Julia Friedman

Julia Friedman

I'm a freelance journalist.

Freelance writer/reporter/editor specializing in a little of this and a little of that. Email me at juliaf90@gmail.com.

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New York Magazine

Best Bet: Jeffrey Campbell’s Ibiza Sandals

As record-high temperatures sweep across state lines, we’re beginning to long for no-fuss fashion.

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New York Magazine

Store Listing: White Chalk

When Aaron Black became tired of seeing the same suit silhouettes at many major design houses, he decided to set up shop and do things his own way.

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New York Magazine

Store Lisitng: IRO

Arik and Laurent Bitton, the brothers behind the rock-chic French label IRO, opened their first U.S. storefront on Broome Street, a location handpicked for its proximately to other French labels like Surface to Air.

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New York Magazine

Store Listing: Amelia Toro

Striking silhouettes made of artfully tailored silk and thick wool crepe line the gallerylike space of Amelia Toro’s Chelsea boutique.

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New York Magazine

Best Bet: Cullen Meyer’s Procession Scarf

From far away, Cullen Meyer’s scarf seems like a mishmash of color, but look a little closer and you'll be greeted by a parade of dancing animals on this whimsically polished piece.

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New York Magazine

Store Listing: Aksel Paris

This narrow shop on West Broadway serves as a multifunctional space for art openings and installations, but it’s also a boutique selling double-stitch men’s shirts and custom suits made from Holland & Sherry fabrics.

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New York Magazine

Best Bet: Banana Republic’s Issa Wrap Dress

It's no coincidence that this frock bears a striking resemblance to Kate Middleton's famous sapphire-blue engagement dress. This jersey dress is part of the limited-edition Banana Republic Issa London Collection, which re-creates items from one of K-Mid's favorite British brands at a more affordable price.