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Silver-Foxy Linda Rodin's NYC Apartment

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    A few months ago, we came across an article about a woman who not only made this editor want to tab the page...but also rip it out for safe keeping. Truth is, you just don't see eternally cool women like this everyday, and when you do, you want to know everything about them. The subject in question: NYC-based stylist Linda Rodin, who is currently stirring up major buzz thanks to her eponymous line of skin-care potions and cosmetics. And while pretty ladies like Gwyneth and Gucci have given the formulations a giant thumbs up, it is Rodin's personal style that has us hankering for more, more, more. At 63, you can definitely see how this former model got roped into styling all those years ago. Her knack for putting together a pitch-perfect outfit seems like second-nature...and not surprisingly, her nearby NYC apartment exhibits the same relaxed elegance as her simply stunning wardrobe. Since this is exactly how we want to carry ourselves at 30, 40, 70 (hell, until someone turns off the lights!), we decided to do a little up-close-and-personal visit with our newest sartorial inspiration. Ladies, if this is what 63 looks like, we can't hardly wait.

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