Model, muse, heiress and socialite, '60s icon Edie Sedgwick was dubbed "youthquaker" by then editor of Vogue, Diana Vreeland.
Launched into the limelight through her friendship with Andy Warhol, Edie's distinct sense of style has been referred to for inspiration by designers and celebrities to this day.
Forever immortalised through her appearances in Warhol's Poor Little Rich Girl film series, Edie was indeed a complex character. Through her dress however, Edie captured the excitement and mystery of her oftentimes haphazard mind; making her a most fascinating and timeless style icon.
Favouring statement earrings, striped tees which she'd wear as dresses, high neck LBDs and leotards, steal Edie's style from our edit below!
+ Scroll right to WATCH Edie in an interview about her family's attitude towards her modelling
Video Credit: TheVitaminBee
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