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TABITHA SIM­MONS DISHES ON STYLING, FASH­ION AD­VICE AND FAL MUST-HAVES .

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ON HER STYLING MANTRA:

I have found that at first I look at trends of the sea­son for in­spi­ra­tion, but then tend to ig­nore them and just go with my in­stinct.

ON WHAT SHE’LL BE ADDING TO HER CLOSET FOR FALL:

My Bex­ley ski boots—I can­not wait to wear them!

ON STYLING A CAT­WALK SHOW:

I re­ally go in and think about the brand’s DNA. It’s re­ally im­por­tant that ev­ery brand has a DNA, has a style, whether it’s min­i­mal, or fem­i­nine, or over-the-top. For me, it’s very, very, im­por­tant. I think, what can I do, work­ing within the DNA, to make this the best show you could imag­ine.

ON PEO­PLE WHO ASK HER FOR FASH­ION AD­VICE:

I’m so happy to give it, be­cause I al­ways have an opin­ion about some­thing.

ON WHAT SHE MISSES ABOUT ENG­LAND:

I miss the food, which is a re­ally odd thing to say liv­ing in New York. If some­body said that to me—if you move away, that’s the thing you would miss about Eng­land— I would have thought they were mad. It’s only when you go away where you think, “Gosh, I re­ally miss that.” Like home com­forts.

“I want a com­fort­able shoe, but it still looks very fash­ion.”

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