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1 63-Year-Old Lanvin Model, 4 Enviable Outfits

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    According to 63-year-old Tziporah Salamon, age does matter in the fashion industry. But as far as we can tell, things have only gotten better for this consultant-turned-stylist-turned-teacher-turned-Lanvin-model. She's creative, daring, and unapologetic about her sense of flare. Perhaps this is why Salamon — who has watched the business evolve from an insider's perspective — is so selective about every ensemble she wears. In fact, it once took her a record seven years to complete the perfect look!

    Luckily, we got up-close-and-personal with four of Salamon's thoughtful-yet-playful ensembles, from an all-fuchsia outfit to the perfect summer turban. We only hope we can pull them off (and peddle around town to show them off) as gracefully as Salamon herself.

    Click through for her eye-catching outfits and make sure to get in touch for styling tips and her "Art Of Dressing" seminars. ​

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