The Holy One

7 Mar

I recently had the pleasure of meeting the lovely and talented Ann of Holier than Now at the IFB Conference. Her look, which she describes as “urban boho/space” (with a wardrobe ranging from intergalactic-style clothing to Rio-inspired beachwear), totally caught my eye. I’m thrilled to share with you some of the fantastic pieces from her jewelry collection:

Ann is inspired by street style blogs and would hate to live without her classic, go-to uniform of a pea coat, leggings, and knee high boots. And not only is she a symbol of fabulous New York fashion, but Ann is also a talented singer/songwriter. Be sure to check out her album here.

Of course I couldn’t resist asking her about her favorite drink spots in NY! She likes to hit up Cherry Tavern for old school Tecate and tequila specials, or the bar at the Gramercy Park Hotel for something more sophisticated.

Don’t miss her blog, Holier than Now – Ann knows how to honor fashion with her eye for style, fantastic photos, and all-around wonderful creativity! She’ll undoubtedly keep you coming back for more…

*to view Ann’s collection in all its glory, click image to maximize

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  3. Robyn 08. Mar, 2010 at 10:10 pm #

    I love when bloggers interview each other! It sounds like you both had a blast in NYC. I’m also a fan of the jewelry pics; not only are they beautiful, but they satisfy the voyeur in me… doesn’t every “fashionista” suffer from a little voyeurism?

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