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We're the first to admit that working in fashion is a blast — but we still take it seriously. And so does top archivist Julie Ann Orsini, who is responsible for curating garments of iconic designers, as if their troves of ensembles were her own "personal mini-museum." It's no wonder then that Orsini, also a veteran fashion writer, has developed a sophisticated style all her own. So we caught up with the on-the-go entrepreneur for an inspiring interview about how to make it in the biz, and of course, an exclusive look at four of her favorite transitional outfits. And yes, we consider these looks works of art, too.
Photographed by Nina Westervelt
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