Factory Girl

Fashionistas, I think it’s time we raise our glasses to a fashion icon — Vogue’s “It Girl” in the 60’s. Edie Sedgwick was stylish, avant-garde, and a bit mad (seriously, she was). Andy Warhol looked to her as a muse, starring her in a series of short films he directed, and in due time, her name was plastered in the covers of every magazine. Brushing her questionable involvement with drugs and anorexia, Edie was an innovator in style with a penchant for the unsual. Her staples were black leotards, mini dresses, and big chandelier earrings.

Mad Hatter: Have I Gone Mad?
Alice: I’m afraid so. You’re entirely bonkers. But I’ll tell you a secret. All the best people are.

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