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Sometimes a garment is stamped with the memory of a historic moment, such as the Lanvin gown (below) Lefkofsky wore to a farewell dinner for former Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley at the Art Institute of Chicago.
“There’s something about skulls that is dark and curious to me.”
A skull-embellished bag from the women’s wear label Thomas Wylde started Lefkofsky’s collection (which runs the gamut from sinister to practically cheery).
“As a little girl, I was sort of a tomboy. As I got older, I had my own sense of style.”
Lefkofsky favors straightforward designs, such as pieces by Yigal Azrouël (front and back) and Rick Owens (center).
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Photography: Anna Knott; (runway) courtesy of vendors
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