As a buyer for Shoreditch's cult designer den Hostem, Christie Fels spends her days curating a collection of insanely covetable fashions, crossing the globe as she scouts out new and innovative designers. Call it an occupational hazard or just plain good luck, but naturally, many of these labels — including Rick Owens and Yohji Yamamoto — wind up in her own wardrobe.
As these images of Fels showing off some of her favourite looks in and around her North London nabe reveal, the South African-born beauty clearly has a knack for pairing a natural, bohemian sensibility with boyish, well-proportioned pieces that don't overwhelm her petite frame. Consider us inspired!
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Photographed by Claire Pepper
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