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Foam's Editor-In-Chief Flaunts Her 4 Go-To Looks!

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    [UPDATE: This post was originally published on October 1.]

    Whenever we hit the event circuit in L.A., there's one glam guest shrouded by people — the lovely, life-of-the-party Sari Tuschman. We literally have to push through her fashionable fans to get a word with the in-demand gal (then, we promptly give her always-amazing outfit a once-over). Serving as editor-in-chief to one of our go-to glossies, Foam, Tuschman epitomizes the girl whom she writes for: stylish, outdoorsy, down-to-earth, and all-around rad. Don't believe us? Here are a few tidbits: The Venice dweller surfs every morning, once worked for Hunter S. Thompson, and has endless wit, worthy of a sitcom.

    So, when Tuschman cleared a spot in her busy schedule, we jumped at the chance to snap some shots of her and share an intimate moment, sans throngs of admirers. Click through and meet this magnetic ringleader (and see her awesome go-to ensembles) while we've pinned her down.

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