Lust Over This Artist's Creative, BoHo NYC Digs

Photo: Ali Mitton/Courtesy of Valentine NYC.
Whitney & Paloma, the free-spirited beauties behind Valentine NYC, are on a two-woman mission to revive romance by showcasing some of the most inspiring couples from NYC to L.A — often in their skivvies. Oh, and if that wasn't enough, the ladies design some killer lingerie, too.
Cleo Wade, who was given her name by a set of traveling bayou gypsies along the Mississippi river bank, is an NYC-based painter. In addition to curating TheLieBox, you can check her work out at ThisIsFuckingImportant.com. We hung out with her at her East Village home and were downright enchanted. Click through for the photos! RELATED: This Gal Has A New Way Of Saying "I Love You"
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Most romantic thing anyone has done for me...
"During the winter, I always wear flowers in my hair. I had a boyfriend who would save them so that, when we were apart, we were kind of together. I really loved that."
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First time I said "I Love You"
"I think I came out of the womb saying 'I love you.' I say it to everyone, all the time."
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I've always dreamt of...
"Working on an art project with my brother."
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Best pick-up line?
"'Excuse me, you dropped your... smile.' - Homeless guy on Saint Marks."
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