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Elettra Wiedemann's Cool-Girl Date-Night Looks

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    We live in an age of slashies. Writer-slash-waiter. Designer-slash-DJ. Actor-slash-singer. While we usually find the "/" annoying as all get out, there are a few multi-taskers out there who have earned their professional stripes (or slashes, as the case may be). Like Elettra Wiedemann, a model-philanthropist-environmentalist-restauranteur, whose pop-up restaurant, GOODNESS — will return to NYFW for the second season in a row, this week.

    Featuring fast, fresh eats from chefs like Mario Batali, Julian Medina, and Alain Allegretti, the culinary master behind La Promenade des Anglais, Wiedemann's made her Columbus Center spot a must on every editor's NWFW hit list. Ahead of the madness, we stopped by La Promenade to chat with Wiedemann about all things food and fashion, from mom Isabella Rossellini to model diet secrets and beauty tips. And good grief— those outfits. Elettra models four looks for us that are entirely on-point for a perfect date. From a casually glam pants-and-flats ensemble to a sexy-and-you-know-it ikat dress, these options really traverse the sartorial spectrum. Okay, we can't resist one more pun — this girl is good/great.

    Saturday, February 11 to Tuesday, February 14, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Robert, at Museum of Art and Design, 2 Columbus Circle, 9th Floor.

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