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A free-wheeling music reporter and photographer for Monocle, Flavorpill, MOG, and Blender, Ms. Young at once evokes a 1960s and 70s free spirit — and also the anarchism of the internet generation.
Faith-Ann is an indiepixie. Could there be a more revolting term of self-description?
Blume, who’s a decent enough YA novelist, isn’t exactly a master interviewer, but then, Faith-Ann’s not helping her out any.
Q. Talk about the relationship between today’s politics and the fashion of your peers.
A. People dress how they feel. In tandem with freedom fighters and war protesters in the 1960s, fashion transformed from bra-boosting to bra-burning.
My generation, “The Millenials,” is redefining the world as we know it.
There’s more, but why go on?
The WoS series is allegedly:
Women of Style is a serial Huffington Post feature that celebrates women of extraordinary, individualistic style that is undictated by trends.
Terminal, not serial.
(photo by Karl Jacob)