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Take a 360 degree view of New York's most stylish women, in Street Chic Episode 6.
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Violet Gaynor: Hi! I am Violet Gaynor, Senior Fashion & Accessories Editor for ELLE.com. We're here on the streets of New York finding the chicest woman.
What's your name?
Karen Star: My name is Karen Star.
Violet Gaynor: Just tell me about what you are wearing, you look amazing today?
Karen Star: This is a coat from Mayo, by Jane Mayo, and this bracelet was my husband's grandmother's. I am wearing Theory pants, APC boots, sunglasses, and just an old scarf that I've tied with a ring, that was my grandfather's.
Marie Weakly: My name is Marie Weakly. I am wearing old Acne shoes, and Acne skirt, and an old opening ceremony coat, and this is a color blouse. I don't know, I've had it for a while, I don't remember where it came from. My sunglasses, I got in Paris last summer, they're Crystals.
Violet Gaynor: What's your name?
Cassie: Cassie Wado. A wool by Windy, a scarf that was my mom's from the 70s, and some shoes by -- I don't remember really.