Cover Girl: Lauren Hutton Goes Casual
Lauren Hutton made authenticity, audacity, and ease her fashion watchwords—and forged a new freedom for women. She's still at it.
"This hat reminds me of my daddy," Hutton says. "He was fighting in World War II when I was born, and I never met him, but it's a real GI hat—I found it in the '60s and have worn it ever since." (It so impressed Revlon's Charles Revson that he had it copied for the Charlie perfume ads.) She also likes the genuine safari shirt from venerable outfitter F.M. Allen ($148): "For years I got my safari clothes in Kenya, from a company where the local police bought their uniforms." Authenticity matters to Hutton, even in makeup: She's supplementing her original cosmetics line with a certified synthetic-free collection, beginning with September's launch of the All Natural Face Disc (11 products in one palette). Sweater, Gap, $70. Pin, available at The Family Jewels.