The beauty icon shares how she created a beauty business by staying true to herself.
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This New York fashion week, the street style crowd can't stop... and they won't stop... (Sorry, Miley Cyrus on the brain.) On day five, our camera caught up with Vogue's Meredith Melling Burke, Linda Rodin, and some gorgeous models fresh from the runway. Click through to see what they wore!
Karen Walker's new eyewear look book features Advanced Style ladies Ilona Royce Smithkin, Linda Rodin, Joyce Carpati, and Lyn Dell, and it's pretty much the best campaign ever. We sat down with Royce Smithkin and Rodin, who sat front row at Walker's show yesterday, to get the scoop on how they became models, and what they thought of Walker's latest collection.
Fashion and beauty obviously go hand-in-hand, and we frequently see crossover between the two. Emily Weiss’ stellar IntoTheGloss beauty blog is one example. Linda Rodin and her Olio Russo line is another. Linda, a 40-year veteran of the fashion industry, has been a shop owner (she opened one of the first boutiques in SoHo), a designer, and a stylist whose resume reads like a Who’s Who of modern fashion. She started as a stylist at Henri Bendel and became a fashion editor at Harper’s Bazaar in the 1980s. She then became a freelance stylist working for the likes of Herb Ritts and Richard Avedon, to name but a few. She’s dressed every single Super from the 80s and 90s (Cindy! Linda! Helena!) Her main styling gig now is for Victoria’s Secret. Because of Linda’s job, she has access to every beauty potion available; she scoffed at their claims and wanted something much simpler. So she decided to make her own.