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Dressing for the dock: the psychology of courtroom style

Life and style | The Guardian

Anna Sorokin’s demure designer wardrobe, Felicity Huffman’s sensible cardigan, Harvey Weinstein’s loose button – it is impossible to separate clothing from court optics

“Scammer’, “con artist”, “grifter”. All words used to describe Anna Sorokin, the fake heiress sentenced to four to 12 years’ imprisonment for swindling more than $200,000, although “style icon” is the label that has endured, at least in fashion circles.

Since attending trial at Manhattan state court wearing her oversized Celine spectacles, black choker, and a roll call of womenswear by Saint Laurent, Victoria Beckham, Michael Kors and Chloe, Sorokin’s demure wardrobe has been more talked about than her crimes. This was intentional. Sorokin’s lawyer raised “concerns” over the Rikers prison-issued uniform and enlisted the help of Anastasia Walker – Courtney Love’s stylist, no less – to help her guide the jury’s eyes and minds.

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May 16th 2019, 4:14 am
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