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April 24 2014

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Straight Flush, a Good Bet

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They say Boy Scouts are always prepared, but apparently, the same can be said of art historians. Sporting a pink cheek courtesy of her Chanel blush, this German transport by way of Christie’s in London was packing heat while strolling the cobblestones in the Meatpacking District. “I always have it on me,” she said producing the black compact. “I like a little rosy color.” And how.

Photo: Ben Ferrari

Going To Great Lengths In Williamsburg

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It took this ceramics teacher six haircut-free years to get her braid to Rapunzel-rivaling lengths. (We’re assuming the large dreadlock she likes to fasten into an interesting topknot was cultivated over this period of inaction as well.) The pink blush just above the apples of her cheeks was a style that took a little less time to develop, however. “I’ve been doing that forever,” she says.

Photo: Ben Ferrari

Flowers In Her Hair, Flowers Everywhere

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Sometimes, usually when you’ve put off washing your hair for a little too long, it’s gotta be a headband day. But for this student, every day is a headband day. “They’re my favorite accessories. I wear them all the time,” she confesses. And well she should, with results like this.

Photo: Ben Ferrari

you’ve got to own it

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The Ellen Christine hat this costume designer is wearing almost didn’t arrive in time for the cocktail party she was on her way to when we caught up with her. “It just came back from an Italian Vogue shoot,” she informed us. The precisely lined red lip, smoky eye, and spiky fringe were not on loan, however. That kind of vision can’t be borrowed.

the swinging sixties—alive, well, and trolling the streets of midtown manhattan

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Street Beauty / Twiggy

Street Beauty / Twiggy


“I saw a picture of Twiggy and thought, ‘I want that,’” this 28-year-old theater company publicist says of her short hair. She added a bit of cream blush to the apples of her cheeks to get the icon’s full look, but apparently called it quits at Twiggy’s signature spider lashes—which may have been wasted on Fifth Avenue’s power-lunching set anyway.

Photo: Ben Ferrari