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Fashion/Cultural Historian & Filmmaker. Clinton Hill.
Born in Manhattan, Laura grew up in London before returning to New York to attend NYU. She is a fashion and cultural historian—working primarily as an exhibition curator, writer and design consultant. In 2015, Laura curated an exhibition at the Fashion & Textile Museum in London, and wrote an accompanying monograph, Thea Porter: Bohemian Chic, published by V & A Publications. She is the co-founder of the annual art and fashion publication, LADY. While continuing to work on new projects with LADY, Laura has just begun production on a feature-length film on Thea Porter, which she is co-producing.
Streetstyle details: Bodysuit, Reformation ; Skirt, Donald Brooks ; Wedges, Terry de Havilland ; Coat, Vintage Ossie Clark Couture
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Bar: Even though I no longer live upstairs, Park Luncheonette will forever be my ‘Cheers’.
After a bad accident three years ago left me in a wheelchair and unable to walk I started taking private Pilates lessons with Karen Lord—not only has she become one of my closest friends but also I totally owe being able to run and wear heels to her. I still go to her studio, Karen Lord Pilates Movement, for privates once a week and try to fit in some advanced classes in when I can.
CAP Beauty in the West Village is a total heaven of natural beauty products, and they also put on really fantastic talks most weeks that cover everything from astrology to hormones to spirit animals and crystal healing.
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