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Sidewalk Style: Rocking and Rolling
We stopped a woman and her handsome—and considerably younger—Miami-import musician boyfriend in Adams Morgan. By Rachel Cothran
Comments () | Published September 30, 2008

Cassidy Karakorn, 30, associate marketing director, the Human Rights Campaign.
Albert Ovadia, 20, musician, the Mutiny and Turn to Black, both based in Miami.

What she’s wearing: Escada boots from a consignment store in Miami, cutoff Diesel jeans, thrift-store T-shirt, DKNY cardigan, Marc Jacobs handbag, and Chanel necklace.
What he’s wearing: All Saints boots, Cheap Monday jeans (from the boutique Cinema in Miami—his sister is the owner), Zara shirt, and Hugo Boss jacket.

How would you describe your look today?
Cassidy: “Designer-consignment sassy chic.”
Albert: “Dark. Because life is so beautiful that I have to offset it somehow,” he jokes (I think).

Where do you buy clothes?
Cassidy: “Muléh, Circle Boutique, Meeps, and Redeem.”
Albert: “I usually buy things when I leave Miami. I like Zara and Hugo Boss.”

What are you looking forward to wearing for fall?
Cassidy: “I’m going back to basics. I’m going to wear a lot of black.”
Albert: “I want to wear boots. I want it to be cool outside so that I can wear them and people won’t think I’m weird. I just really like boots—I like being cocooned, wrapped up in general.”
Cassidy: “Like the baby you are.”

Rachel says: He looks like a rock star, and she looks like the cool girlfriend/muse. Very Kate Moss and the Babyshambles’ Pete Doherty or, most recently, Kate Moss and Jamie Hince. 

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