Saturday, February 26, 2011

Tziporah Salamon


It was through a conference on fashion and vintage values in NYC where I met and fell in love with Tziporah Salamon. Tziporah is a canvas. Take one look at her on any ordinary day, and you will quickly realize there is nothing ordinary about her at all. The daughter of Jewish Hungarian Holocaust survivors (her father was a tailor and her mother was a gifted dressmaker), Tziporah's style developed from a young age in the form of dress up and play, through which she came to appreciate the detailing and harmony in each piece of clothing.
During her mid twenties, she came to appreciate Impressionist artworks by Monet and began to understand the layering of style - colours, textures, patterns, scale, proportions - through which she elevates the act of dressing to an art form .

Tziporah photographed for an article on Advanced Style with Patricia Field and Iris Apfel among other delicious decadent candies.

I was fortunate enough to talk with her about the art of style in her gorgeous Upper West apartment for RaraCurio. So enjoy for now, but there is plenty more of her to be featured here in future.


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