: Ultrasuede Treasure Amidst Ugly Holiday Sweaters. 
I am home for the holiday in Maine and I was bummed to find out that the nearby Goodwill had closed its doors two years ago. Fortunately, there was a resale shop in town that had some treasures.
Where others see ugly xmas sweaters, I see a potential vintage fashion goldmine. Case and point: a pink Ultrasuede trench coat, $15! 
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@PastFashionFuture Instagram of the Week: Ultrasuede Treasure Amidst Ugly Holiday Sweaters. 
I am home for the holiday in Maine and I was bummed to find out that the nearby Goodwill had closed its doors two years ago. Fortunately, there was a resale shop in town that had some treasures.
Where others see ugly xmas sweaters, I see a potential vintage fashion goldmine. Case and point: a pink Ultrasuede trench coat, $15! 
More Fashion Photos: Styled By Emma

@PastFashionFuture Instagram of the Week: Ultrasuede Treasure Amidst Ugly Holiday Sweaters.

I am home for the holiday in Maine and I was bummed to find out that the nearby Goodwill had closed its doors two years ago. Fortunately, there was a resale shop in town that had some treasures.

Where others see ugly xmas sweaters, I see a potential vintage fashion goldmine. Case and point: a pink Ultrasuede trench coat, $15! 

More Fashion Photos: Styled By Emma

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My Anne Boleyn Halloweeen Costume: I had the opportunity to wear an amazing—if I do say so myself—Isaac Mizrahi dress that I found at Housing Works for $10. Seriously. I built my costume—view more pics on @PastFashionFuture’s Instagram—around the dress and thought it would suit Anne Boleyn or Marie Antoinette. I didn’t want to deal with the whole mound of hair thing so I opted for the ill-fated wife of ol’ Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn.
I found a porcelain “B” at a craft shop, painted it with gold nail polish, and attached it to a vintage necklace with an earring. The crown necklace was necessary to get the point across and it’s now decorating a shelf in my room, my justification for purchasing a cheap, plastic crown. I’d prefer gold (let’s be honest), but I lack the lineage—to my knowledge, at least.
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My Anne Boleyn Halloweeen Costume: I had the opportunity to wear an amazing—if I do say so myself—Isaac Mizrahi dress that I found at Housing Works for $10. Seriously. I built my costume—view more pics on @PastFashionFuture’s Instagram—around the dress and thought it would suit Anne Boleyn or Marie Antoinette. I didn’t want to deal with the whole mound of hair thing so I opted for the ill-fated wife of ol’ Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn.
I found a porcelain “B” at a craft shop, painted it with gold nail polish, and attached it to a vintage necklace with an earring. The crown necklace was necessary to get the point across and it’s now decorating a shelf in my room, my justification for purchasing a cheap, plastic crown. I’d prefer gold (let’s be honest), but I lack the lineage—to my knowledge, at least.
More Fashion Photos: Styled By Emma
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My Anne Boleyn Halloweeen Costume: I had the opportunity to wear an amazing—if I do say so myself—Isaac Mizrahi dress that I found at Housing Works for $10. Seriously. I built my costume—view more pics on @PastFashionFuture’s Instagram—around the dress and thought it would suit Anne Boleyn or Marie Antoinette. I didn’t want to deal with the whole mound of hair thing so I opted for the ill-fated wife of ol’ Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn.

I found a porcelain “B” at a craft shop, painted it with gold nail polish, and attached it to a vintage necklace with an earring. The crown necklace was necessary to get the point across and it’s now decorating a shelf in my room, my justification for purchasing a cheap, plastic crown. I’d prefer gold (let’s be honest), but I lack the lineage—to my knowledge, at least.

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This weekend I seized my last chance to skip around town sans jacket: I wore a white wool Anne Klein pencil skirt (a thrift store find from ages ago) paired with a second-hand Kimchi Blue peplum boustier from Beacon’s Closet in Brooklyn to compliment Gunas' classic vegan Melrose Tote in Mocha, a gift from the designer, which suits every season.View more: Styled By Emma
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This weekend I seized my last chance to skip around town sans jacket: I wore a white wool Anne Klein pencil skirt (a thrift store find from ages ago) paired with a second-hand Kimchi Blue peplum boustier from Beacon’s Closet in Brooklyn to compliment Gunas' classic vegan Melrose Tote in Mocha, a gift from the designer, which suits every season.View more: Styled By Emma
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This weekend I seized my last chance to skip around town sans jacket: I wore a white wool Anne Klein pencil skirt (a thrift store find from ages ago) paired with a second-hand Kimchi Blue peplum boustier from Beacon’s Closet in Brooklyn to compliment Gunas' classic vegan Melrose Tote in Mocha, a gift from the designer, which suits every season.

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On the red carpet at the New York City Ballet Fall 2012 opening night—Valentino designed the costumes for one night only!
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On the red carpet at the New York City Ballet Fall 2012 opening night—Valentino designed the costumes for one night only!
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On the red carpet at the New York City Ballet Fall 2012 opening night—Valentino designed the costumes for one night only!

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On Sunday, I hit up GenArt’s Fresh Faces fashion show to see my girl Gretchen Jones. Her collection rocked—more on her eponymous label’s spring fashion, here—and I ran into a a bunch of friends including Johanna Bjork of Goodlifer.com, pictured above.
I wore a vintage white wool vest by Liz Claiborne; black wool narrow cut trousers by Theory (via Beacon’s Closet thrift shop); Zara pumps from S/S 2011; a vintage leather bag (via a flea market); a vintage black headpiece (via Market Publique thrift shop); and gold vintage jewelry, including my grandmother’s heirloom broach that also doubles as a necklace.
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On Sunday, I hit up GenArt’s Fresh Faces fashion show to see my girl Gretchen Jones. Her collection rocked—more on her eponymous label’s spring fashion, here—and I ran into a a bunch of friends including Johanna Bjork of Goodlifer.com, pictured above.
I wore a vintage white wool vest by Liz Claiborne; black wool narrow cut trousers by Theory (via Beacon’s Closet thrift shop); Zara pumps from S/S 2011; a vintage leather bag (via a flea market); a vintage black headpiece (via Market Publique thrift shop); and gold vintage jewelry, including my grandmother’s heirloom broach that also doubles as a necklace.
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On Sunday, I hit up GenArt’s Fresh Faces fashion show to see my girl Gretchen Jones. Her collection rocked—more on her eponymous label’s spring fashion, here—and I ran into a a bunch of friends including Johanna Bjork of Goodlifer.com, pictured above.

I wore a vintage white wool vest by Liz Claiborne; black wool narrow cut trousers by Theory (via Beacon’s Closet thrift shop); Zara pumps from S/S 2011; a vintage leather bag (via a flea market); a vintage black headpiece (via Market Publique thrift shop); and gold vintage jewelry, including my grandmother’s heirloom broach that also doubles as a necklace.

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Reformation opened their flagship boutique in SoHo during New York Fashion this week and I popped by to check out their collection of upcycled vintage clothing. Creative director Yael Aflalo creates one-of-a-kind garments using surplus materials. I especially loved an army jacket that had unexpected details like a fur collar and bright woven shoulder patches. The store also features carefully curated vintage accessories like classic Salvatore Ferragamo heels.
Presentation is key: the flagship has an open layout with bright energy-saving lights and also incorporates natural elements like birchwood.
I also popped into the photobooth for a little incognito fun. I snagged this green leather vintage bag at a flea market ($26) and I am letting it have the limelight—for now, at least.
Visit Reformation at 23 Howard Street in New York City.
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Reformation opened their flagship boutique in SoHo during New York Fashion this week and I popped by to check out their collection of upcycled vintage clothing. Creative director Yael Aflalo creates one-of-a-kind garments using surplus materials. I especially loved an army jacket that had unexpected details like a fur collar and bright woven shoulder patches. The store also features carefully curated vintage accessories like classic Salvatore Ferragamo heels.
Presentation is key: the flagship has an open layout with bright energy-saving lights and also incorporates natural elements like birchwood.
I also popped into the photobooth for a little incognito fun. I snagged this green leather vintage bag at a flea market ($26) and I am letting it have the limelight—for now, at least.
Visit Reformation at 23 Howard Street in New York City.
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Reformation opened their flagship boutique in SoHo during New York Fashion this week and I popped by to check out their collection of upcycled vintage clothing. Creative director Yael Aflalo creates one-of-a-kind garments using surplus materials. I especially loved an army jacket that had unexpected details like a fur collar and bright woven shoulder patches. The store also features carefully curated vintage accessories like classic Salvatore Ferragamo heels.
Presentation is key: the flagship has an open layout with bright energy-saving lights and also incorporates natural elements like birchwood.
I also popped into the photobooth for a little incognito fun. I snagged this green leather vintage bag at a flea market ($26) and I am letting it have the limelight—for now, at least.
Visit Reformation at 23 Howard Street in New York City.
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Reformation opened their flagship boutique in SoHo during New York Fashion this week and I popped by to check out their collection of upcycled vintage clothing. Creative director Yael Aflalo creates one-of-a-kind garments using surplus materials. I especially loved an army jacket that had unexpected details like a fur collar and bright woven shoulder patches. The store also features carefully curated vintage accessories like classic Salvatore Ferragamo heels.

Presentation is key: the flagship has an open layout with bright energy-saving lights and also incorporates natural elements like birchwood.

I also popped into the photobooth for a little incognito fun. I snagged this green leather vintage bag at a flea market ($26) and I am letting it have the limelight—for now, at least.

Visit Reformation at 23 Howard Street in New York City.

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Wednesday night, I braved the bizarre weather in NYC and trekked to Riverpark Farm at the Alexandria Center all in the name of sunglasses. New functional-yet-fashionable Zeal Optics hosted a to-die-for dinner, which was sourced from the farm next door, to launch their Spring 2013 line. 
I’m wearing the “Darby” sunnies from the line and I can’t wait ‘till they come out—though, full disclosure, they’re gifting me with a pair when they do. Until then, keep tuned for my review. 
I’m also donning Amour Vert’s Carmel Riviera peace silk dress, Naya’s Wind Sandals, and a Coach bag. 
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Wednesday night, I braved the bizarre weather in NYC and trekked to Riverpark Farm at the Alexandria Center all in the name of sunglasses. New functional-yet-fashionable Zeal Optics hosted a to-die-for dinner, which was sourced from the farm next door, to launch their Spring 2013 line. 
I’m wearing the “Darby” sunnies from the line and I can’t wait ‘till they come out—though, full disclosure, they’re gifting me with a pair when they do. Until then, keep tuned for my review. 
I’m also donning Amour Vert’s Carmel Riviera peace silk dress, Naya’s Wind Sandals, and a Coach bag. 
View more: EMMA’S STYLE
"Emma’s Style" is made possible in part by CrOp by David Peck.


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Wednesday night, I braved the bizarre weather in NYC and trekked to Riverpark Farm at the Alexandria Center all in the name of sunglasses. New functional-yet-fashionable Zeal Optics hosted a to-die-for dinner, which was sourced from the farm next door, to launch their Spring 2013 line.

I’m wearing the “Darby” sunnies from the line and I can’t wait ‘till they come out—though, full disclosure, they’re gifting me with a pair when they do. Until then, keep tuned for my review.

I’m also donning Amour Vert’s Carmel Riviera peace silk dress, Naya’s Wind Sandals, and a Coach bag. 

View more: EMMA’S STYLE

"Emma’s Style" is made possible in part by CrOp by David Peck.

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