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02-05-2008
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Kate Moss,Hedi Slimane and a Chinese actress Maggie Cheung.

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06-05-2008
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Nicole Richie
Nicky Hilton
Blair Waldorf from Gossip Girl
Penelope and Monica Cruz

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Keira Knightley
Victoria Beckham
The Olsen Twins sometimes (sometimes they can look like true homeless, and in which I like to call rich trash)
Chinese, Korean and Japanese girls
I have so many more, but those are the only ones I can think of right now.

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Uh, my major fashion influences actually come from the 60s and a part also is from the 70s.

My absolutely greatest fashion icon is Anita Pallenberg!! She's gorgeous and I adore her style and her whole looks. Best and very uniquely dressed woman even to this day! Love the way she combines things, with all these fantastic belts, shoes, and, for me as an absoluet hat-freak this is very important, her hats! My other passion is scarves, so I love it how she kinda involves them into her outfits.
Anotherone that has a nice impact on me is young Marianne Faithfull's looks. She dresses really cool and always looked so goooooood back then with what she wore and all that.
And then there's a third factor in my styling and that's, much to the dismay of my parents *lol*, Uschi Obermeier. Yes, a bit Uschi's in my wardrobe as well. She always dressed very nice and looked good.

Well, in fact, these are the only 3 that have most influence on my habits in clothes and shoes shopping, the way I combine things and all that.
Oh, I fotgot, I also have 2 male contributors to my style: Johnny Depp and Keith Richards.
Love the hat-scarves-(coat)- thing they both have. And their accessoires! I'm a huge fan of necklaces, braceletts and, best thign ever, rings!!

That's that then. I don't have anyone else that influences me in what I wear and how I wear it. No Paris Hilton, Rachel Bilson, Olsen Twins, etc.
The closest might be Kate Moss, I like her style. Don't know If you could say I'm influenced by it, though.

You know, I think the problem nowadays is that wherever you look, all people look the same.
I mean, when goimng shopping I'm always shocked to see every 2nd girl out on the streets is wearing...whatever.....silver shoes, or anything. Everybody looks the same and I hate it and that's why I always prefer to rather pick things that are a bit more "special." Like Anita has always done. She knows what she liked and that's what she wears. And it's the same for me.

Anita stiil rules! *gg*

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I generally get inspired by particular images more than people. Tamara de Lempicka paintings, or enduring ad campaigns [e.g. Chanel, Keira, bowler hat & white shirt] where you don't necessarily need to copy the clothes to channel something of the spirit involved... And almost every beautiful/visually arresting film I see has some effect on my style, whether for a day or for a year. But I guess long-term style icons would include Chrissie Hynde, Anna Karina, Daphne Guinness, Erin O'Connor, and Kate Moss before she settled into her current style [which looks pleasant on her but isn't at all inspiring].
I her too ... I would love to have one of her paintings and build a room around it, but I'm afraid I'll have to settle for a print ...

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Aha I remember now who I was trying to think of Edie Sedgwick and Audrey Hepburn. Edie for sure. Ever since I saw Factory Girl I hate Andy Warhol now, love his art, but him no.

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Ashley Olsen, Emmanuelle Alt, ChloŽ Sevigny, Geraldine Saglio, Anna Dello Russo, Melanie Hunyh, Carine Roitfeld.. just to name a few

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well considering i like to be both dressed down and chic, as well as dressed up and chic, i have kind of a variety:

models:
Kate Moss
Natasha Poly
Erin Wasson
Gisele Bundchen

Actresses:
Angelina Jolie
Jessica Biel
Ashley Olsen
Penelope Cruz
Megan Fox

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one of many....Giovanna Battaglia

Right there with you, no doubt. :p

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the ed was published in the September 2002 issue of The Face. you can see the rest right here.
Thank You!!! The entire ed is awesome!

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Right now I'm really into Robert Downey Jr's look in Zodiac, beautiful film. Classy 70s duds with a grungy twist.

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^ and here I was sure you were going to say Charlotte ...

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31-05-2008
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Kate moss... who doesn't.... she can put off everything !
mk sometimes..
nicole richie
alexa chung
Kate Bosworth
sienna miller

and bridget bardot

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Right now I'm really into Robert Downey Jr's look in Zodiac, beautiful film. Classy 70s duds with a grungy twist.
Oh hey there, fellow Zody fan!

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