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While other high-profile fashion forces might prefer to maintain an air of mystery, Nevena Borissa is an open book. The mastermind behind legendary Robertson haunt Curve Boutique recently spilled her guts to luxury consignment site Walk In My Closet, revealing everything from her pet peeves (negligence; stupidity) to her favorite booze (wine; whiskey).
On the subject of sex, Borissa doesn't hold back, noting that the act is a great stress-reliever, in addition to (more) wine and a visit to the spa. She also describes one of her prized buys—a Gianni Versace black cocktail number—a "sexual dress of life."
Additional takeaways include that she is a super-light packer, takes only 10 minutes to get ready, is good friends with supermodel Karolina Kurkova (see them chilling in Paris, above), and loves "Japanese little stores on Abbot Kinney." She also confirms that her upcoming 7,000-square-foot lifestyle shop at Culver City's Hayden Tract is totally happening. Read the full feature here.
· Curve [Official Site]
· Curve Launches Personal Styling, Is Opening a Lifestyle Shop [Racked]