Patti Smith gifts the literary world and a whole new generation of fans with another look into her singular mind, curiosities, and diversity.
Writer, singer, poet, icon she has ‘compose’ M Train, a beutiful memoir: ‘In 1965 I had come to New York City from South Jersey just to roam around, and nothing seemed more romantic than to write poetry in a Greenwich Village café. I finally got the courage to enter Caffè Dante on MacDougal Street. The walls were covered with printed murals of the city of Florence and scenes from The Divine Comedy’
A longtime muse to designers from Ann Demeulemeester to Nicolas Ghesquière or Hedi Slimane, who practically have her closet in mind all the time! Her style has been loved by all the women looking for a androgynous, and slightly sporty style . In her 2010 memoir, Just Kids, she writes of an early aversion to skirts and “red slashes of lipstick,” and of plastering a photograph of Edie Sedgwick from the pages of Vogue on her wall as a teenager.
Denim takes shape in a fitted boyfriend cut suited for figure with not large hips, the black blazer Smith’s trademark rock ’n’ roll —paired with protest pins, a crisp men’s shirt, and antique-y cross necklace? And for outdoors, a shrunken bomber, a trench, or an a suede blazer…
Enjoy the pictures….