The design and style of Erin Wasson, model turned designer's, East Village apartment is probably the most amazing thing I've seen since Carrie Bradshaw's sought after adobe in Sex and the City. The urban, Earthy, vintage appeal is very intriguing and is a design style that one can never get sick of. It's so random and disoriented in such an effortless way that if I lived there, I could never get bored living in such an environment. The wooden floors, brick walls, THE CLOSET, the plain white walls covered in an unsystematic sequence of art work and what appears to be random objects, and the vintage furniture from different places and eras create such an explicit style that you would be crazy not to fall in love.
Her closet causes an envious spark in my eye. It's all a mix of vintage finds, personal alterations, designer pieces, and fast-fashion. Her expressive style is effortless and chic with that badass persona that she's so widely known and admired for.
"When you can take something that is a reject at the thrift
store sitting on the bottom of a pile of junk and make it
work, make it look interesting, that's real style to me."