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Angela Scott’s Style Story

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Angela’s appreciation for fine craftsmanship and tradition came from her Italian grandfather who was a fine furniture maker and shared his enthusiasm for quality and style through his classic menswear wardrobe. After years of saving, dreaming, planning, and saving a bit more, Angela took the inspiration from her late grandfather and made her dream of owning and designing her  footwear line a reality. It’s been almost three years since launch and things are continuing to look up.

As for her home and personal style, it is an evolving mix of classic Italian, irreverent pop art, and vintage modernity.


“You can have everything you want in life, you just don’t get to choose when.” – wise words from an old friend of Angela’s



At the end of my visit, Angela and I sat down to chat about her family’s history of craftsmanship, her California roots, and the journey that  led her to becoming an artist and entrepreneur. In the course of our conversation, she shared some wonderful insights! Check back this Friday to hear the whole thing on the podcast. In the meantime, you can find her on Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr.


And don’t forget, you can shop a look inspired by this post:


This story by Hilary Walker
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