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Take a 360 degree view of New York's most stylish women, with ELLE street chic, episode 12.
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Violet Gaynor: Hi! I'm Violet Gaynor, Senior Fashion and Accessories Editor for Elle.com. We're here on the streets of New York, finding the chicest woman.
What's your name?
Pia Arrobio: My name is Pia Arrobio. This cloak, it's a cape that my really good friend Lindsey Thornburg makes and this is actually one of the originals, but she makes these gorgeous capes out of these really old, cool fabrics. These are super, really cheap $20, preppy jean and my Lanvin flats which are wearing me out, to the very end, I have probably had them like re-soled twice.
All the jewelery I wear is very important to me. It's hard for me to integrate new jewelery into my like, daily life, because I never take these off.
Violet Gaynor: Hi! What's your name?
Toyah: Toyah. I'm wearing Tuffin shoes, Tuffin is a New Zealand shoe designer and a wool blend top, by also a New Zealand designer. And a BCBG jacket American Apparel scarf, Ray-Ban and a Miu Miu head neck.
Chiara Edmands: I'm wearing a Lily Lemon kind of tracksuit, denim but stretchy and a balenciaga bag.
Violet Gaynor: And your sweater?
Chiara Edmands: And the sweater is K2, is the brand. Swiss sunglasses, I bought these in Aspen for skiing. So, we have skiing, running and sweater for the cold. And yes, and everything else.