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October 2017- Houston

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40 PHOTOGRAPHY MOLLY DICKSON FOR SISTER BROTHER MANAGEMENT. ART DIRECTION MICHELLE AVI√ĎA. STYLIST DOUG VOISIN FOR INDEPENDENT ARTISTS AGENCY. ASSISTANT STYLIST AMY LEE. MODELS DANIELA VALDEZ FOR NEW ICON MEXICO CITY, ANDY NORDIN FOR HEROES MODELS, NEW YORK, GRACE MING, MELANIE CULLEY, FOR MUSE MODELS NEW YORK. HAIR SIOBHAN BENSON. MAKEUP FAYE LAUREN. LIGHT TECH JORDAN INGE. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT MEGHAN WEST. Left, Max Mara double-breasted jacket $1,250, cashmere turtleneck sweater $695, wide-leg pant $595, and goatskin leather pump $520; right, silk oversized coat $3,590, cashmere turtleneck $695, cotton wide-leg pant $595, and calf leather pump $520, all at the Max Mara boutique, Elizabeth Anthony, Saks Fifth Avenue, modaoperandi.com, net-a-porter.com. THE ENGLISH LITERARY COLLECTIVE IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY, LOOSELY CALLED THE BLOOMSBURY GROUP, WAS UNITED BY AN ABIDING BELIEF IN THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ARTS. A MERRY BAND OF LITERARY MISFITS, PHILOSOPHERS, AND ARTISTS, THEY LIVED ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF LONDON, ESPOUSING A MORE NATURAL AND AGRARIAN SOCIETY. THEY WERE A SOPHISTICATED AND ARTICULATE LOT, LEANING MORE TOWARDS HEDONISTIC ENJOYMENT THAN PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT. OH, WAIT, THAT'S BROOKLYN. A BIT BLOOMS BLOOMS BURY

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