|Jane Fonda has been an enduring style icon for decades. She's so much more than an actor though, she's an outspoken environmentalist, a fitness guru, and human rights activist. She is also an icon of personal style, that's why she chose to accept the Cecil B. DeMille award at the Golden Globes in a previously worn tux by Richard Tyler she pulled from her own closet.
"I vowed a couple of years ago I would never buy any new clothes again. We spend too much money, we buy too many things, and then we get rid of them. We try to develop our identity by shopping, right? We gotta stop that. Stop all this consumerism, I had to go through my closet and find out something that still fit me and I have worn before, and I found something. I'm all set."
Jane matters, because at 83, she is true to herself and her philosophy on life, it keeps her relevant. Jane understands the difference between her personal style and her identity as a woman. It's the difference between being a style icon vs. a fashion victim.
My personal philosophy is based on shopping your closet first and helping you find your personal style so you don't fall victim to the pressure of consumerism. That way you don't end up with a wardrobe that constantly requires purchasing things that you won't end up wearing. I'm thrilled when we put together a look that brings out the best in YOU.
It's time, let's work together to define and refine your style.