Timeless Style Icon: Linda Rodin

In our modern times it is hard to think about style icons without having Linda Rodin in mind, I mean, she’s just the perfect definition of what a true fashion/ style icon is. Besides sharing with you some of her life story. I’d like to share you why for me she’s become one of the most influential people in fashion regardless of her age. 



Linda Rodin’s first steps in the fashion industry were during here model days in Italy during the 60’s, and after going back to NYC she decided to open a boutique in Soho, where her great taste became well known through out this amazing city, after a while she also worked as a fashion editor for Harpers Bazars.

Having all this experience as a background allowed Linda to became a stylist on her own which later on got her to work with Halle Berry, Gisele Bündchen, Madonna just to name a few.

Now, this is a very tiny bio of this amazing woman, but hopefully this gives you an idea of Linda Rodin’s background in the fashion industry, but, to be honest, not all of the peeps who work for this industry can turn into a well know “icon”. I don’t know what you guys think, but for me, every fashion icon has a sense of style that they just born with, it’s so effortless that it makes a bit jealous.

Since we’re starting to discuss her style, I’d say that the way she can create looks so effortlessly chic just with one statement piece it’s just amazing, cause you can see how well she knows her aesthetic and how loyal she is to it, and what’s most interesting for me, is that regardless of having her own style and aesthetic, it never gets boring, or old fashioned, she somehow makes every outfit look runway ready.




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