Leave The Bathroom Door Open (Says Rachel Antonoff)

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    Before becoming famed Vogue EIC, Diana Vreeland showed off her signature style in a column for Harper's Bazaar called "Why Don't You?." In this, sartorial magic was born. Taking inspiration from Vreeland's pithy franchise, we're enlisting help from our quirky network of friends — including editors, designers, and stylists — to bring you a little lighthearted (but totally useful!) styling advice.

    "You know you want to...always leave the bathroom door open."Rachel Antonoff

    We can only guess what trinkets and totems Rachel Antonoff has on display in her bathroom. But, we'd wager the decor is just as quirky as the designer herself — perhaps a roll of suduku toilet paper, or maybe a gold Buddha soap dish? Her statement above made us wonder, Why not show off our WC's eclectic accessories? Although we suspect Antonoff may be referring to keeping the door open while using the facilities, her advice is still a good reminder to spruce up our john with the items ahead. You know, just in case...


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