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Suchin Pak is one lucky lady. Her fashion-focused outdoor market, the Hester Street Fair, has been a smashing success in two cities. She lives an enviable bi-coastal lifestyle, shuttling back and forth from New York to her home in Hancock Park. She just had her first child, a baby boy, last year. And from the looks of her Vaunte sale, she's got a stellar wardrobe.
The television correspondant opened up her closet and her home to the Vaunte photographers, who also captured a video of Suchin in her glorious backyard discussing her style. (Sample tidbit: She loves accessories, and tries to bargain shop for everything but shoes.) The sale, which launched this morning, compromises cool and eclectic jewelry from labels like Monet Zantium, Castlecliff and Givenchy; pretty, ladylike blouses by Amanda Uprichard, Marni, Rebecca Taylor and Missoni; lots of colorful dresses; and a few pieces by up-and-coming LA designer Jill Aiko Yee, who Suchin names as one of her favorite talents. Click here to shop the goods.
· Jill Aiko Yee [Official Site]
· Suchin Pak's Closet [Vaunte]
· Vaunte Sells Closet Contents of Some of Society's Richest Women [Racked]
· Fashion, Food, Andy Dick: Snaps from Hester Street Fair LA [Racked]