Fashion

Fit to Print: Street Crazy, Day 1

Fashion

Fit to Print: Street Crazy, Day 1

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Collage by Mergime Raci
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For Volume IV of Fit to Print, the BULLETT girl gets unabashedly sassy and a wee bit mysterious. In feminine frocks adorned with florals galore and busy patterns, she satisfies her green thumb in her garden-party garb. More is more for this free spirit, who layers up each morning in chunky knits, lux furs, and full ballerina skirts. With more than a few quirks, she enjoys daily arm parties and splashes of color be it on her lips, her nails, or her cats’ hair. A natural-born artist, all the world’s a canvas, and she’s subject to, say, decorating her Nana’s VW stationwagon with flower-shaped bath decals. Florals on her back, velvet ribbons in her hair, she is a living narrative. Abiding to the life mantra of “the higher the hair, the closer to God,” she is known about town for her signature bouffant hairstyle. Impossibly fair-skinned, she swears by sunscreen, and applies SPF 50 on even the cloudiest of days. And while she certainly would not hate, say, Sunday morning brunch at Le Caprice, she would, nine times out of ten, prefer a picnic in the park on her red and white check blanket.