Zoë Hoetzel is a freshman studying film at Tisch School of the Arts. Hoetzel has a great sense of style from head to toe, and every day she shows it off. Interested in the fashion world, style is a huge part of Hoetzel’s life. Her favorite fashion magazine is “Numéro,” and her favorite online source of inspiration is “Fashion Gone Rogue.”
Question: What are you wearing?
Answer: I am wearing a vintage H&M jacket, J Brand elastic jeans, a plain black tank, Dolce Vita platforms — which are as comfortable as heels get — a necklace I got at the Fairfax flea market in Los Angeles, California, and my favorite plain Victoria’s Secret hat.
Q: What is your favorite item and why?
A: My favorite item is my hat because it goes with basically everything.
Q: Where do you like to shop?
A: I really love vintage stores like Buffalo Exchange, Beacon’s Closet — here in New York — and in L.A. It’s fun to shop at vintage stores because each item is unique, and usually there is just one of them. You can also get designer names for cheaper, and it’s fun to see what you can find. I also like the store Intermix and clothes by designers Alexander Wang and Rag & Bone.
Q: Where does your style inspiration come from, and who are some of your favorite style icons?
A: I am really inspired by Tasya Van Ree, a photographer, and Freja Beha, a model, who dress in very simplistic ways. I usually dress for the day by the mood I am in and how I am feeling, so it changes what colors I might wear.
Q: What Street Style advice would you give?
A: I would say that less skin is more, as well as wearing neutral colors and having one real statement, which for me is my hat.
Q: What music do you listen to when walking around the city?
A: Azealia Banks is great to walk to. I also listen to The Kills and Frank Ocean.
A version of this article appeared in the Wednesday Sept. 26 print edition. Kaitlin Christy is a contributing writer. Email her at email@example.com.
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