When I asked Laura about the inspiration behind her style, she mentioned Faye Dunaway in “Bonnie & Clyde” and Audrey Hepburn in “Sabrina”.   In her first style story, she talks a little more about it…

“I’ve always viewed fashion as a way to showcase personality.  So then of course, my fashion has changed many times throughout the years as I’ve discovered more about myself. My passion is theatre and performance which lends itself to the dramatic.
My aesthetic is usually retro or vintage based with a bit of a modern twist thrown in. I shop almost exclusively in second-hand shops or vintage shops. This started as a necessity because op-shops are cheaper, and I’m an artist.  Cash flow just isn’t there to buy new, but now it has turned into more of a choice because I like one-off items that no one else has. My green and gold wide-leg jump suit is one of the items I own that I did buy new, in India on a trip there in 2018. I fell in love with it and hadn’t seen anything like it before”.

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