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If you are a magazine-phile, there's a Andrea Linett-shaped hole that hasn't yet been filled. One of the co-founders of Lucky magazine and its former creative director, Linett helped us develop and celebrate our obsession with shopping, taking it from a hobby to a lifestyle. Whether it was a $50 Aldo shoe so chic a certain editor at Refinery29 bought three pairs (so she'd always have a spare once one fell apart) to a beautiful, designer coat she actually convinced us to splurge on, Linett's eye for shopping is really unparalleled. She's like the best friend with better taste whose advice you actually trust — who'll tell you that those trendy pants look stupid and that $80 white T-shirt isn't worth it...but that Carven dress totally is.
Linett, a creative director, is the author of the book
I Want To Be Her!
and has taken the time to go back to her roots and indulge us in a little shopping eye candy. As the first part of a recurring column, here are the six things that are on Linett's shopping list!
I Want To Be Her! by Andrea Linett, $14.96, available at Amazon.
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