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Take a 360 degree view of New York's most stylish women, with ELLE Street Chic Episode 11
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Violet Gaynor: Hi! I am Violent Gaynor, Senior Fashion & Accessories Editor for Elle.com. We are here on the streets of New York finding the chicest woman.
Hi! What's your name?
Fauve: My name is Fauve. I am wearing a simple cloth top from American Apparel, high waisted socks from Calvin Klein, but I got them at a thrift store, and then Topshop shoes. Yes, I got this at an Antique store in California.
My mother owns her own vintage clothing store in California, and she had it in her store and she gave it to me. But this is a Tod Blazer.
Violet Gaynor: What's your name?
Biba: Biba Bell. I am wearing this scarf, I got it in Brooklyn Downtown, near the Fulton Street Mall. The jacket is vintage from San Francisco. The pants are J. Crew, Michael Kors, the local woman, Rachel Nazwick.
Candace: Candace. It's a pretty good mix. The sweater is from Club Monaco. The jeans are actually from Trinidad, which is where my family is from, just a local store. This is a find from Macy's that I got a couple of years ago.
Violet Gaynor: And is it meant to hold your computer, or you are just trying it out that way?
Candace: I am trying it out this way, but actually it fit perfectly.