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The Coveteur Explores Erin Wasson's Venice Hippie Haven

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The moment we've all been waiting for has finally arrived. Designer-actress-model extraordinaire, Erin Wasson, recently invited The Coveteur into her Venice abode to marvel over her crazy collection of vintage bohemia. As expected, the story is filled with all the mind-blowing designer gear and hippie wisdom we know and love from the well-tatted beauty.

Besides tons of silver and gold accoutrements (the girl is pretty set on bangles), Wasson's closet is flooded with boots of all shapes and sizes. "[I couldn't live without] my black python cowboy boots," she explains. "I would be lost without them, if they could talk, they would say that they were getting really tired, and that you probably need to take us to the cobbler."

Other key details that make up the Angeleno's digs include a record player ("I adore vinyl, most of the music I collect can only be found on vinyl. I search through flea markets and visit Puba records and Records Surplus on Franklin and Santa Monica") and a mini bar ("I mostly have tequila and lime or whiskey and ginger").
· Erin Wasson [The Coveteur]
· 6 Pieces of Hippie Wisdom from Model/Actress Erin Wasson [Racked]