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Retro Style

March 20071689Views

Sienna Miller lit up the screen in Factory Girl as Edie Sedgwick, socialite and debutante turned New York city ‘it girl’ and artistic inspiration for Andy Warhol. As Fabulous as Miller’s performance was, the Boho chic styles resonated the most on the screen. Bright colors, geometrical shapes, and bold prints marked Sedgwick’s bohemian look as well as dresses and skirts in thigh-grazing lengths.

For a modern twist on retro style, look for vintage-inspired pieces when choosing apparel and accessories like this empire waist sheath dress, $29.99, by Metro Style paired with neon zebra earrings, $6, from Claire’s; or a Stella McCartney Coat Dress, $1,995, accented with the Marina and Susanna Sent Glass Ball Necklace, $75. You can also add authentic 60s glam to your wardrobe, through vintage-based online boutiques like ballyhoovintage.com and thevintagevault.citymax.com.


Want to MOD-ify your living space in the style of Warhol’s factory-converted loft? Check out the MoMA store (Museum of Modern Art) for modern furnishings. There’s also a fun collection of Andy Warhol accessories like note cards, stationery and prints.
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