When I shot Lindsay Jones for SLU, despite being taken by her Guinevere locks and Mormon-meets-bohemian aesthetic, I couldn't help but be overwhelmed with curiosity over who designed the 5,000-square-foot Neverland-like loft that Lindsay lives in. It was as much an expression of her imagination as her wardrobe. The architect of said space, filled with mysterious drawbridges, secret passageways, Christian iconography, broken mosaics and hidden rooms with bunk beds, is Sibyl, whose vision for the Brooklyn abode was about recreating a kindergarten for adults. She wanted something where one could come and develop, appreciate their individuality and creativity and grow past the linear thinking of cubicles and other stifling, grown-up dwellings. Keep reading below. This was originally posted on StyleLikeU.com
Sibyl says,"I just want to be able to do everything I needed to be able to do with my body and still look like I got dressed in the morning." Earthy, but not without an edge, Sibyl's cut off her overalls, padded the bottom of her high-waisted shorts and values her handmade 19th-century style work boots. Her current communal mirror to herself is the father of her daughter, her daughter Puma and the silence of nature. The path is yet another challenge, and just right.
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