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A FASHIONABLE MIND Kate Stukenberg & Jenny Antill Some people just make things happen — and in a very stylish way. Here are 8 whose minds we would love to delve into. And what might we find? Why, everything from Post-Its and Ping-Pong to Run Lola Run. Owner, Women's Fashion Boutique Leap Susan Claffy Jeane Mahie Dana Frank's HUH (HI), 2010 COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND INMAN GALLERY Zero + Maria Cornejo's Abbey Coat Zero + Maria Cornejo's Daughter's drawing from New York showroom visit Moynat bicycle Humanoid JENNY ANTILL discovered It's smart and a good way to stay on top of what's going on. is also a fun way get a dose of voyeuristic pleasure. If I want the lowdown on the world, I go to Inspiration: Travel. Getting outside of my own environment sometimes is good way to get a fresh perspective on life. A favorite film: Fritjof Capra's Mindwalk comes to mind. I haven't seen it for 20 years, but I remember it being so inspirational. I'm going to watch it again and see what happens. China Pattern: Rosenthal Bokara when I'm feeling fancy; Iittala Korento when I'm feeling less fancy. Attend three runway shows anywhere in world. The designers are: Chanel for the drama. Prada for the design. And in New York, Rachel Comey — the line Jeane Mahie is so wearable, and it's exciting to watch a young designer come into her own. Collect: Dana ry: Frankfort, one tati S Either Way; her work is shown at Inman Gallery. Humanoid JENNY ANTILL Style Statement: I am very casual. I could make haute couture grocery-store appropriate! Three Things to Covet for Fall: Isabel Marant's embroidered Hippo jacket, anything covered in Suno's hunter toile print and LD Tuttle's The Gaze boot with a cowboy heel. Labels to love: For day, I love to wear Humanoid or Collection by Giada Forte, and in the evenings I wear Zero + Maria Cornejo — it feels modern. Drink of Choice: For day, it's green tea, and for evening, only red wine … old world! Jewels: Jean Mahie. Worth A Visit: My daughter took art classes at Glassell School of Art over the summer. Every time I walk through the building, I am inspired and amazed — it is such a creative, magical environment. Most valued possession: My book collection. Entertain: I like to try and impress friends with vegan or vegetarian dishes at casual get-togethers with lots of flowers and good wine. Favorite Home Store: Kuhl-Linscomb. Linens: Bella Notte linen sheets … so lovely! Reading Online: I've cooled off a bit on the street style blogs, as they have become too formulaic. I recently JENNY ANTILL SUSAN CLAFFY LD Tuttle JENNY ANTILL JOHN BRADSHAW JR. Director of Development, Asia Society Texas Center Bavarian Lake John Bradshaw Jr. Asia Society Christmas in Munich Run Lola Run Yoshimoto Nara's Quiet, Quiet, 1999 COLLECTION OF LEIGH AND REGGIE SMITH Audrey Bentley & Cochran Skinner cuff links Style Statement: Elastic. Gotta Have It: Mark/Giusti Jet-Set trolley case; a Lange & Söhne Grand Lange watch; Moynat bicycle and trunk. 24-Hour Fashion: Hugo Boss by day, Diesel by night. On The Calendar: Christmas in Munich and the launch of Asia Society's fall performing arts season. Drink: Coke Zero. Jewelry: Bentley & Skinner cuff links. Dine: Canopy, because it's tasty and close to work. Talisman: Granddad's WWI medals. Entertain: I love a picnic. Favorite Home Store: The Container Store. Read: The New Yorker, Esquire, Time, Forbes and The Advocate. Read Online:,, Lange & Stationery: Crane's, printed name. Söhne Inspiration: Rivers and lakes, preferably in Bavaria. A Favorite Film: Run Lola Run. Attend three runway shows anywhere in world. The designers are: Michael Bastian, Hugo Boss and Diesel. Collect: Yoshitomo Nara's Quiet, Quiet (but I'll have to arm wrestle it away from Leigh and Reggie Smith).

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