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Exclusive: Erin Wasson Hits The Liquor Store For Her Fave Aussie Brand

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    There could totally be a waiver engraved in Erin Wasson's portfolio stating "model does not promise to arrive sober to set, nor claims to have had a solid night's rest pre-call time." (Or at least look like she didn't!). Other than Kate Moss, we don't think anyone can pull off that disheveled dose of dope that the brunette naturally (and professionally) nails. And, the one-time Wang muse obviously comes across gobs of great wares in all of her globetrotting — so when she claimed lifelong-fan status for label OneTeaspoon after scouting a pair of cutoffs on a trip to Australia, you know it's major.

    When Wasson and OneTeaspoon designer Jamie Blakey finally met, the chemistry between the girls and the clothes was undeniably dynamite. So, the newfound friends decided to take voyage on an L.A. pictorial odyssey, dubbed "Love Cats." The first stop? Where else other than the Davy Jones Liquor Locker in Venice to pick up a case of Tecates? After clicking through the snaps of the Cali rocker rogue in the cutting-edge, vintage-vibed line, we think you'll agree: These shots are sure to make euphoric beach-y waves along any coastline. Cheers, mates!

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