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Shop Like a Tastemaker: Artist Denisse Wolf

Favorite stylish picks from a Tijuana native



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Age: 32
Neighborhood: North Park
Background: Graphic designer turned full-time artist from Tijuana
Personal Style: Architectural chic meets contemporary
Fashion Philosophy: If you like it, wear it—own it.

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Her Favorite Things:

Love me a good clutch, and this little cutie from Clare V is a winner. I’m a huge fan of bright color-block patterns and designs that contribute to the look instead of overshadowing.

Flat clutch, $235, clarev.com

I love monochromatic accessories. This Komono watch feels like an art piece instead of a bulky watch. It’s solid, subtle, and awesome!

Winston Regal watch, $100, komono.com

There’s nothing like a great hat to finish off an outfit. I live in this one by SoCal-based Brixton; it’s the perfect gray that goes with everything!

Brixton “Dallas” hat, $76, brixton.com

This is one of my favorite pieces I painted recently. It was created for the NBA All-Star Game in Toronto. You can say I’m pretty proud!

denissewolf.com

We don’t get much winter in San Diego, so I like to have fun with my coats and color combos.

Faux fur collared jacket, $295, Scotch & Soda Fashion Valley

Disneyland for adults does exist, and it’s called The Broad. This 120,000-square-foot L.A. museum, with an innovative “veil-and-vault” concept, features two floors of heavenly contemporary space.

thebroad.org

This scent is inspired by the various aspects of wood, and I love that it is unisex.

Wonderwood by Comme des Garcons, $131, Sephora

The “Up” chair by Gaetano Pesce is the gravitational pull in my home. It was a present from my husband after I obsessed over it for years and constantly dropped hints. Good thing he got the message.

Price upon request, bebitalia.com

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