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As the youthful (and lionized) editor of RUSSH Magazine and one of the most in-demand stylists and creative consultants in Sydney and New York, Stevie Dance has swiftly garnered a cult following of well-versed fashion addicts who appreciate her deft use of color, texture and editorial references. What has always struck me most about Stevie’s craft is the innate effortlessness conveyed –– especially impressive given the all-embracing extensiveness of her pulls –– and the simplicity and restraint that instantly set her work apart.
It was an honor to sit down with Stevie for an insightful 3 Quick Questions session…
What do you think makes RUSSH so covetable?
I can only hope it is because people feel an affinity with it –– with where it comes from, and what it proposes. We are a small team, and it is literally handmade by the six of us. You know, RUSSH is about dreams still: not just fashion or just music or just anything. I think this resonates on the page. I hope it does anyway.
How would you describe your personal style… and how do you think it informs your editorial styling?
Truth be known –– clothes don’t really phase me as much as they should. I do favor pieces with a story. Or ones that make me feel like something great is about to happen. I like everything I wear to feel like I have had it for years. All my style icons are men. When I was younger I used to wish I could be Judd Nelson in The Breakfast Club.
What trend of yore would you most like to see make its way back to the runways for Spring 2011?
Trends are a funny thing. But I think a woman’s back needs more celebrating. It is such a beautiful thing.