If you're looking for a fashion icon and influence, no one fits the bill better than Edie Sedgwick. The starlet, who was an inspiration to Andy Warhol and of course Bob Dylan, did more for the fashion world in her 28 years than many have done in a lifetime. Christian Dior Dior famously...

There's a definite Edie Sedgwick muse meets Joan Jett rocker vibe emanating from this radiant morsel. She was also completely down to earth--despite her out-of-this-world sci-fi details. (She's wearing sparkly starfield nail polish that matched the cosmic sheen on her patent Doc Martens)....

Style icon, socialite, Warhol Factory girl, actress and socialite Edie Sedgwick was known for her distinctive blonde cropped hair, leotards, leggings, black tights and large chandelier earrings. Edie is, in many ways, still inspiring today. I see her in the girl in a stripe T-shirt and...

From Edie Sedgwick and Candy Darling to Warhol himself, the collection offers a range of tees, denim and outerwear imprinted with iconic works from The Father of Pop Art. blog comments powered by Disqus

Check out those over-the-knee boots Yesterday we went back to the 1960s to celebrate the classic style of Factory superstar and rich socialite Edie Sedgwick – but today we're fast-forwarding to 1979 in New York, where girl power was having it's first proper punk moment. Heading up a wave of...

At first I was dubious, thinking that it might be Sienna Miller in Factory Girl, but as I took a closer look, realized that it's Edie, in glorious colour. And what colour! Ultra Violet bodysuit by Venus! (A dig at Warhol's superstar, perhaps?) Acid yellow stockings with crimson flowers by...

Style Icon of the Day – A moment for my favorite iconic tragic fashion icon, Edie Sedgwick.

One of my favorite style icons is Edie Sedgwick. Her style was effortless yet fabulous and her life was fascinating, to say the very least. If you aren't familiar with Edie, definitely check out Factory Girl starring Sienna Miller. I love that movie (it is one of my all time favorites) it is...

Sienna Miller as Edie Sedgwick for the "Factory Girl" movie poster, and Edie Sedgwick and Andy Warhol in 1965. Photo: Courtesy of MGM/Getty Images Channeling this particular artistic movement is nothing new for Beyonce (who will EVER forget the exemplary color play of her "Countdown"...

But one of my favorites ever is widely disputed: the alleged tryst between rocker Bob Dylan and tragic Warhol muse Edie Sedgwick. Some classic images of Bob Dylan (striped pants) and Edie Sedgwick (long turtleneck, long earrings). Image sources unknown, but greatly appreciated! Inspired...

 

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