Catching up with the first crew to ever call themselves Coveteurs has been pretty much exactly how you’d expect the best kind of high school reunion to go. It’s all very Romy and Michele, only skipping the parts where we lie about inventing the Post-It and fast forwarding right to the one where the reformed mean girl-turned-Vogue-editor sticks up for our outfits and we run away with Alan Cumming and Justin Theroux. In other words: it’s been a lot about catching up with a bright, brilliant group of people, and getting caught up on the cool things they’ve been up lately.
Which is where Fiona Green comes in. Since the last time we saw her, Green has up and gone freelance, styling countless editorials and celebrities (including Chloe Moretz and Olivia Munn). Another big change? The first time we dropped in on Green, she called Toronto home; now, the Lower East Side. The only real constant, then, are the the incredible pieces that populate her wardrobe: big intellectual-y brands like Dries Van Noten and Balenciaga, plus new school establishment types like J.W. Anderson and Christopher Kane. We can only imagine what awaits when we hit our ten year, guys.