The “Book Fair” pop-up installation at SooLocal in Minneapolis attracted fashion-forward lovers of lit.
What are you wearing? Vintage chiffon scarf from a garage sale, short jumpsuit from Opitz, Bow-Down tattoo tights from Buffalo Exchange, Field Gear boots.
Describe your style: Red lips, messy hair, knee socks and vintage finds.
Favorite stylish literary icon: The entire Glass family from Salinger’s “Franny and Zooey.”
What should we be reading? “Bad Feminist” by Roxane Gay, “Just Kids” by Patti Smith, “Antwerp” by Roberto Bolaño.
What are you wearing? Mix & Co. sweater and shirt, skirt from the Seward Cafe free box, Dickies pants, Payless heels.
Describe your style: Eclectic, eccentric, pan-gendered and resourceful.
Favorite stylish literary icon: Sylvia Plath.
What should we be reading? “The Hour of the Star” by Clarice Lispector.
Actor, employee of Lulu Organics, 23
What are you wearing? Blazer from J. Crew, jeans by Kensie, Docs from Camden Market in London, handmade sweater.
Describe your style: Young British boy or a witch.
What should we be reading? Anne Carson. Anything that isn’t the Internet. Anything you’re really swept away by.
Favorite shops in the Twin Cities: Cliché, B. Resale, Lula Vintage, Opitz and Arc’s Value Village.
Copy editor, 44
What are you wearing? Blazer from Kuhlman, Banana Republic shirt, Perry Ellis tie, Louis Raphael pants from Nordstrom Rack, Kenneth Cole shoes.
Describe your style: Broody optimism.
Favorite stylish literary icon: Samuel Clemens for the ’stache, Oscar Wilde for the panache.
What should we be reading? “House of Coates” (recently back in print) from Coffee House Press.