Highway child is the name of Sarah’s jewelry line, after the Bob Seeger song from the ’70′s. It’s about a hitchhiker and someone that Sarah strongly identifies with, for their shared case of wanderlust. Sarah’s vibe, in a vintage RRL plaid flannel skirt, fedora with feathers, signature navajo silver, beaded and turquoise jewelry, old American flag on the wall, and raspy, melodic voice, makes you want to live in a Bob Seeger song too. Despite the cozy, Topanga canyon decor and chirping birds that give her Brooklyn apartment an unecumbered aura, Sarah truly walked the walk by moving to the woods in Georgia for six months. It was there, living in a trailer on a lake with her boyfriend, that she felt most able to concentrate on her handmade collection of everything from headpieces to earrings, that are inspired by hippie cults, natural places with decades of history, ’60′s psychedelic music, and Anita Pallenberg. Calm and poised in her Aztec-inspired, Jill Stuart tunic, and floppy “Carly Simon” hat, I am tempted to light some incense, pack a knapsack, and get Sarah’s tattoo of The Bluebirds of Happiness (symbolizing desire, faith and truth), as my buzzer rings for the 50th time today.