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Date: Aug 28, 2020 11:46:04 PM PDT
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Rutson built her wardrobe over 30 years as a
buyer for Net-a-Porter and Lane Crawford-and, as
she tells it, she "kept everything." More
importantly, she wore it all, too. "Clothes are
there to be worn," she said on our call. "I've
always felt that my clothes have to be chameleon-
like and adaptable, and when I moved to L.A., my
life looked very different from the life I'd [b]
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years. And now with Covid, I'm not traveling at
all. I'm working on Zoom calls, and I thought,
you know what-there's no going back to the way it
was for me. I cannot see myself running around
having multiple meetings a day for weeks and
weeks on end with a wardrobe that needs to
reflect that. I'm going to be sitting on a lot of
Zooms, and having limited meetings with limited
people," she continued. "I'm not going to be
walking around my house in a jacket and a pencil
skirt. So I thought it was time to clear out the
rest."

And though she loves incorporating trends into
her wardrobe, her favorites are classic items
that are seeing a major comeback right now. "My
mom had a leather coat from 25 years ago that she
gave to me. I wear it all the time now, and
everyone stops me to ask where I [b]
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says. It's these vintage or vintage-inspired
pieces that feel most relevant to her now.

She sent much of her wardrobe to The RealReal,
including dozens of pieces you'll recognize from
Phil Oh's street style photos: a slashed Junya
Watanabe biker cape, a red and navy striped Dries
Van Noten blazer, a tropical-print Proenza
Schouler [b]
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orange strapless Chlo锟斤拷 dress by Phoebe
Philo, tons of Alber Elbaz-era Lanvin runway
pieces, and lots of sharp jackets by Givenchy,
Sacai, and Haider Ackermann.

Beyond their emotional support, the aesthetic of
these throwbacks are pleasantly forgettable and
they have all the technical qualities of a shoe
worn by someone who has their podiatrist on speed
dial. The soles are cushiony and won't irritate
your bunions after your allocated daily walk,
which is followed promptly by a session of
staring at the ceiling because Netflix doesn't
hit the same way it used to.

For women born between 1987 and 1992, Lizzie
McGuire is a Millennial idol. She was the
bedazzled, bandana-wearing, "I want a bra!"
screaming sherpa who guided us through our
adolescence, filling a void the Olsens twins left
(who was then followed by another star, Hannah
Montana). To those of us who grew up with Lizzie,
she was a voice when we didn't feel heard. We
laughed through her "punk" phase, gasped when
they revealed her Italian doppelganger, and cried
in mutual understanding that, sometimes, the guy
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