When Lhuillier packs for her New York trips, it’s about a morning-to-midnight look that straddles every occasion. “It’ll be smarter and chicer because it’s going to be all day,” she says. “When I’m home I wear a lot more color and have more fun. I start my day in a casual dress and a lower heel, big sunglasses and a big tote. And then I’ll do a complete change later in the day because I can.”
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