Based in Brooklyn, NY, Sara Radin is a writer and curator. Full time, she is the Youth Culture Editor for WGSN, where she consults global brands on consumer trends for Millennials and Generation Z. Outside of work, Sara does memoir writing and curates pop-up art events and workshops. She is the co-founder of It's Not Personal, a collaborative project, growing anthology and collective inspired by the female dating experience. Previously, her personal writing has been published by Bust Magazine, Huffington Post and Thought Catalog. She also teaches the pre-college program at the Fashion Institute of Technology and is currently a mentor for Girls Write Now.
STREETSTYLE DETAILS: Sweater, beyond retro ; skirt, topshop ; backpack, amalia boutique ; Boots, Urban Outfitters ; Sunglasses, Ray BanS
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✓ My two favorite areas of New York are Greenpoint and the Lower East Side. In Greenpoint, I'd recommend Maman for brunch, Littleneck Outpost for coffee, Word for browsing/buying books, and all the vintage clothing stores I listed above. Then, I'd recommend Adaptations for home goods and Homecoming next door for plants. Also, I'm obsessed with the local 99cent stores. Sounds weird, but I find them super inspiring and they are also super cheap!