I was taken with how good Reece is in finding enviable statement pieces whether thrift, vintage, or contemporary. The over-the-knee Alexander Mcqueen boots and purple suede, fringe en masse, ankle booties were bought years ago and are not only ultimate finds in what they are but look so modern. It takes an unusual eye and confidence to carry off the intense and profound Proenza Schouler jacket with its silver detail and leather that was made to look like fungus, and then to see the potential beauty in street fair, faux-navajo 70′s jeans, cut and paired with black suede thigh-high boots. It’s not a big shock that with all of her wisdom at the ripe old age of 23, Reece has already tried PR, worked at a top fashion magazine in Paris, is now designing her own handbag line and making “the bomb” jewelry with a friend. When she was describing her tattoo and how it’s all about reinvention, I was thinking about how unusual it is to understand that concept at her age – it usually takes alot more living.