Featuring Sheryl Roberts
Photography Gigi Stoll
Curator and vintage aficionado Sheryl Roberts captures the present moment in fashion by embracing the past.
Whether it’s a metallic seafoam green Issey Miyake look or a little black dress dialed all the way up with show-stopping accessories, Sheryl Robert's inimitable aesthetic is dominated by vintage and preloved clothing, including high fashion brands, brilliant thrift discoveries and reworked pieces.
Roberts, a former model and entrepreneur, has turned her passion for acquiring vintage into a career. She’s the founder of The Collective at Indigo Style, a community-minded store in Bedford–Stuyvesant full of the kind of treasures Roberts herself wears in addition to a highly edited selection of local brands, showcasing makers of color. Roberts was drawn to vintage from a young age. The magic, she suggests, lies in its sense of discovery and individuality.
Sheryl Roberts embodies today’s no-rules approach to fashion with outfits that emphasize originality, fearlessness and pure joy.
Fashion has fallen for vintage and preloved clothing, a more intentional and sustainable consumer model that also underscores the importance of good design.
Accessories take a simple LBD to the next level with the addition of skyscraper platform shoes, lace tights and high impact costume jewelry.
An antidote to cookie cutter consumption that requires true creativity, vintage fashion lovers tend to dress primarily for themselves.
Standing over 6 feet the stunning writer Erika Veurink went for custom suiting and a quick jaunt to Paris for the Margot shopping spree. Discover what she considers the ultimate investment buys.
Classic New Yorker Maryjane Fahey, founder of Glorious Broads, isn't a shopper. So when asked to participate in Margot's fantasy shopping spree, she called on her fashionable friends for guidance.
Darshana Jariwala, Brand Manager and Hospitality Entrepreneur has a wardrobe that combines her Indian roots and glamorous New York style. For Margot's shopping fantasy, this elegant beauty considered not only what she wanted but what would complement her existing wardrobe.
Bought, Loved and Cherished
Today, it’s essential that our clothes last more than a single season. For advice on conscious buying, we turned to costume designer Rosemary Lepre Forman, whose enviable wardrobe is a repository of perennially chic staples, occasional splurges and cherished talismans.
The 25K Shopping Spree
What clothes & accessories would you choose if given 25k to spend? We asked four Margot women for their unique interpretations.