Oct 3, 2002 – The Shoot [Eye Magazine in Toronto]

1. Daniel’s wearing Yesterday patchwork cord, denim and leather trousers ($295), Rich shirt ($160) and the Redwood jacket ($525).

2. Daniel’s wearing Energie’s graffiti-style love-note shirt ($200).

3. Miriam’s wearing a Copkin tee ($85), Aida acrylic knit skirt ($145) and carries a Batida de coco bag ($60). Sarah’s in an Abelie acrylic knit tee ($180), Harriett denims ($225) and has a Spaten diary ($55).

4. Miriam’s in Plastic pants (though they’re really leather and denim and $225), a Caleb long-sleeve cowl-neck pullover ($225), and a Joy Eslava fake fur, butterfly-belt coat ($575).

5. Sarah’s wearing a cotton turtleneck cropped-velvet print Sixty calls Fid ($100).

HAIR STYLING & MAKEUP: KATIE SOLOMON
MODELS: DANIEL CLARK, MIRIAM McDONALD, SARAH BARRABLE-TISHAUER
MISS SIXTY AND ENERGIE: AVAILABLE AT DUE WEST, 431 QUEEN W, 416-593-6267

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MISS SIXTY & ENERGIE

When asked what looks they liked, both Sarah Barrable-Tishauer and Miriam McDonald, who play Liberty and Emma on Degrassi TNG, mentioned “peasant.” They’re young, they can be forgiven. When asked to name a few designers and labels they liked, both listed Miss Sixty.

Relying, like so many labels, on the ’70s for inspiration, Sixty is able to inject a little Italy into the decade and in the process, offer pieces your parents won’t remember from the decade they remember, unless they were hanging around Rome or Milan with the Vespa ragazzi. With patchwork pants, over-the-top fun-fur outerwear and printed tops that manage to distill and combine the very essence of Russ Meyer and Josie & The Pussycats, you can’t be anything but the best kind of cool in this stuff.

Though Daniel Clark, who plays Sean, describes his everyday look as “sort of laid-back Gino” and would have felt more comfortable in Boss or Armani, or at least Banana Republic or Club Monaco, he liked the graffiti shirt from Sixty’s men’s line, Energie (5), and was good-natured about the fur and patchwork (1). BERT ARCHER





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