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Vote with Your Wallet—and Make it Autograf New York

As The Height of Style has grown over the years, I’ve aimed for editorial neutrality—preferring to keep politics out of the picture. But today, ignoring what is happening on a national political stage is impossible, at least for me. Even my seemingly insulated love of fashion has been affected. I can’t feign neutrality. Not today,…

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Part of the Panorama in Leota

I wasn’t aware of a term for the wide-eyed, awestruck admiring of October leaves until I was well into my 20s, but it wasn’t for lack of gorgeous fall surroundings. I grew up in the Midwest and speckled my young adulthood with a few years in Maine, so I’m no stranger to rich forest hues;…

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A Dress for Every Moon from Leota

Fall in NYC this year has been a tricky season. One day it’s 80 degrees; the next day its 40 degrees, making it a wee bit difficult to plan out an outfit—must be the unusual lunar cycles we’ve been having! Plus, living in NYC also comes with small closets, which means no room for summer and fall…

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Whole Leota Love

Photo credit: Pamela McLendon Like others fashion-obsessed, I’m very picky about what I wear. I almost exclusively wear close-fitting, tailored pieces with neat silhouettes, since it has been my experience that the baggier or bigger the clothing I wear, the bigger my already-vertical frame appears. One of the only exceptions I make for wider cuts of…

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A Lot Like Coming Home with Lands’ End

In the summer of 1984, Lands’ End founder Gary Comer wrote an article for placement in the seasonal catalog. He titled it, “The Principles of Doing Business”. In it, he shared the values that had transformed Lands’ End from a 15-order-a-day, yachting equipment supplier created in a Chicago basement into a multi-million dollar clothing retailer a…

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Off and Away in the Lightweight Down Parka From Lands’ End

Traveling is a huge passion of mine, and I hop on planes and trains (and automobiles) to explore new places every chance I get. After many years of lugging over-stuffed suitcases on bikes and boats and over miles of rocky paths, I have finally learned the value of packing only what I can carry in…