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My City, My Style: 2 Super-Luxe Editors Share Their NYC Hot Spots

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    With amazing style, a phenomenal work ethic, and an inspiring knack for innovation, it's no wonder that Ferebee Taube (who's worked as a brand consultant for Vogue, Theory, Chloé, and more) and Eleanor Ylvisaker (she co-founded Earnest Sewn) have been at the top of the fashion game for years. But as their new luxury styling site, Feyt, continues to find the "bookmarks" bar on the browsers of high-end shoppers (and R29 editors!) everywhere, we figured it was time to find out more.

    So, we tapped the co-founders for their favorite places in NYC and spent a day trailing the ladies on the town. Sure enough, we found that the duo is dripping in just as much chicness as their site. Bonus: They happen to be down-to-earth and hilarious, plus they've managed to find the perfect balance between industry events and motherhood. Want to pick their brains for career advice and find out their glam go-tos? Hang around The Smile long enough and you might just be able to strike up a convo over a nice bibb lettuce salad. Or you could just click through our exclusive photo shoot and interview.


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