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Daphne Guinness: When I Was A Child I Was A Real Tomboy

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For Ms. Guinness, her wardrobe antics and often outlandish appearances in public "are kind of an ever-evolving art project," she explained. "When I was a child," being raised largely among the haute bohemians of the wealthy expatriate colony of Cadaqués, Spain, Ms. Guinness said: "I was overly serious and thoughtful, a real tomboy, always dressing up as a knight or a pirate or a red Indian. If there is anything you can say about me, it's that I have not lost the imagination I had when I was 5 years old."

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