Sidney has a down to earth classic beauty and original sense of style reminiscent of the type of women where it is inherent to be memorable and timeless like Jane Birken and her daughters, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Lou Doillon. Taste runs in her family, she cites her grandmother as a huge influence, someone with a lot of class, despite the fact that she didn’t have alot of money. Her grandmother was known in town for her wardrobe and Sidney wishes that she had the remnants. One of Sidney’s statement pieces is a Dior bustier that was her dad’s first present to her mom (they met when her mom was 13 and her dad was 19). She wears it with high-waisted leather shorts that she cut from pants and an 80′s black leather Claude Montana-esque vintage jacket and despite the strong statement looks completely natural. To be a model in Milan, a city known for fashion and labels, it’s notable how uniquely unaffected and colorful Sidney is, both in dressing and personality. She chose to harvest grapes instead of attending Fashion Week. Sidney could never be taken for anyone else but herself.